Reflection: Intervention and Extension Strategy Lesson: Shopping for books in classroom library revisited - Section 2: Strategy Lesson


I demonstrated for the students how to quickly make a Three Column chart to capture their thinking about the three books they selected. Their job when shopping was to find three books:  Two that were good fits for them and one that wasn't.  My demonstration of how to make the chart only took a minute or so.  I think it is important for students to be able to creating graphic organizers to show their thinking using the lined paper in their reading response notebooks.  That way it is one less thing I need to photocopy, saves paper, and teachers kids to be more independent.  Also, loose paper is harder to keep track of, so having it inside their reading notebook makes it a future support for them.

  Intervention and Extension: Creating Graphic Organizers
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Strategy Lesson: Shopping for books in classroom library revisited

Unit 2: Developing Classroom Climate Through Routines
Lesson 7 of 15

Objective: Students who are mismatched to books will practice picking a just right book

Big Idea: Successful Book Shopping in the Classroom Library

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