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  • 1. Read to self Work on writing Read to someone Listen to reading Word work 1
  • 2. …is a behavior management system that is explicitly taught to students so they know the expectations and protocols to conduct themselves independently while practicing their literacy learning. …fosters the reason “why” students are doing certain tasks, such as, “Why do we read?” When students understand the reason for a task, it motivates them to persevere. It also helps them to understand the urgency for acquiring these important literacy skills. …helps students build stamina through daily practice of reading to self with the goal being able to read to self for 30 minutes. 2
  • 3. Read to Self  Being able to read to yourself independently is the foundation of Daily 5.  The “launching” of read to self is based on the gradual release of responsibility- -  I do  We do  You do Eventually, students will Steps to Take 1. Let’s find our gathering place. 2. Discuss the three ways to read a book:  Read the words  Read and talk to yourself about the pictures  Retell a previously read book 3. Model read to self, practice read to self, talk about read to self… 4. Fill-out the “I” chart on read to self to establish what Read to Self looks 3
  • 4. Work on Writing  Work on writing will allow you time to spend on writing that really matters to you:  Persuasive writing  Letters to a friend  Reports on topics of interest  Narrative writing  Poetry  Other  Like all of the components of The Daily 5, writing is also based on the gradual release of responsibility- eventually, Steps to Take 1. If you’re not there already, find your gathering place. 2. It is important to write everyday in all subjects! 3. Brainstorm “I” chart on “Work on Writing”. 4. Students complete exit slips as accountability measures. 5. Build your stamina. Model, practice, talk, and repeat… 4
  • 5. Listen to Reading  Listening to reading is another way to develop fluency and vocabulary.  Listening to reading will allow you to relax and listen to a good story and learn new strategies.  Like all of the components of The Daily 5, listening to reading is based on the gradual release of responsibility- eventually, you will be able to do this independently the right Steps to Take 1. If you’re not there already, let’s find our gathering place. 2. There are several ways to listen to reading. What are some ways to listen to reading? 3. Brainstorm “I” chart on listen to reading. 4. Students complete exit slips as accountability measures. 5. Build your stamina. Model, practice, talk, and repeat… 5
  • 6. Word Work  Having time during a reading block to focus on words is critical to your development as a reader, writer, and communicator.  With word work, you will work on:  Experimenting with spelling patterns  Memorizing high- frequency words  Generalizing spelling patterns  Adding to your knowledge and curiosity of unique and interesting words.  Like all of the components of The Daily 5, word work is based on the gradual release of responsibility. Steps to Take 1. If you’re not there already, let’s find our gathering place. 2. Brainstorm “I” chart on word work. 3. Students complete exit slips as accountability measures. 4. Students complete exit slips as accountability measures. 5. Build your stamina. Model, 6
  • 7. Read to Someone  Being able to read to someone will help you become less reliant on the teacher for assistance.  Reading to someone will allow you to share your thinking and learning with a friend.  Like all of the components of The Daily 5, the “launching” of read to someone is based on the gradual release of responsibility- eventually, you will be able to do this Steps to Take 1. If you’re not there already, let’s find our gathering place. 2. Model and practice EEKK (elbows to elbows, knees to knees). 3. Brainstorm “I” chart on read to someone. 4. Build your stamina. Model, practice, talk, and repeat… 7
  • 8. Other Daily 5 Essentials Establishing a Gathering Place Finding “Good-Fit” Books Book Boxes Anchor Charts Signals & Check-in Repeated Practice 8
  • 9. Finding Good-Fit Books… How do you know a book is the right book for you? How do you know the book isn’t too difficult for you? One of the most important things to do to become a better reader is to read “good-fit” books. 9
  • 10. I PICK I answers the question…“What book should I choose?” P stands for the purpose for which I am reading. I answers the question what am I interested in? C means “Do I comprehend the words?” K answers the question, “Do I know 10
  • 11. 10 Steps to Muscle Memory 1. Identify what is to be taught. 2. Set a purpose and a sense of urgency. 3. Brainstorm behaviors using “I” chart. 4. Model the most desirable behaviors. 5. Model the least desirable behaviors. 6. Everyone model and build stamina (3 minutes). 7. Independent work (teacher stays out of the way). 8. Quiet signal to come back to group. 9. Group check-in (How did you do?). 11
  • 12.  In terms of The Daily 5, once you understand what is expected of you, have practiced strategies, and have built up your stamina, it is time to “show-off” your independence!  To be successful with The Daily 5, it is important that you show that you can make decisions on your own and monitor yourself regarding your own progress.  By showing independence, you will allow your teacher to work with students in small groups (in other Routines for Independence… 12
  • 13. The Daily 5 will help establish… …A sense of trust …A freedom for choice …A sense of community …A sense of urgency …Stamina …Routines for Independence 13