Reflection: Routines and Procedures I Can Read to Myself - Section 3: Assessment


The most surprising thing for me after presenting this lesson was how the children discussed the books with their friends.  Beforehand, the children skimmed over pages and hurried through to the next book.  Now the majority of the children were looking at the pages with more depth.  They enjoyed telling their friends about what they read.

  Routines and Procedures: Discussion
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I Can Read to Myself

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT develop independent reading skills by using the illustrations. Student objective: I can read a story by looking at the pictures.

Big Idea: There are different ways to read a book.

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