Lesson Three: What are the 3 key components of a guided reading lesson?

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ETAP 623 Spring 2017 | Angela Esposito's Portfolio Page | Guided Reading Mini-Course

Learning Objective

Learners will analyze a guided reading lesson by discussing 3 key components of a guided reading lesson.

In this lesson, you will read an article based on tips for guided reading. Additionally, you will view a previously created guided reading lesson. Next, based on the lesson and the article, you will discuss 3 key components of guided reading lesson in the forum.

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Read/Analyze

Read the article linked below to better understand the steps to creating a guided reading lesson.

[Scholasitc Article- Tips on Implementing Guided Reading]

Read and analyze an example guided reading lesson I created. The lesson is Level E readers and focuses on the skill of sequencing events in a story. In order to create this lesson, I read through the book to pick out sight words (common words that cannot be sounded out) and tricky high-frequency words. Next, I went through the book to pick out the focus skill of sequencing.

[Example Guided Reading Lesson (Days 1, 2, and 3)]

Discuss

Discuss three key components to a guided reading lesson in the discussion post below. To create a thread, simply click on the post titled, Lesson Three: What are the 3 key components of guided reading lesson? Next, go to quick reply and insert your name in the space titled "Guest Name"

[Lesson 3 Discussion]

References

Taylor, S. (2011, November 25). Comments. Retrieved May 10, 2017, from https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/sharon-taylor/tips-implementing-guided-reading-lessons/