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Activating Strategic Action in Guided Reading
$75.00 USD

About the webcast
Designed for K-2 teachers. What do your students do at difficulty during guided reading instruction? Using student work samples and videos, learn to teach children to take strategic action while maintaining meaning.
  • What should I be teaching when? Why?
  • What warning signs should I be alert to?
  • How do I intervene so that children will be strategic?
  • How can I get students to take action instead of waiting for me to tell them what to do?
What do your students do at difficulty during guided reading instruction? Using student work samples and videos, learn to teach children to take strategic action while maintaining meaning. Leslie will address these topics and questions:

Investigate text demands from kindergarten to early second grade.
  • What should I be teaching when? Why?
  • Identify signs of processing problems at different points in time.
  • What warning signs should I be alert to?
  • Intervene to prevent processing problems.
  • How do I intervene so that children will be strategic?
  • Empower children to be problem solvers.
  • How can I get students to take action instead of waiting for me to tell them what to do?
About the presenter
Leslie McBane has been a Reading Recovery teacher leader since 2001, currently with the South-Western Dublin Reading Recovery Site in Columbus, OH, and previously in northeast Ohio. Prior to this, Leslie was a Reading Recovery teacher and a literacy coordinator with Literacy Collaborative®. Her earlier experiences as a kindergarten teacher awakened and deepened her love of teaching children to read. She continues to be inspired by the children and teachers she encounters.

Length of session
Approximately 90 minutes
 

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