Creating a Workshop Schedule<br />Donalyn Miller<br />thebookwhisperer@gmail.com<br />December 2010<br />
Workshop Schedule<br />
Workshop Schedule (cont.)<br />
Guiding Questions<br /><ul><li>How much class time do I have?
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Creating a workshop schedule

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Sample workshop schedule shared during staff development presentations and guiding questions for designing your own schedule.

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  • The Commission on Reading’s report, Becoming a Nation of Readers, recommends that students engage in two hours of SSR per week.
  • ** When minilessons include teacher read aloud of a picture book, article, or text excerpt, do not include another read aloud period. Recapture this time for students’ independent reading time.
  • Creating a workshop schedule

    1. 1. Creating a Workshop Schedule<br />Donalyn Miller<br />thebookwhisperer@gmail.com<br />December 2010<br />
    2. 2. Workshop Schedule<br />
    3. 3. Workshop Schedule (cont.)<br />
    4. 4. Guiding Questions<br /><ul><li>How much class time do I have?
    5. 5. Which components am I required to include? (small groups, guided reading, independent reading)
    6. 6. Which components would I like to include? (read aloud, book commercials, read around)
    7. 7. What can I change to carve out time for independent reading?
    8. 8. Remember the Rule of Thirds: 1/3 independent reading, 1/3 direct instruction & guided practice, 1/3 independent practice</li>

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