Reading Workshop

 

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Grades K-2 Grade 3 Grades 4-5
What is RW? (K-2) What is RW? (3) What is RW? (4-5)
Good readers use anchor charts. Good readers use anchor charts. Good readers use anchor charts.
We are all readers! We are all readers! We are all readers!
What kind of reader are you? (K-2) What kind of reader are you? (3) What kind of reader are you? (4-5)
Good readers listen to one another. Good readers listen to one another. Good readers listen to one another.
Good readers turn and talk. (K-2) Good readers turn and talk. (3) Good readers turn and talk. (4-5)
Getting to know the class library (K-2) Getting to know the class library (3) Getting to know the class library (4-5)
Good readers take care of books. (K-2) Good readers take care of books. (3) Good readers take care of books. (4-5)
What is a book bag? What is a book bag? What is a book bag?
Good readers respect one another. (K-2) Good readers respect one another. (3) Good readers respect one another. (4-5)
Good readers balance their reading diets. (K-3) Good readers balance their reading diets. (K-3) Good readers balance their reading diets. (4-5)
Good readers build stamina. (K-3) Good readers build stamina. (K-3) Good readers build stamina. (4-5)
How do readers choose a good spot? (K-3) How do readers choose a good spot? (K-3) How do readers choose a good spot? (4-5)
Good readers choose just-right books. (K-3) Good readers choose just-right books. (K-3) Good readers choose just-right books. (4-5)
Reasons to leave an IR spot. (K-3) Reasons to leave an IR spot. (K-3) Reasons to leave an IR spot. (4-5)
Good readers respond to reading. (K-3) Good readers respond to reading. (K-3) Good readers respond to reading. (4-5)
Good readers keep a record of reading. (K-3) Good readers keep a record of reading. (K-3) Good readers keep a record of reading. (4-5)
Good readers track their thinking. (K-3) Good readers track their thinking. (K-3) Good readers track their thinking. (4-5)
Good readers maintain interest. (K-3) Good readers maintain interest. (K-3) Good readers maintain interest. (4-5)
Good readers preview books. (K-3) Good readers preview books. (K-3) Good readers preview books. (4-5)
Good readers swap books. (K-3) Good readers swap books. (K-3) Good readers swap books. (4-5)
Good readers talk about books. (K-3) Good readers talk about books. (K-3) Good readers talk about books. (4-5)
Sometimes readers abandon books. (K-3) Sometimes readers abandon books. (K-3) Sometimes readers abandon books. (4-5)
What is a book pass? What is a book pass? What is a book pass?

 

Credit to:  www.wrsd.net/literacy/launch.cfm for the above table of comprehensive information! This is the Wachusett Regional School District in Massachusetts.
 
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