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Daily five



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  • 1. An Overview
  • 2. What is The Daily Five? The Daily Five is a literacy framework It is unique in that it is a structure that helps students develop daily habits of reading, writing, and working together fostering a lifetime of independent literacy
  • 3. Daily Five Overview Students choose between five choices for reading  Read to Self  Work on Writing  Listen to Reading  Read to Someone  Word Work
  • 4. Read to Self
  • 5. Work on Writing
  • 6. Listen to Reading
  • 7. Read to Someone
  • 8. Word Work
  • 9. The Daily Five Choices stay the same all year and are taught and practiced until students are independent (procedures!) For each choice you start by creating an I-chart and building stamina
  • 10. CAFÉ Menu Once students are independent with Daily Five choices, CAFÉ is how the teacher works with students while they are doing their Daily Five rotations  Small Groups  Individual Conferences and Goal Setting CAFÉ teaches students to set reading goals, monitor their own learning, and become more strategic readers Teacher’s have documentation for each individual student in their conferring notebook (like Sarah shared last year)
  • 11. CAFÉ Literacy Menu  100% skills basedComprehension  Mini lessons teach theAccuracy strategies and then students use them duringFluency their Daily Five choices to become better readersExpand  These strategies also Vocabulary become the student reading goals
  • 12. Pulling it all together What does a Daily Five reading block look like?  10 minute Phonics Lesson  20 minute Daily Five Rotation #1  Each student chooses a Daily Five choice  Teacher is working with small groups or doing individual conferences (CAFÉ)  10 minute Vocabulary Lesson  20 minute Daily Five Rotation #2  10 minute Skills Lesson (CAFÉ Strategy)  20 minute Daily Five Rotation #3
  • 13. How does Daily Five and CAFÉrelate to CCSS? No hand holding—teaches independence Completely skills based—can be used with any grade level or curriculum Procedures based—CHAMPS approved  Differentiation—book levels and student goals are completely individualized Students take ownership of their own learning which prepares them for higher education and the real world
  • 14. For more information… Read the books! I promise it will be worth your time! Official Website: Search Daily Five or CAFÉ on Pinterest (tons of free resources and ideas) Email me!