The Scarborough Reading Rope and Word Recognition in the ...
The Scarborough Reading Rope and Guided Reading Amie Snow Ibraham Elementary Forsyth County Reading Association October 19, 2017 The Simple View of
Reading Gough & Tumner, Creating the Rope How do we ensure our instruction supports this model? Word Recognition in the Early Grades
Phonemic Awareness Activities Exposure to LOTS of Patterned Text Instructional Level Word Study Phonemic Awareness Activities Activities that focus on sound awareness should happen daily in kinder, 1st grade and even into 2nd and 3rd grade. A solid understanding on how sounds work to
develop words to develop sentences is CRUCIAL for students to be able to see the connection between sound and print. These activities arent just fillers for downtime in the classroom they should be activities chosen and used with purpose. Phonemic Awareness Activities These activities should progress from:
Listening activities Rhyming activities Word and Sentence Awareness Syllable Awareness Initial and Final Sound Awareness Phonemic Awareness Mapping Sounds to Letters and Spellings Exposure to Patterned Text
Beginning Reader Lesson Plan Rereading leveled books based on students instructional levels to: build a solid sight word vocabulary begin to understand sentence structure continue understanding concept of word. Beginning readers must have multiple opportunities EVERY single day in simple text at their instructional
level. Instructional Level Word Study Qualitative Spelling Inventory Beginning in mid to late kindergarten, a spelling inventory can offer insight into a students word study needs. http:// readingandwritingproject.com/public/themes/rwproject/resour ces/assessments/spelling/spelling_primary.pdf
The spelling inventory guides instruction so students are taught word study in an organized, developmentally appropriate way. Word sorts that match a students instructional need will help them learn and develop their own knowledge of how words work. Putting It All Together
Reading Workshop for Kindergarten 5th grade is crucial for developing competent readers. Kindergarten Workshop Components Rereading 2 books on the students instructional levels Phonemic Awareness Activity quick activity based on students needs Word Study depending on the students instructional levels Introduce a new book that will be reread the next day
Putting It All Together 1st grade Workshop Components Rereading of 3 books on students instructional level Phonemic Awareness/Word Study on students instructional levels Introduce a new book to be reread the next day Model/Shared Writing
Beginning Reader: Guided Reading Guided Reading: Rereading of 3 books at the students instructional level. ON THE 1st DAY OF WORKSHOP: Each book will need to be introduced to the students. To introduce the book, try the following: Quick picture walk Echo reading as a group
This should take 15 minutes. Beginning Reader: Guided Reading ON the NEXT Day of Workshop and from now on . . . Echo read a book. Then have students partner read while you listen to them read aloud. Move to the next book and echo read, then partner read. Continue with the 3rd book.
ASK BASIC retell questions: What happened in the beginning? What happened in the middle? What happened at the end? Putting It All Together Late-1st grade 2nd grade Workshop Components Guided Reading in instructional level texts with more sophisticated attention to comprehension
Word Study based on the Qualitative Spelling Inventory Fluency Work (if needed) Writing around text Directed Reading and Thinking Activity A DRTA requires active, creative decision-making from both student and teacher as they read a story together.
A DRTA fosters reading comprehension as a process that a reader goes through each time he or she reads a text. A DRTA teaches a student to make logical hypotheses about a text based on the evidence in a story. PLANNING A DRTA: STEP ONE Read the story through from beginning to end. A DRTA must be carefully planned.
PLANNING A DRTA: STEP TWO Go back through the story and choose appropriate stopping points. The number of stopping points will vary, depending on length of story, ability of child, density of ideas, and other factors. Choose the stopping points by reflecting on the following questions. At what point in the story am I able to anticipate an important
upcoming event? Why am I able to do so? What information have I read that is triggering the anticipation? PLANNING A DRTA: STEP THREE Plan questions to be asked at the stopping points. Include comprehension questions. To check the childs understanding of important events in story. You may ask child to retell what happened in the section just
read. Include a prediction question. What do you think will happen next? Why do you predict that? Do you want to keep or change the prediction you made earlier?
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