Teaching Reading invoves so much. Reading Goals are an important piece of this very complicated puzzle. It isn't enough to ask student to make a goal of how many books they would like to read in a particular time period. Student need to make goals for all aspects of reading.
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Here are the area in which goals should be made:
⭐ Book Choice - Students goals should be to choose books that help them grow as readers. In this resource you are given the tools to help them do that. 12 Slide Presentation ~ How Do I Choose a Just Right Book? You must also give student the flexiblilty to choose books that aren't right for them. We as educators want student to have a love of literacy and learning.
⭐Stamina - Students should able to read longer and stronger as the year progresses. You wil get personal and class stamina charts.
⭐Genre - Choosing the Genre in which they read is also important. Having a balance of Fiction and Nonfiction books in their book bags helps student learn the difference between them as well as the different element they contain. One Fiction and One Nonfiction Poster to discuss that fall into each group.
⭐Decoding - Being able to Decode unknow words is benefitial to all readers. Being able to recognize that this is a problem for you as a reader could really help in reading growth. In this resource you'll get 6 posters with strategies for decoding unknown words. (Skippy Frog, Lips the Fish, Flippy Dolphin, Stretchy Snake, Chunky Monkey, Eagle Eye and Tryin' Lion
⭐Fluency - Making a Fluency Goal means you understand what Fluency is. You'll get 5 posters that can remind your students to read smoothly an the appropriate rate with expression as if they are talking.( Rate, Accuracy & Expression) Teachers, you'll get a Running Record sheet with a fluency scoring key. This sheet has 100 boxes to easily get the percentage for accuracy. Can be used for Conferring or Guided Reading.
⭐Comprehension - If students can retell it, they understand it. You'll get a Fiction 5 Finger Retell Poster and a Nonfiction 5 Finger Facts Poster. Plus a black and white sheet for their reading notebook to help them remember.
✅Reading Goals Flip Book - Each section of the Flip Book is one Lesson. After the lesson, your students should understand the skill and be able to make a great goal for themselves. The last page of the flip book is a reading log. Subsequent Reading logs can be placed in their reading notebook. (glued in a spiral or hole punched for a folder.) In the reading log, they can make a goal for how many books they want to read in a specific time period.
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