Reading Workshop Grid: RW thoughts and responses.  For notebook? …

This reading workshop grid is an organized layout and guide for students to use that tie in the mini-lessons within their reading. The teacher can also use this grid to present students with the topics they will address during the whole group lesson.

Awesome Reading Workshop board!

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Shows ways to use my Reading Focus Wall banners. This one is set up different form mine. I prefer more colors to draw students eyes to the board.

Pinterest Reading, love this idea to help make "notes" when reading. Implement in our group Lit book reading. Then have them do with their individual reading later

I like this chart with ways to get the students thinking throughout their reading and getting them to refer to the text. Teach reading comprehension with Post-it Notes: love this anchor chart would add check mark for something they agree with

Reading in the Wild: Creating a Workshop Schedule That Works for You {Chapter 1}

Reading in the Wild: Creating a Workshop Schedule That Works for You {Chapter 1}

Third Grade Bookworm: Reading in the Wild: Creating a Workshop Schedule That Works for You {Chapter

Can just be a " reading contract" - shows expectations for reading time .

"Our Readers Workshop Contract" (anchor chart.) This site also has lots of sample anchor charts for reading and writing. I like this idea for Writer's Workshop too!

Reflecting on Reader's Workshop: Implementing Procedures: Anchor Charts

Reader's Workshop

Reflecting on Reader's Workshop: Implementing Procedures: Anchor Charts Looks Like, Sounds Like, and Feels Like

Sticky Note Bookmarks {great for close reading}

Sticky Note Bookmarks

Reading - Mrs. Whalen's Classroom

Great sentence-stems chart for responding to reading. Perfect for Read to Self or Reading Response Journals

Minilessons are actually really easy to plan, and fun to teach. What? You don't believe me? Let me show you, right now, how to do it. | Two Writing Teachers

How to Plan a Minilesson from Scratch

This is the language classroom teachers use with the Readers Workshop minilessons. It would be great to use the same language when teaching lessons in library!

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