Included in the Shared Reading Planning Tools are 5 planning pages for Shared Reading. Each planning page provides specific focus points depending on the genre or type of text. Also provided are suggested steps to each day’s Shared Reading lesson giving you more time to plan effectively organized Shared Reading experiences for your students. Included are Shared Reading planning tools for:
Reader’s Theater Scripts
Visual, Print & Digital Media
The Component of Shared Reading
Shared Reading is a weekly structure that fits within the Balanced Literacy model. Outside of Reading Workshop, Shared Reading is a structure in which students can revisit the five essential reading skills each week: previewing the text and having expectations, locating oneself in the text, envisioning, inferring, synthesizing. Teacher and students work together during Shared Reading to cocreate meaning within a text. Shared Reading is a place in the day in which the teacher can frontload Readers’ Workshop. While revisiting the text each day for 10-15 minutes, students can practice the essential reading skills, as well as, reinforce fluency, expression and word attack strategies.
Shared Reading offers the opportunity to intentionally provide regular and consistent experiences with different genres and types of text. Creating a Shared Reading rotation will ensure that the teacher keeps students exposed to a variety of reading experiences even when the reading unit of study is focused on a certain type of text(s).
Shared Reading in the Literacy Schedule
For possible Literacy Block schedules that incorporate Shared Reading, please visit this free product on TPT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Literacy-Block-Schedules-with-Social-Studies-Integration-2613302
And this blog entry on LiteracyTreasures.com
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