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Reader’s Workshop Membership-Reading Lessons, Reader’s Notebooks, & More

$54.50

Total Pages: 700+
File Size: 37.9 MB

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Reading workshop keeps your schedule and expectations consistent for your students. And with a consistent schedule and clear expectations, your reading workshop will be easy to plan and implement! This membership will provide you with everything that you need to plan, implement, and continue reading workshop throughout the year.

With your reading workshop membership, you will have everything that you need for reading workshop in your classroom. As the year goes on, I will continue to add materials to the membership and you will be able to download all updates at no extra cost…members only have this opportunity!!

Weeks 1-22 are currently included and will continue to be updated to include 36 weeks of materials…for the entire year!

Here's what is included in the membership so far:

Launching Reading Workshop

  • TEN detailed lesson plans to ease students into the routines and habits of reading workshop
  • A standards-based focus skill for each lesson
  • Suggested mentor text for mini-lessons
  • Anchor chart pieces for mini-lessons
  • Cover, tabs, and pages to set up student reader's notebooks
  • Student mini anchor charts
  • 20 Vocabulary activities that can be used for any word
  • Fluency activities
  • 20 Comprehension checks that can be used with any book
  • 32 pages of conferencing tools to create
  • Reading response pages and partner talk cards
  • Reflecting on reading pages and task cards
  • Labels
  • Binder covers, spines and dividers
  • Exit tickets that can be used for any text for reading behaviors, reading literature, and reading informational text
  • 3 versions of book recommendation pages and book recommendation bookmarks
  • Binder covers, dividers, and spines to stay organized
  • 25 pages to help you schedule and plan your reading workshop
  • And more!!!

Standards based skills currently included in the Reading Workshop membership:

  • Week 3: Visualizing includes 5 days of lessons for practicing visualizing, reading response pages, 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook and a short quiz, 6 extension activities, and a classroom kindness poster.
  • Week 4: Character lessons include 5 days of character traits, comparing characters, characterization, inferencing, and writing about characters; 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook and a short quiz, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 5: Making connections lessons include 5 days of types of connections, deepening connections, using schema, making multiple meaningful connections, and when to abandon a book; 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook and a short quiz, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 6: Making predictions includes 5 days of lessons for making predictions, using your inner voice, asking questions, and changing and confirming predictions; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 7: Inference lessons include 5 days of lessons on inferences, inferences using pictures and text, inferences vs. predictions, and using details from the text to support your inference; 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook, a short quiz, and also 6 extension activities.
  • Week 8: Setting lessons include 5 days of lessons on setting, writing about setting, comparing settings, determining setting; 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook, a short quiz, and also 6 extension activities.
  • Week 9: Plot lessons include 5 days of lessons on elements of plot, problem and solution, plot vs. theme, plot twist, and story mapping; 4 vocabulary activities including a vocabulary flipbook, a short quiz, and also 6 extension activities.
  • Week 10: point of view lessons include 5 days of lessons for point of view, determining point of view, narrator's influence, compare and contrast point of view, and your own point of view; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 11: theme lessons include 5 days of lessons for theme, theme vs. main idea, characters determining the theme, summarizing to determine theme, and connecting to the theme; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 12: main idea lessons include 5 days of lessons for main idea, before reading main idea, summarizing for the main idea, retelling vs. summarizing, using supporting details, determining the main idea; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 7 extension activities.
  • Week 13: context clues lessons include 5 days of lessons for context clues, types of context clues, context clue strategies, and practice; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 14: point of view nonfiction lessons include 5 days of lessons for point of view, first and secondhand account, how multiple accounts affect the info and events and your own opinion; 4 vocabulary activities with a flipbook and a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Weeks 15-16: nonfiction text features include 10 days of lessons for text features, title page, table of contents, index, glossary, photographs, illustrations, captions, diagrams, charts, heading, subheading, sidebar, hyperlinks, keywords, bullets, choosing the right nonfiction text, using text features, and literature vs. informational text; 8 vocabulary words in two flipbooks to use over the two weeks with vocab checks, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 17: comparing stories within the same genre includes 5 days of lessons for analyzing two stories, mood, comparing setting, comparing characters, comparing themes; 4 vocabulary words in a flipbook with a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 18: making connections between visual & oral presentations includes 5 days of lessons for visual and multimedia elements, what is tone?, compare and contrast oral and visual presentations, visual vs. oral details, the beauty of text; 4 vocabulary words in a flipbook with a vocab check, and 6 extension activities.
  • Week 19: question and answer relationships, questioning before, during, and after reading; using details and examples to infer meaning, using clues from the text to support inferences, ask questions to show understanding.
  • Week 20: answering questions with details from the text, using details to infer meaning, drawing conclusions based on the text, explicit and inferential questions and answers, quoting from the text.
  • Weeks 21-22: nonfiction text structure lessons include 10 days of lessons with identifying text structures, chronological order, comparison, cause and effect, problem and solution, descriptive, comparing two text structures, identifying language specific to text structures, identify the purpose of text structures, using visuals to organize details.

Coming soon:

  • Fairy tales, folktales, myths
  • Visual elements of literature
  • Drama
  • Poetry and prose
  • Main idea (nonfiction)
  • Figurative Language
  • Author study (books by the same author)
  • Author study (books by different authors)
  • Integrating knowledge & ideas in nonfiction
  • Author's purpose (nonfiction)
  • Review of concepts
  • Putting it all together-the last 2 weeks of reading workshop

*The resources in this bundle are continually updated and it is offered at a discounted price until all weeks are included. Please note that 36 weeks are not included at this time, and the price will increase as skills are added.*

If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected].

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