Guided Reading

Guided reading gives teachers the opportunity to observe students as they read from texts at their instructional reading levels. The text offers challenges and opportunities for problem solving, but is easy enough for students to read with some fluency. We choose selections that help students expand their strategies. Some of the traits of these groups may include:

  • Working with small groups
  • Matching student reading ability to text levels
  • Giving everyone in the group the same text
  • Introducing the text
  • Listening to individuals read
  • Prompting students to integrate their reading processes
  • Engaging students in conversations about the text

20170912_123610 20170912_123621 20170912_123629 20170912_123648 20170912_123651 IMG_5634 (1)

IMG_5731IMG_5733

IMG_5732IMG_5734 (1)