Running Records

A Self-Tutoring Guide

Here is a practical guide for teachers learning how to take running records of children's oral reading. If you know how to take running records, you can sit down next to a child who is reading and with only a blank sheet of paper and a pen you can make a record of the child's reading strategies. These records can be used to show growth, reveal problems, and provide a place for instructional conversations with children or colleagues.

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Here is a practical guide for teachers learning how to take running records of children's oral reading. If you know how to take running records, you can sit down next to a child who is reading and with only a blank sheet of paper and a pen you can make a record of the child's reading strategies. These records can be used to show growth, reveal problems, and provide a place for instructional conversations with children or colleagues.

Invented by Marie M. Clay, running records are unques...read more

If you want to learn how to assess and interpret young children's oral reading, this book is your teacher. Johnston's writing is so refreshing and so explicit, you'll think he is by your side coaching you to success.
 

Susan Pasquarella

Roger Williams University

About the Author(s)

Peter Johnston's research explores relationships among classroom talk, engagement, and children’s social, emotional and literate development. Elected to the Reading Hall of Fame, he has received numerous awards for his research and writing.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Part I: Recording Oral Reading
Part II: Interpreting Oral Reading Records
Appendix A: Sheet for Running Record Analysis
Appendix B: Practice Running Records
References

 

Product Details

Grades: K, 1, 2
Media: 64 pp/paper/with 40-minute CD
Year: 1999
Item No: 0321
ISBN: 978-157110-321-5

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