This guided reading unit focuses on the story element of asking and answering questions, schema and misconceptions, while reviewing character, setting, problem and solution for the book Mrs. Gorski, I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets Help teach your kids about Hearing Impairment and what makes us different is what makes us unique.
This guided reading set also focuses on being unique, what makes us special and special needs. This unit specifically focuses on ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.
This easy to implement book companion unit includes:
- Non-fiction reader on ADHD
- Writing prompts
- Graphic organizers
- Writing Paper
- Story element posters
- Anchor chart headers
- Focused worksheets to deepen understanding of the story elements
- Book talk questions
- Activity ideas for making connections
- Parent connect letter
- Lesson plans
- and more!
Check out these other Guided Reading with a Purpose Units...
► Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution
► I Just Want to Do it My Way Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution
► Lacey Walker Nonstop Talker Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution
► Personal Space Camp Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution
► The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution
► Ricky, The Rock that Couldn't Roll Guided Reading Focus Retell
► We Don't Eat Our Classmates Guided Reading Focus Retell
► Leonardo The Terrible Monster Guided Reading Focus Retell
► Enemy Pie Guided Reading Focus Retell
► All My Stripes and Understanding Autism Guided Reading Ask and Answer Questions
► I'm Not Just a Scribble & Understanding Down Syndrome Guided Reading
►Moses Goes to a Concert & Understanding Hearing Impairment Guided Reading
Back to School Guided Reading Bundles:
► Classroom Expectations Guided Reading with a Purpose
► Friendship Guided Reading Activities
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