Guided Reading Groups
Angela Kirk Gerber
Questions for Critical Literacy Worksheets
Questions for Critical Literacy: Some types of questions promote critical literacy more than other types of questions. Questions to stimulate thinking are often higher level types of questions. This list of questions can be used for comprehension and general use. Keep as Reference.
Literature Circles Made Easy - New Resources
Corkboard Connections: Literature Circles Made Easy - New Resources Read about new resources for Literature Circles on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website including a huge collection of new book recommendations categorized by genre!
5th Grade Reading Discussion Activity and Task Cards with CCSS Questions
Talking Sticks Book Discussion - 5th Grade. Talking Sticks is a strategy that encourages all students to participate equally in a discussion. It can be used after a read aloud, as a part of Literature Circles, during small group literacy instruction or in a whole group. Discussion questions aligned with Informational Text, Literature, Speaking, and Listening CCSS. Preview the entire ebook before you buy. ($)
Time for Guided Reading Now What Do I Do
If the thought of guided reading makes you pull your hair out, or even if you are a guided reading guru who's looking for more materials, this 159 page packet has everything you need! For teachers unsure of where to begin, or who have seen the whole guided reading process go strangely wrong, the instructions in this packet help to lead you back to success.