4 edition of Guided Reading Program found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 31, 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. During reading the teacher can• Title I, Supplemental Educational Services SES Available Soon• Examples of evidence relating to the guided reading practice might be:• ask students to create a bilingual version of the text to share with their family or younger students in the school• After reading the student can• This indispensable literacy tool identifies the behaviors that demonstrate thinking and understanding within, beyond, and about a text.
Inferring meaning In this video, the teacher uses the practice of guided reading to support a small group of students to read independently. use relevant artefacts or pictures to elicit language and knowledge from the students and encourage prediction and connections with similar texts.
21st Century Community Learning Centers Available Soon• highlighting the language structures or features of a text• At all levels, Guided Reading Program read orally with fluency and phrasing.
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You and your student revisit the text to demonstrate and use a range of comprehension strategies.
You provide introductions to the text that support students' later attempts at problem solving.