Reader's Workshop: 61 Lessons Bundle

Reader's Workshop: 61 Lessons Bundle
Reader's Workshop: 61 Lessons Bundle
Reader's Workshop: 61 Lessons Bundle
Reader's Workshop: 61 Lessons Bundle
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This bundle includes 61 reader's workshop lesson plans/scripts to use in the elementary classroom. Each lesson has the following elements:
- Personal Connection
- Teaching Strategy
- Active Engagement (turn and talk)
- Link to student reading
- silent reading
- conferring/small groups
- partner reading
- teacher share
- posters or other activities if applicable

This bundle also includes resources to use with your reader's workshop instruction (i.e. booklist).

See preview for two sample lessons with a visual chart.

These are the skills that are covered in the bundle:
- What good readers do
- Why do readers read
- Books are treasures (favorite part)
- All readers are different (addressing different levels)
- Favorite reading memory (environment ideal for reading)
- Talking partners (turn and talk strategy)
- Introduce Fabulous Four (read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, and write about reading)
- Reader’s workshop needs order (. (Quiet, no walking around, no interrupting, busy brains, everybody reading, working, etc)
- Building stamina (increase reading time)
- Too much noise (things that distract readers)
- Choosing a reading spot (ideal place for student to read in classroom)
- Caring for books (how to handle and treat books)
- What should readers do when they are finished reading?
- Sharing what you learned (introduce sharing circle)
- Readers build good habits (picture walk, predictions)
- Good readers re-read books they have already read
- Readers practice reading
- Readers grow stronger by writing about what they read
- Conferring (teacher’s vest)
- Using fingers to find a just right book
- Just right books (Goldilocks and the Three Bears)
- Readers choose just right books with purpose
- Readers Should not choose books that are too hard
- The library sorting system (how books are sorted in classroom library)
- Book shopping
- When should a reader shop for new books?
- Reading to someone (elbow to elbow knee to knee)
- Partner reading, choral reading,
- Check for understanding stick
- Be a reading coach
- Making decisions and dealing with conflicts (partner reading)
- Listen to reading (Fabulous 4)
- Fabulous 4 Station Rotation chart (read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, and write about reading)
- Readers have busy brains (stop and think)
- Reading Pizza (thin king about reading)
- Readers are metacognitive (fluency, prediction, questioning, inferring, summarize, analyze, synthesize, making connections, rereading, examining)
- Thinking about what you are thinking
- What does thinking look like?
- Reading fogs (stop, thin k, reread)
- Thinking about characters
- Setting reading goals
- Setting a reading plan
- Introduce FACE board (fluency, accuracy, comprehension, expanding)
- Readers get their minds ready to read
- Readers have schema (background knowledge)
- We all have different schema
- How to activate your schema
- How to grow your schema
- Schema changes
- Whose schema is “better”?
- Schema helps us as reader
- Harry’s Brain (connect, question, visualize, infer, transform)
- Text to self connections
- Tracking text to self connections with sticky notes
- Text to self connections—memories
- Web of connections
- Readers make meaningful connections
- Readers explain their connections
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