HOW LUCKY AM I!?!?!? I have had the honor of teaching with the CREATORS/AUTHORS of the DRA and DRA2 in my very own building. (Yes, it was created right here in Central Ohio and by REAL teachers!)
So, with their influence, I have created lesson plan templates for teaching my guided reading groups. Of course, I added my own personal touches! I have revamped these documents over my many years of teaching and these are my most useful versions thus far!
There are 2 templates. The first is for those groups reading at DRA Levels 16 – 28 (Levels J – P). The second for a Guided Writing Student Response with four different writing prompts to choose from. On the first template I have included an area to list all the members of the reading group (which I have not found on other guided reading forms), a list of teaching points to choose from after reading in the areas of decoding strategies, fluency and phrasing, and comprehension strategies, an area for new words to teach, and an area for an explanation of guided writing prompts.
I also have...
Templates for Guided Reading Levels 1-14 (A – I)
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Thank you and have fun learning with your students!!!
I’ll leave you with a funny!!!
Part 2 of “You Might Be a Teacher if...”
(See Part 1 on my Guided Reading Levels 1-14 (A-I) in my TpT Store!! The link is above!)
You raise your two fingers in the air at a family function to get everyone’s attention.
“Teaching supplies” is a column on your budget.
You see a “teachable opportunity” in almost everything.
Your school supplies take over more than one room in your house.
Your lunches are portable so you can eat while running to the copy machine, check your school mailbox and check your email all in 20 minutes.
You can’t name your baby because every name reminds you of someone!
You see bad behavior out in public and you give them “the teacher look”!!!!