Supporting Classroom Teachers in Practice
Reading Coach Candidate: Teacher :
Date : 02/26/2013
Lesson Focus: Reader’s Workshop/Book introduction
|Literacy research that supports the instruction (IRA 1.2) | |This lesson: |Recommendations for future instruction: | |This lesson reflected the beliefs of McLaughlin & Allen guided reading comprehension, where the | | |students are taking part in a step-by-step teaching framework that encourages students to become |I really believe that Brittani included a great amount of strategies into this lesson that were | |an active and strategic reader by providing explicit strategy instruction. This research |beneficial and engaging for the students learning. At this time I do not have any | |encourages opportunities for engagement, and a variety of texts and instructional settings. |recommendations. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Methods used in this lesson to promote learning (IRA 2.2) | |Strengths/challenges observed in this lesson: |Recommendations: | | | | |Strengths: Brittani did an outstanding job introducing the text using the anticipation guide. |Prior to asking the students to complete “thick & thin” independently, give prime examples of | |This allowed for the students to use their prior knowledge, and opinions to make...
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