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25 June 2013
Once you have started guided reading rotations in your classroom the next thing to think about is what will everyone else do while you are reading with 1 group.The most important thing when selecting activities for your rotations is that the students can complete them independently! Take the time to teach and instruct your students on how to complete each activity before expecting them...
23 June 2013
So how do you make it all work you may be wondering? There is no way my class could work independently. Well believe us - yes they can! If your students aren't used to working in rotations, then you may like to start with just rotational activities (see our next post for the activity ideas), and then once they are in the routine of working in rotations you can introduce guided reading.The single...
8 June 2013
A long time between posts I know! My school has been going through the ERG process, and that coupled with impending reports has meant my brain has been elsewhere! Sorry! - In fact I just re-read that sentence and saw that I wrote my brian has been elsewhere... It's going to be one of those posts.This is the third instalment in our guided reading series. So far we have covered grouping and...

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