This is an editable guide for homogenous reading groups in a Daily 5 90 minute block. The first 20 minutes would be a mini lesson (see my PowerPoints for examples), then 60 minutes of Daily 5, then 10 minute closure. Groups are leveled in order,
Free PowerPoint to help students learn about citing and drawing inferences ( RL.1 ). This is intended to be a mini lesson to be used for daily 5, however you can use it however you see fit. Use the 'view PowerPoint' option, and make sure to review
This is a PowerPoint presentation designed to help students be engaged in learning about theme. It is designed to be used as a mini lesson for Daily 5, however you can use it however you like. Due to your computer's settings and PowerPoint version,
Students will distinguish between different points of view, and the main message the another is trying to get across. In this presentation, I have students work with books in my classroom. You may need to change these slides to make it work for you.
Hold students accountable for their Daily 5 stations with this response guide. Reader response questions should be different each week, and created by the teacher to go along with the standard being worked on. For example, RL.1 could have questions