What Your Other Kids Do During Guided-Reading Groups
This book shows you how to build students' skills through independent work, foster creativity with imaginative activities, integrate reading and writing in all content reas, and reach all students with a variety of learning modalities. Listed resources, such as educational Web sites, are included along with reproducibles to minimize preparation and planning time.
How do you work one-on-one with a student while the rest of the class learns independently? How do you make guided reading possible while keeping the rest of the class "on-task"? How do you provide your students with continuing practice in basic skills to reach each student? How do you integrate the content areas in a way that is fun for your students? Simple: You implement Literacy Centers.
This comprehensive resource features 19 centers designed for intermediate students and their teachers. These classroom-tested, teacher-approved centers are simple to design, easy to set up, and endlessly adaptable. This book also provides suggestions for center management and assessment, center activities from a variety of learning modalities, lists of helpful resources-such as a list of safe, fun, and educational Web sites for your Computer Center- and reproducibles to minimize preparation and planning time. Implement Literacy Centers today and let the fun and learning begin!