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Mrs.

HouserMarch 2-6,2015
GUIDED READING
PLANS

Group 1
Brice, Elizabeth, Tristian, Melanie, Daniel, Esteban

Group 2
Cyrell Christopher , KJ, Rakiyah, Michael, Dusty,
Luke, Henry

Monday- March
2

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 nonfiction 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 nonfiction texts

Utilize before, during and after comprehension


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

Identify character, setting and important


events

Anticipatory set:

Anticipatory set:

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

What is a slowpoke?
Do you know someone that is a slow poke? In our
story, Willie is a slowpoke. Lets see why his
friends call him a slowpoke.?

Instructional Process:
1.Students will read-Willie the Slow poke
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?

Closure: Students will tell one reason Willie is


called a slowpoke.

Resources:

TuesdayMarch 3
Criteria for
success for
Writing
Teacher
observation of
students while

books, markers, journal

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

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

Have you ever gone


fishing? What do you need? In our story, Father
bear has a problem Lets see what happens.

Instructional Process:
1.Students will read-Father Bear goes
Fishing 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?

Closure: Students will tell the characters,


setting, problem and solution of the story.

Resources:

books, markers, journal

Group3
Paul, Adrian, Alex, Dashawn, , Noah,
Alyvia ,
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 non-fiction
texts

Utilize before, during and after


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

Anticipatory set: Fat Cat and Little


Cat do not get along with each
other..Lets see what is causing the
problem..

Instructional Process:
1.

1.

2.

Students will read-Kitty Cat and Fat


Cat. Before reading we will take a
picture walk, make predictions to
access background knowledge
After reading, students will be compare
the hiding places in the story to their
own places.

Closure: Students will tell Little


Cat and Big Cat did not get along.

Resources:

books, markers papers,


items for introduction
1.5ab.c.d.1.6a.b.c.d.e.f.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8
a.b.c.d.e.1.9a

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.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8a.
b.c.d.e.1.9a

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

completing their
writing
assignment.
Students should
demonstrate
capitalization and
punctuation 3 out
of 3 times

Students will stay on topic

Students will stay on topiic

Anticipatory set: Teacher will write a

sentence on the board that needs capitalization


and punctuation. Students will discuss the
problems and how they can fix them.

sentence on the board that needs capitalization and


punctuation. Students will discuss the problems and
how they can fix them.

sentence on the board that needs capitalization


and punctuation. Students will discuss the
problems and how they can fix them.

Instructional Process:

Students will
be given sentences where they will need to be the
teacher and fix the mistakes in the sentences.
Students will circle the mistakes and then write
the sentence the correct way.

Instructional Process:

Students will
be given sentences where they will need to be the
teacher and fix the mistakes in the sentences.
Students will circle the mistakes and then write the
sentence the correct way.

Instructional Process:

Closure: Students will given a sentence to fix

Closure: Students will given a sentence to fix

Closure: Students will given a sentence to

and illustrate

and illustrate

fix and illustrate

sentences, markers,

journal,

Resources:

sentences, markers, journal,

Students
will be given sentences where they will need to
be the teacher and fix the mistakes in the
sentences. Students will circle the mistakes and
then write the sentence the correct way.

Resources:

sentences, markers,

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


a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g

journal,

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 nonfiction 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 nonfiction 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: Have you been to a

Anticipatory set: What does brave mean?

Anticipatory set: : What does brave

magic show? What happen? In our story


Matt is magic but it causes a problem Lets
read to find out the problem

Do you know someone that is brave? Have you


ever been brave? Lets see how Father Mouse
shows bravery.

mean? Do you know someone that is brave?


Have you ever been brave? Lets see how Tom
shows bravery.
1.Students will read-Tom is Brave Before

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


a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g

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

Students will stay on topic

Anticipatory set: Teacher will write a

Resources:

WednesdayMarch 4, 2015

Anticipatory set: Teacher will write a

. SOLs addressed 1.8 a


1.9a,b,c,d,e,f,h,1.12 a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g

contributing to
group discussion

Instructional Process:

Instructional Process:

1.Students will read-Magic Matt Before


reading we will take a picture walk, make
predictions to access background knowledge
2.After reading , students will tell the
characteristics of a mammal. We will
compare it to our list we made.

Closure: Students will why Matt was Magic


Resources: books, markers, journal
.
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

1.Students will read-Brave Father Mouse


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?

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?

Closure: Students will tell about their


favorite part of the story.

Closure: Students will tell how Father Bear

Resources:

showsbravery.

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.h.1.7a.b.c.d.e.f.1.8
a.b.c.d.e.1.9a

Resources:

books, markers, journal

.
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

books, markers, journal

Thursday
March 5

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.

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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: Teacher will review long o

Anticipatory set: Teacher will review

o / sshort o words for the week..

/ sshort o words for the week..

Instructional Process:

long o / sshort o words for the week..

Students will
be given words to sort. Students will write the
words and then write a sentence for each word.

Students will
be given words to sort. Students will write the
words and then write a sentence for each word.

Closure: Students will tell what makes the

Closure: Students will tell what makes the long

Students
will be given words to sort. Students will write
the words and then write a sentence for each
word.

long o say o ( Silent e)

o say o ( Silent e)

Resources:

Resources:

Instructional Process:

sentences, markers,

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


a,bc,1.13 b,d,e,f,g

Criteria for
success for
Writing
Teacher
observation of
students while

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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: Teacher will review long

journal,

Friday-March 6

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

sentences, 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

Instructional Process:

Closure: Students will tell what makes the


long o say o ( Silent e)

Resources:

sentences, 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

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

Objectives for Writing: SWBAT:


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

completing their
writing
assignment.
Students should
demonstrate
capitalization and
punctuation 3 out
of 3 times.

punctuation

Students will stay on topic

Students will stay on topic


Anticipatory set: As a class we will read Dr. sues
Books- Cat in the Hat
Instructional Process: Students will write a
sentence telling what happens in the beginning ,
middle, and end
Closure: Students will share their writing

punctuation

Students will stay on topic

Students will stay on topic


Anticipatory set: As a class we will read Dr. sues
Books- Cat in the Hat
Instructional Process: Students will write a
sentence telling what happens in the beginning ,
middle, and end
Closure: Students will share their writing

punctuation

Students will stay on topic

Students will stay on topic


Anticipatory set: As a class we will read Dr.
sues Books- Cat in the Hat
Instructional Process: Students will write a
sentence telling what happens in the beginning ,
middle, and end
Closure: Students will share their writing

Resources: books, markers, journal,

Resources: books, markers, journal,

Resources: books, markers, journal,

Resources:

Resources:

Resources:

books, markers, journal,

books, markers, journal,

books, markers, journal,

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


a,bc,1.13

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


a,bc,1.13

. SOLs addressed 1.8 a


1.9a,b,c,d,e,f,h,1.12 a,bc,1.13

Weekend homework:L Lesson 91


Practice March words
Practice books in folder

Weekend homework:L Lesson 91


Practice March words
Practice books in folder

Weekend homework:L Lesson 91


Practice March words
Practice books in folder