The Balanced Literacy Planning Form features all of the components of the balanced literacy framework. It is designed to help you purposefully plan, as well as ensure that each component supports each other. Please visit my blog to learn more!
With these documents, you will be able to record your notes for group conferences, partnership conferences, and individual conferences in reading and writing. Please visit my blog for more information! http://www.joyfulclassroom.com/?p=62
These labels can be put on the inside cover of a readers response journal or on a specific page in the journal. It can be a quick reference tool for students as they are responding to books read aloud or independently.
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The Mini-Lesson Planning Sheet follows Lucy Calkins' "architecture" of a mini-lesson. It will allow you to think through the components of a mini-lesson: connection, teaching point, active engagement, and link to ongoing work. Please visit my blog
This is a think sheet designed for readers workshop. It will fit in a composition notebook. It can be used mostly with non-fiction texts. Please visit my blog for more information! http://www.joyfulclassroom.com/?p=99
The Share Time Recording Sheet is a place to record the different methods of share time that you use and what was discussed. Our share times can be planned prior to the lesson or take shape as we observe the learning and confer with students. I like
The 3-2-1 Conference Record is a tool to use when conferring with readers or writers. You can confer with 3 students in a group, 2 students in a partnership, and 1 student individually. That's 6 students a day! Please visit my blog to learn more!
This form will help you keep track of which students you confer with. It will also help you stay accountable for how often you are meeting with each student. Please visit my blog for more information! http://www.joyfulclassroom.com/?p=62
This handwriting resource is designed to fit inside of most brands of K-2 primary journals. Each practice page can be glued into the story space in the notebook to allow for students to practice on the lines in the notebook. This resource can be