I have had several e-mails about my Guided reading Teachers Notebook and if I had anything for higher level readers. My original document only went up to level M mainly because as a first grade teacher, I rarely have kids who are on levels higher than that. But I had a few minutes today (while on the plane - finally getting away for a couple of days!) to work on the rest of the text levels. In this packet you will find descriptors of things you will see at each level, a place for teacher notes, and some teaching points for each level. I also included a chart comparing all the most common reading leveling series as well as descriptors for some of the early text levels. I hope you will find this helpful as you work with your young readers.
In an earlier post I talked about printing off the unit for each kiddo, keeping them in a notebook, and documenting observations for each kiddo. A great way to keep organized!!
Have a great weekend!! Finally, a beach day for me!! Yippee!!
THANKS FOR SHARING!!! Beach day-enjoy the Vitamin D :)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas & materials you graciously share. They are all terrific!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing! These are great and so helpful.ReplyDelete
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Thank you very much for ALWAYS being so generous with your ideas!ReplyDelete
I hope that you had a wonderful beach day!!! YOU DESERVE IT!
This is amazing and so helpful. Thank you very much for sharing this resource. It will help me tremendously as I teach reading for Kinders and first graders!ReplyDelete
Have fun on your trip!
This is the first time I've ever left a comment. Your generosity has compelled me to do so! I teach a high school Essential Academics class and this resource you've shared will be a great help in collecting data!ReplyDelete
Wow thanks for sharing this for FREE! You are very generous!!ReplyDelete
Can I say wow....for everything on your blog. What a resource and your enthusiasm makes me smile! Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
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Brigid's Daily Lesson Log
Thanks for the resource! Good info.!ReplyDelete
This is going to be an amazing addition to my Guided Reading program! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Stories from Room 114
Just tried to save this unit and it is not working....please help!!!ReplyDelete
Bobbie, Click on the link. (Where it says "click here") It will link you to google docs. Click on file, download. Then save to your computer. If you still can't get it, send me your e-mail and I will send it to you!! Let me know!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this. It is such agreat resource!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the resource! Your sharing helps me so much!ReplyDelete
what a great resource! thank you for sharing! I am a new followerReplyDelete
As a trained middle school math teacher making the transition to elementary school, this notebook is a LIFESAVER! Thank you for sharing! My school district has switched to leveling by Lexile to align with CCSS...could you add a column to your compatability chart to reflect Lexile levels, too?ReplyDelete
Hi, I'm not able to pin your article.Could u help?ReplyDelete
Are you not able to pin or to download? If you send me your e-mail, I can send the document to you. My e-mail is down below.
I am a teacher who is getting back into the classroom after many years. I found your blog a few weeks ago and I need to thank you for the MANY resources that you have shared here. Your teaching ideas, your creativity and your enthusiasm have helped me to feel less overwhelmed and more excited about this next year. I will be using guided reading and this resource has pointed me in the right direction. Thanks for being so generous!ReplyDelete