Readers Workshop Unit 3 Gr 1 Lesson Plan Bundle Readers Have Big Jobs to Do

Readers Workshop  Unit 3 Gr 1 Lesson Plan Bundle Readers Have Big Jobs to DoReaders Workshop  Unit 3 Gr 1 Lesson Plan Bundle Readers Have Big Jobs to DoReaders Workshop  Unit 3 Gr 1 Lesson Plan Bundle Readers Have Big Jobs to DoReaders Workshop  Unit 3 Gr 1 Lesson Plan Bundle Readers Have Big Jobs to Do
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Readers Workshop  Unit 3 Readers Have Big Jobs to Do Fluency, Phonics, and Comprehension

Readers Workshop, Unit 3 Readers Have Big Jobs to Do Fluency, Phonics, and Comprehension. This lesson plan bundle guides you through all four Bends I to IV of Unit 3, Sessions 1 to 18. The lesson plans include all components of the Mini-lessons: Connection, Teaching point, Teaching, Active Engagement, link, Partner Read, Mid-Workshop Teaching, Conferring, and Share. The product includes a unit plan, monthly calendar, essential questions, enduring understanding, objectives, Common Core State Standards, four Serravallo Reading Strategies, and forms.

In this unit children learn that they are ready to take on big and important jobs as a reader to develop independence and to take charge of their own reading. This unit sets children up to be able to read increasingly complex texts with accuracy, comprehension, and fluency. Children will learn to stop as soon as they encounter difficulty, draw from the strategies they've been accumulating to solve a problem, and then check to see that they got it right. The teacher will focus on strengthening and expanding students' word-solving strategies, adding more tools to their toolkits, and reminding students to draw from multiple sources of information in their problem solving. Children will learn how to use strategies in higher level texts, with longer, more complex words, maintaining meaning across large parts of text as well as strategies for developing an understanding of new vocabulary words.


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