The Daily 5
Gail Boushey and Joan Moser
Why?
Reading to someone allows:
 more time to practice strategies
improve fluency and expression
check for understandin...
Students will increase…
The amount of reading
the level of attention to reading
reading motivation
fluency
reading ra...
Explicit teaching and practice will lead to engaged and
productive partnerships instead of chaos.
Present a series of less...
1. EEKK (Elbow to Elbow, Knee to Knee)
Having children sit this way allows for easier
book sharing and partner coaching
2...
Students:
 Sit EEKK.
 Use a soft voice.
 Read the whole time.
 Get started right away.
 Stay in one spot.
 Work on s...
Day 2
Model and practice how partners read
Both read same book- “I read, You read”
Partner checks for understanding
Switc...
Day 3
Brainstorm and practice “How to Choose
Books”
Talk about it and make a deal
Rock, paper, scissors
Day 4
Brainstorm...
Day 5
Model and practice “How to choose a partner”
Raise your hand as a silent signal that you
need a partner
Make eye c...
Day 6
Model and practice “Coaching or Time”
If a partner comes to a word they don’t know, the
other partner counts silent...
Once each focus lesson is taught, students read to
someone and build stamina.
Each day, add a few more minutes until they ...
CAFE - Check for Understanding - Partners Reading
(VIDEO)
 Most of our intermediate students select and are ready for
extended periods of Read to Self. Read to Someone isn't
requi...
Component 3:
Listen to Reading
Hear examples of good literature
Hear fluent reading
Expand our vocabulary
Become better readers.
Students:
 Get out materials.
 Listen to the whole story.
 May listen to another story if
there is time.
 Follow along...
Day 1
Brainstorm I-chart of expected behaviors
Model and practice material setup
Model and practice listening and follo...
Day 3
Review I-chart
Model and practice listening to a short story,
finishing it, and starting a new story
Day 4
Review...
 Video:
Daily 5 - Listen To Reading - Reviewing the I Chart
(VIDEO)
Listen to Reading Websites
See handout
Why?
 Creates immediate focus for the child’s work
 When children verbalize their choices, there is a sense
of increased...
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Nick H. W R RS WW L W
Jessie J. RS W R...
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Daily5 book study third meeting

  1. 1. The Daily 5 Gail Boushey and Joan Moser
  2. 2. Why? Reading to someone allows:  more time to practice strategies improve fluency and expression check for understanding hear your own voice share in the learning community
  3. 3. Students will increase… The amount of reading the level of attention to reading reading motivation fluency reading rate word-attack skills the love of reading
  4. 4. Explicit teaching and practice will lead to engaged and productive partnerships instead of chaos. Present a series of lessons that takes students step-by- step through the skills they will need to listen carefully to their peers, offer assistance, and share materials fairly.
  5. 5. 1. EEKK (Elbow to Elbow, Knee to Knee) Having children sit this way allows for easier book sharing and partner coaching 2. Voice The loudest voice in the room is the one that regulates the noise level. When we do correct/incorrect model, we reinforce the expectation of a soft voice as well. 3. Check for Understanding “I just heard you read…” (who, what) 4. I-chart
  6. 6. Students:  Sit EEKK.  Use a soft voice.  Read the whole time.  Get started right away.  Stay in one spot.  Work on stamina for reading to someone.  Work with students Teacher: Read to Someone Independently
  7. 7. Day 2 Model and practice how partners read Both read same book- “I read, You read” Partner checks for understanding Switch jobs after each page or paragraph Two different books are being read Each choose own book and read a page Partner checks for understanding Switch jobs after each page
  8. 8. Day 3 Brainstorm and practice “How to Choose Books” Talk about it and make a deal Rock, paper, scissors Day 4 Brainstorm and practice where to sit in room Choosing a place where they will be successful!
  9. 9. Day 5 Model and practice “How to choose a partner” Raise your hand as a silent signal that you need a partner Make eye contact with another person who has his or her hand raised Walk to the person and say “Do you want to be my partner?” The only acceptable answer is “Sure, thank you!” **Model the tone we expect to hear during the response, pleased and polite.
  10. 10. Day 6 Model and practice “Coaching or Time” If a partner comes to a word they don’t know, the other partner counts silently to 3. Then asks, “Do you want coaching or time?” If coaching, they use clues to help partner. (See figure 5-6 on page 74) If time, sit patiently and wait.
  11. 11. Once each focus lesson is taught, students read to someone and build stamina. Each day, add a few more minutes until they are up to 30 minutes for primary students and 45 minutes for intermediate students.
  12. 12. CAFE - Check for Understanding - Partners Reading (VIDEO)
  13. 13.  Most of our intermediate students select and are ready for extended periods of Read to Self. Read to Someone isn't required, but becomes a way to differentiate based on student need. Some of our students are auditory processors and benefit from reading aloud to someone. Some of our special needs and ELL students benefit from being read to. We typically confer with those who need this form of practice to help them achieve their goals, and carefully pair them with a partner who would benefit from or not be hurt by this use of time. Often they commit to Read to Someone for 10-15 minutes of a rotation, then move to Read to Self for the remaining portion of the round, which is usually about forty minutes total.
  14. 14. Component 3: Listen to Reading
  15. 15. Hear examples of good literature Hear fluent reading Expand our vocabulary Become better readers.
  16. 16. Students:  Get out materials.  Listen to the whole story.  May listen to another story if there is time.  Follow along with pictures and/or words.  Stay in one spot.  Listen quietly.  Get started quickly.  Work on stamina.  Work with students Teacher: Listen to Reading Independence
  17. 17. Day 1 Brainstorm I-chart of expected behaviors Model and practice material setup Model and practice listening and following along Day 2 Review I-chart Model and practice putting materials away
  18. 18. Day 3 Review I-chart Model and practice listening to a short story, finishing it, and starting a new story Day 4 Review I-chart Discuss and decide a way for all to participate
  19. 19.  Video: Daily 5 - Listen To Reading - Reviewing the I Chart (VIDEO) Listen to Reading Websites See handout
  20. 20. Why?  Creates immediate focus for the child’s work  When children verbalize their choices, there is a sense of increased accountability
  21. 21. Name Mo Tu We Th Fr Gracie W RS R L W R Melissa RS W L WW W RS Lauren W RS R WW W R Nick H. W R RS WW L W Jessie J. RS W R Carrie R WW W Ashden R W WW Emma RS R L Isaiah RS WW W Daeton W W W R: Read to Self WW: Word Work RS: Read to Someone L: Listen to Reading W: Work on Writing

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