This summer, I spent a lot of time thinking about what tools would help a teacher new to teaching, or new to teaching reading. We’re going to have several of these on our campus next year, and I know that reading can be overwhelming. I don’t know about anyone else, but when I think about reading, it almost seems like there are so many options, that I have a very hard time choosing what to focus on. It’s true that you can only do a few things well and once we start to throw in everything, quality and consistency suffers.This is why I put together my Rolling Out Reader’s Workshop Pack. To provide materials and tools that teachers can use to get their Reader’s Workshop rolling. Starting August 3rd, I’ll be sharing Reader’s Workshop ideas, sources, and pieces of my Rolling Out Reader’s Workshop pack with you as freebies and tips.
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Ahhh I wish you could start this sooner! My students come back Aug. 5 and I have NO idea how to do my reading workshop block!!
This reading workshop idea is an enormous help – I'm always second-guessing myself on the best way to teach reading so I'm looking forward to reading your ideas. Plus I'm your newest follower,
Oh gosh! Well, the first post on August 3 will get you started at least!
Reading is so tough because its open ended and there are so many schools of thought!