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Highly Recommended Book -- Guided Reading: Making It Work
Submitted by: Amanda Post, A to Z Teacher Stuff

I just purchased this book, and it is an excellent resource for learning how to use guided reading in your classroom. It has everything you need to know, from what guided reading is to specific examples for lessons and assessment. It is teacher-friendly and easy to read. The other guided reading book, by Fountas and Pinnell, is very good, but seemed less teacher-friendly when I compared them side by side. I also preferred this book because it is much cheaper! If you have a hard time remembering what prompts to use as you guide children (Does that make sense? Does it look right?, etc.) there are pages that can be reproduced and used as easy-reference cards. The book was written by two Reading Recovery teachers, so if you have RR in your school, you'll know that the information will jive with what your students are learning in RR. Consistency is important! -- Guided Reading: Making It Work



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