KinderGals: Reader’s Workshop—Reading With Buddies

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Reader’s Workshop—Reading With Buddies

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7 comments:

Sue said...

thanks for sharing....this is an area i really need to improve in my classroom. I have great readers but they all want to read to me.
:) Sue
theverybusykindergarten

Busy Bees said...

We have been working on this hard and the kiddos are just starting to grasp the concept. I LOVE your posters!! I am going to have to try those soon. Kids definitely learn from modeling!!
Robynn
BusyBees

Deedee Wills said...

Awesome! Love your anchor charts. They remind me to revisit our buddy reading!
Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

Michelle Perry said...

Great seminar today!

Kim and Megan said...

thanks Michelle! I had fun being there! Hope you got some ideas that you can use with your kiddos!

Patrick Hall said...

The anchor charts for buddy reading are a great idea that I intend to use in my classroom as well. I have found that anchor charts are a great tool that allows students a reminder of what they should be doing during this workshop time. Shared reading is something that most of my students do on their own, however many of them do not understand how to get the most out of this time. Explicitly teaching what shared reading should look like is very helpful for many students who are unsure of what they should be doing with their partners.

Patrick Hall said...

I agree with Robynn that modeling is incredibly important. Many students do not know what to do, every when it comes to the simplest things, until you show them what you expect. Especially in Kindergarten, we model everything from how to hold a book to how to talk to your classmates.

 
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