What is shared reading in first grade

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Sally 1st Grade Shared Reading Shelf

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Shared Reading Big Book- 1st Grade

When I first started teaching, I had a pretty good idea of what shared reading could look like in a Kindergarten or first grade classroom. I knew.

What is Shared Reading?

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Why Use Shared Reading Books

I was lucky enough to be surrounded by amazing teachers who took me under their wings my first few years of teaching and really taught me how balanced literacy in kindergarten and first grade should look. I have had several questions about when to do guided reading and shared reading in a reading block. Looking at how balanced literacy is structured in a kindergarten and first grade classroom will answer just that. Balanced literacy in kindergarten and first grade is important because it follows the gradual release model by Frey and Fisher. We train the little ones, gradually letting go as they are ready, and then let them fly on their own and enjoy learning! I implement balanced literacy within my reading block.

Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options. Shared Reading supports a balanced literacy instructional approach. Teachers model close reading , text-dependent questioning , and strategies for asking and answering questions with each projectable "big" book as they follow a five-day lesson. The optional Projectable Book with Prompts engages students in further discussion about a book as they participate in a variety of tasks that allow them to practice citing evidence in support of their answers. Shared Reading helps teachers build foundational skills important for early readers, including print concepts and reading strategies. Five-day lessons support instruction for a variety of literary and foundational skills, including vocabulary, phonics, comprehension, and writing. The lessons also help teachers to model for even the youngest learners how to read text more closely.

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  1. When I first started teaching, I had a pretty good idea of what shared reading could look like in a Kindergarten or first grade classroom.

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