Group vs. independent work

by Joy
(Michigan)

If meeting with a guided reading group happens while the rest of the class is working on writing or reading to self, do the students in your group miss the independent component?

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by: Anonymous

Nice post Joy. It is good to do these things groups and independent work, both are good for the students. It improves the efficiency of the students so let them do what they want. custom writing service is also there to support students in their education.

Jun 05, 2011
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Guided Group
by: Jan

I just read the book and that was one of my questions. Maybe make one of the 5 only 15 minutes,for instance the Read to Self ?

Jul 24, 2010
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guided reading
by: Joyce Raney

I divide my students into 4 groups and see all of them for 15-20 minutes each day. The 3 groups that aren't meeting with me are working independently; they only miss one of the stations while I'm teaching the guided reading group.

Jul 24, 2010
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The short answer... yes, sometimes!
by: Mrs. Mikesell

I try not to pick the same kids during the same time each time.

For example, if group A misses "Read to Self" on Monday - I'd have them come to me during "Word Work" on Wednesday.

I do my best to stir it up so they aren't missing the same thing all the time.

Mrs. Mikesell :)

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