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August Reunion 2013:
Interactive Read Alouds
Cranford’s Reading Project Initiative
Professional Development/Network
• Virtual
• District level
• Building level
Purpose...
Every Child, Every Day
1. Identify elements of an successful Interactive
Read Aloud
2. Analyze our practices
3. Engage in reflective and collabor...
Teaching Charts
1.My interactive read aloud is successful when:
2.My interactive read aloud is not successful
when:
What m...
Exemplar #1 – The Giving Tree
• What did you notice?
Exemplar #2 – Dancing in the Wings
• What did you notice?
Exemplars
Teaching Charts
Ways to make my Read Aloud interactive:
What makes a Read Aloud
Interactive?
Six Steps for Teaching a Successful
READ ALOUD
Choose the Skill You Want to
TEACH
Think about what skills your students need
to be successful readers.
Have a focus.
Conn...
Choose the Right Mentor Text
Mentor – carefully chosen as a model of quality
that is worth using as a guide for our reader...
Plan Your READ ALOUD
Sit down with a pack of Post Its
As you read, pay attention to your “inner
reader”
•Where do you use ...
Interactive Strategies
Think Aloud
Turn & Talk
Stop & Jot
GOAL: EVERY student gest a chance to
practice the skills.
Accountable Independent
Reading
Whole class conversation
15 - 30 minutes independent reading
JUST RIGHT BOOKS (IRB)
Keep a...
Conferring or Small Group
Work
During independent reading time
Use Post Its or RN as starting point
Wednesday, August 28th
Quick Check
Turn & Talk
What questions do you have? What is not clear?
BREAK
Leonardo the Terrible Monster
•Feedback
Practice
• Choose book
• Plan
• Share in your group
• Provide feedback
Active Enga...
Teaching Points
What did you learn today?
POST IT – Self Assignment – What are you
going to do now?
Link
There are no bad questions.
Questions
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  1. 1. August Reunion 2013: Interactive Read Alouds
  2. 2. Cranford’s Reading Project Initiative Professional Development/Network • Virtual • District level • Building level Purpose Every Child, Every Day Connection
  3. 3. Every Child, Every Day
  4. 4. 1. Identify elements of an successful Interactive Read Aloud 2. Analyze our practices 3. Engage in reflective and collaborative dialogue 4. Practice Teaching Points
  5. 5. Teaching Charts 1.My interactive read aloud is successful when: 2.My interactive read aloud is not successful when: What makes a successful Interactive Read Aloud?
  6. 6. Exemplar #1 – The Giving Tree • What did you notice? Exemplar #2 – Dancing in the Wings • What did you notice? Exemplars
  7. 7. Teaching Charts Ways to make my Read Aloud interactive: What makes a Read Aloud Interactive?
  8. 8. Six Steps for Teaching a Successful READ ALOUD
  9. 9. Choose the Skill You Want to TEACH Think about what skills your students need to be successful readers. Have a focus. Connect it to your mini lesson.
  10. 10. Choose the Right Mentor Text Mentor – carefully chosen as a model of quality that is worth using as a guide for our readers. Mentor texts should have the following profiles: • boosts language development • promotes active listening • encourages deep thinking • supports learning more about world • serves as a model of great writing
  11. 11. Plan Your READ ALOUD Sit down with a pack of Post Its As you read, pay attention to your “inner reader” •Where do you use the skill? Where can your students practice? 3 – 5 “stops”
  12. 12. Interactive Strategies Think Aloud Turn & Talk Stop & Jot GOAL: EVERY student gest a chance to practice the skills.
  13. 13. Accountable Independent Reading Whole class conversation 15 - 30 minutes independent reading JUST RIGHT BOOKS (IRB) Keep accountable Reading Notebooks Post Its
  14. 14. Conferring or Small Group Work During independent reading time Use Post Its or RN as starting point Wednesday, August 28th
  15. 15. Quick Check Turn & Talk What questions do you have? What is not clear?
  16. 16. BREAK
  17. 17. Leonardo the Terrible Monster •Feedback Practice • Choose book • Plan • Share in your group • Provide feedback Active Engagement
  18. 18. Teaching Points What did you learn today? POST IT – Self Assignment – What are you going to do now? Link
  19. 19. There are no bad questions. Questions
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