Guided Reading Basics

Organizing, Managing, and Implementing a Balanced Literacy Program in K-3

In this practical resource, Lori Rog provides a model for guided reading that can help teachers meet the varied needs of their K–3 students.

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Lori Rog provides a model for guided reading that can help teachers meet the varied needs of their K–3 students. The keys to her guided reading model are:

  • working with small, flexible groups of students with similar instructional needs;
  • using texts that are carefully chosen to provide the right balance of support and challenge; and
  • providing instructional support through scaffolding to build reading strategies and develop the habits of independent, lifelong reade...read more

About the Author(s)

Lori Jamison Rog is a teacher, author, and literacy consultant. She is one of the few Canadians to have served on the Board of Directors of the International Literacy Association.

Table of Contents

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Introduction
1. Guided Reading in the Balanced Literacy Program
2. Establishing Independent Learning Routines
3. Choosing Materials for Guided Reading
4. Assessing Students and Creating Groups
5. Principles of Guided Reading Instruction
6. Guided Reading for Emergent Readers
7. Guided Reading for Early Readers
8. Guided Reading for Developing Readers
9. Guided Reading for Fluent Readers
10. Phonics Instruction
11. Vocabulary and High-Frequency Word Study
12. Comprehension Strategies
13. Retelling and Responding to Texts
14. Using Non-Fiction
Conclusion
Resources
Index

Product Details

Grade Range: K-3
Media: 128 pp/paper
Year: 2002
Item No: 0383
ISBN: 978-157110-383-3

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