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Opitz, Michael F
Reaching readers : flexible & innovative strategies for guided reading / Michael F. Opitz and Michael P. Ford
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c2001
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center, Rm 265  CL 372.41 OPI    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Guided reading
Physical Description xvii, 174 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents 1: Roles and goals -- Just what is guided reading, anyhow? -- What are the different guided reading perspectives? -- What works with guided reading? -- How might we revisit and revise guided reading? -- So, what is our view of guided reading? -- 2: Assessment and grouping -- What role does assessment play in grouping decisions? -- How does purpose affect selection of guided reading experiences? -- What are some grouping options for guided reading? -- How do we assign children to groups? -- Shouldn't we have one group for each reader level? -- What is the best group size? -- How many groups should a class have at any one time? -- How long should groups be kept together? -- 3: Texts -- Why use a variety of texts? -- Which texts can be used for guided reading? How might they be used? -- How do we know which text to use at any give time? -- 4: Instruction -- How does guided reading play out in different classrooms? -- How di I remember what to include when planning for guided reading? -- 5: Organization and management -- How do learning centers help me organize and manage guided reading instruction? -- What needs to be considered for the effective use of learning centers? -- What are some good examples of literacy centers? -- Can any other organizational structures be used during guided reading? -- What will help me manage accountability, recordkeeping, and assessment when student are working independently? -- How can I reduce student interruptions when teaching groups or individuals? -- "Yeah ... but ... what about these questions?" -- Final reminders
Series CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center
Alternate Author Ford, Michael P

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