Guided Reading Strategies and Activities for Intermediate Grades
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The purpose of Guided Reading in the intermediate grades is to help create solid independent readers. Guided Reading is an approach where teachers work with alternating small groups of students who demonstrate similar reading behaviors and read similar levels of texts. Guided Reading is intended to teach strategies, not focus on completing a book. The goal is to develop reading strategies (do something with this text that they can apply to other texts). The intent is to help students read progressively more complex texts, initially with support and then on their own. Lessons feature a similar structure no matter the grade or level. We will review the lesson structure and strategies that students need to use during guided reading in the intermediate grades.
TTESS 1.1 Standards and Alignment
TTESS 1.4 Activities
TTESS 2.2 Content Knowledge and Expertise
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