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Monday- Jan.19

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Tuesday- Jan. 20

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January21-23,2015
GUIDED READING PLANS

Wednesday- Jan.21

Criteria for success for


Guided Reading: Teacher
observations of students
while reading/discussion
should demonstrate the
following behaviors:
tracking when reading,
reading expressively,
heeding punctuation, self
monitoring, self correcting,
attentive listening and
contributing to group
discussion

Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using


strategies taught

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of nonfiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self,
main idea)

Anticipatory set: Discuss the


importance of reading.Why do we
need to read.

Instructional Process:
1.

2.

Students will read-Look I Can


Read
Before reading we will take a picture
walk, make predictions to access
background knowledge
After reading, students will be compare
our list to that of the story.

Closure: Students will write what they


like to do in the snow.

Resources:

books, markers papers,


items for introduction

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Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using strategies


taught

Be able to answer who, what when,


where and why questions

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of fiction and
non-fiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self, main
idea)

Identify character, setting and important


events

Anticipatory set: Have you ever made a


snowman before? What do you need to make a
snowman? How do you make a snowman?
Students will discuss the sequence of a snowman.

Instructional Process:
1.Students will read-Winter Is Here
Before reading we will take a picture walk,
make predictions to access background
knowledge
2.After reading , students will retell the story.
Identify sequence of events in the story. What
happened in the beginning, the middle and
the end of the story?
3. We will also discuss adjectiveswe will
track through the story to find the describing
words in the story.

Closure: Students will tell one thing that a


snowman needs. They will also tell one describing
word.

Resources:

books, markers, journal

Homework: Answer questions about the story in


complete sentences. Students may illustrate their

Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using


strategies taught

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of nonfiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self, main
idea)

Anticipatory set: Have you very


gone on a tolley ride? What is a
tolley ride?

Instructional

Process:
1.Students will read-The Tolley Ride
Before reading we will take a picture
walk, make predictions to access
background knowledge
2.After reading, students will be discuss their
own experience of getting a haircut with the
little boy in the story

Closure: Students will tell the characters


setting, problem, and solution in the story

Resources:

books, markers papers,


items for introduction
Homework: Answer questions about the story
in complete sentences. Students may illustrate
their answers.
1.5a.b.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8
a.b.c.d.e.1.10 a,b,d,e

answers.
1.5a.b.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8a.
b.c.d.e.1.9a

Thursday- Jan.22

Criteria for success for


Guided Reading: Teacher
observations of students
while reading/discussion
should demonstrate the
following behaviors:
tracking when reading,
reading expressively,
heeding punctuation, self
monitoring, self correcting,
attentive listening and
contributing to group
discussion.

Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using


strategies taught

Be able to answer who, what when,


where and why questions

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of fiction
and non-fiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self,
main idea)

Identify character, setting and


important events

Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using strategies


taught

Be able to answer who, what when,


where and why questions

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of fiction and
non-fiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self, main
idea)

Identify character, setting and important


events

Anticipatory set: When would we

Anticipatory set: When would we use

Anticipatory set: When would we

use a mitten? Have you read a story like


this before? What does it remind you of?

a mitten? Have you read a story like this


before? What does it remind you of?

use a mitten? Have you read a story like


this before? What does it remind you of?

Instructional Process:

Instructional Process:

Instructional Process:

1.Students will read-The Mitten


-Before reading we will take a picture
walk, make predictions to access
background knowledge
2.After reading, students will make a
list of the animals found in the
mitten. We will sequence the order
they appeared in the story

1.Students will read-The Mitten


-Before reading we will take a picture
walk, make predictions to access
background knowledge
2.After reading, students will make a list
of the animals found in the mitten. We
will sequence the order they appeared in
the story

Closure: Students will write what


Resources:

books, markers

1.5a.b.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1
.8a.b.c.d.e.1.9a

happened last in the story-

Closure: Students will write what happened


last in the story-

Resources:
Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:

1.Students will read-The Mitten


-Before reading we will take a picture
walk, make predictions to access
background knowledge
2.After reading, students will make a
list of the animals found in the mitten.
We will sequence the order they
appeared in the story

Closure: Students will write what

happened last in the story-

Friday-Jan.23

Objectives for Guided Reading: SWBAT:

Read with fluency, accuracy and


expression

Decode unfamiliar words using


strategies taught

Be able to answer who, what when,


where and why questions

Read and be able to demonstrate


comprehension of a variety of fiction
and non-fiction texts

Utilize before, during and after


comprehension strategies (preview,
predict, questioning, text to self, main
idea)

Identify character, setting and


important events

books, markers

1.5a.b.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8a.
b.c.d.e.1.9a
Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:

Resources:

books, markers

1.5a.b.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.
8a.b.c.d.e.1.9a

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:

Criteria for success for


Writing
Teacher observation of
students while
completing their writing
assignment. Students
should demonstrate
capitalization and
punctuation 3 out of 3
times.

Help create a web to help with


writing
spell monthly spelling words correctly
in writing
Successfully write 2 sentences on the
given topic
Sentences will have capitalization
and punctuation
Students will stay on topic

Anticipatory set: Students will reread


The Mitten. As a class we will read The Mitten
By Jan Brett

Instructional Process:
Students will compare and contrast the two
stories Students will sequence the animals
from The Mitten Jan Brett in order. They will
cut and paste them into the mitten. Students
will also make a Venn diagram of the two
books to compare the animals.

Closure: Students will name an animal


from each story.

Resources:

books, markers, journal,

. SOLs addressed 1.8 a


1.9a,b,c,d,e,f,h,1.12 a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g
Homework: SRA paper 77
The Mitten- Quiz
Read The Mitten at home- take
comprehension quiz at home.

January words word search

Help create a web to help with writing


spell monthly spelling words correctly in
writing
Successfully write 2 sentences on the
given topic
Sentences will have capitalization and
punctuation
Students will stay on topic

Help create a web to help with writing


spell monthly spelling words correctly
in writing
Successfully write 2 sentences on the
given topic
Sentences will have capitalization and
punctuation
Students will stay on topic

Anticipatory set: Students will reread The

Anticipatory set: Students will reread

Mitten. As a class we will read The Mitten By Jan


Brett

The Mitten. As a class we will read The Mitten


By Jan Brett

Instructional Process:

Instructional Process:

Students will compare and contrast the two stories


. Students will sequence the animals from The
Mitten Jan Brett in order. They will cut and paste
them into the mitten. Students will also make a
Venn diagram of the two books to compare the
animals.

Students will compare and contrast the two


stories ..Students will sequence the animals
from The Mitten Jan Brett in order. They will
cut and paste them into the mitten. Students
will also make a Venn diagram of the two books
to compare the animals.

Closure: Students will name an animal from

Closure: Students will name an animal

each story.

from each story.

Resources:

books, markers, journal,

. SOLs addressed 1.8 a 1.9a,b,c,d,e,f,h,1.12


a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g
Homework: SRA paper 71
The Mitten- Quiz
Read The Mitten at home- take comprehension
quiz at home.

January words word search

Resources:

books, markers, journal,

. SOLs addressed 1.8 a


1.9a,b,c,d,e,f,h,1.12 a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g
Homework: SRA paper 71
The Mitten- Quiz
Read The Mitten at home- take comprehension
quiz at home.

January words word search