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Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, also known as “the sisters” used their teaching knowledge, experience and research to develop this innovative teaching framework. The Daily 5 and CAFE allow for teachers …

Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, also known as “the sisters” used their teaching knowledge, experience and research to develop this innovative teaching framework. The Daily 5 and CAFE allow for teachers to foment the literacy skills of their students, while they also learn to take responsibility on their own learning.

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  • 1. The Daily 5
    Developing Literacy for All Learners
    Zoila P. Carrión
    M. Ed – Reading Specialist
    M.A. Applied Linguistics
  • 2. What is the Daily 5
    The Daily 5 develops from the research and creativity of teachers sisters: Gail Boushey and Joan Moser .
    It’s a 5 components framework to help developing literacy skills:
    Read to Self
    Read to Someone
    Listen to Reading
    Work on Writing, and
    Word Work/ Spelling.
    “the sisters”
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 3. The components of the Daily 5:
    help teachers keep students focused on literacy.
    gives students the chance to be independent in their choices and have some ownership over their education.
    How it works?
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 4. Children start by learning to ‘pick’ a book
    I choose a book.
    Purpose – Why do I want to read it?
    Interest – Does it interest me?
    Comprehend – Am I understanding what I am reading?
    Know – I know most of the words.
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
    I PICK
  • 5. 1. Read to Self
    The first component of the Daily 5 is Read to Self, or independent reading.
    Students learn to choose books that are “good fit”; that is books that are not too hard, nor too easy.
    It’s also important that students spend time reading independently books that are of interest to them.
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 6. Read to Someone is when a pair of students share reading time with each other.
    One student will read while the other checks for understanding.
    2. Read to Someone
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 7. A listening station in an elementary classroom is a must. It allows children the chance to listen to reading and hear what fluent reading sounds like.
    It also allows students the opportunity to hear new vocabulary and to be exposed to a variety of genres.
    3. Listen to Reading
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 8. Writing is one of the most important components of literacy development; thus the Daily 5 writing offer children the opportunity to practice these skills regularly.
    Writing might consist of writing in a journal or drawing and labeling a picture story.
    4. Work on Writing
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 9. Word Work consists of developing spelling and language skills.
    Students might be using:
    letters and flash cards to make words
    play -dough or stamps to review spelling words
    magnetic letters to spell target words, etc
    5. Word Work
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 10. One of the most important benefits of Daily 5 is that teaches students to become independent and to take responsibility for their own learning.
    Using Daily 5 teachers can address the specific needs of students by working with them in small groups.
    Teachers also have the opportunity to have regular reading conferences with individual students.
    Why Daily 5
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 11. Collecting and Using Data
    Teachers keep record of students’ progress in the conferring notebook, which “the sisters” refer to as the Pensieve.
    Keeping records is an integral part of the teacher’s daily work with children.
    In the “Pensieve” are included the assessments’ data, conferring sheet, calendar and guided group plans. It helps keep teachers’ time organized, focused and intentional.
    It makes it easy for students to be participants in their goal setting and progress monitoring.
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 12. Daily 5 and CAFE
    CAFE is an acronym for
    Comprehension
    Accuracy
    Fluency, and
    Expanding Vocabulary.
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 13. How it Works
    The system includes:
    goal-setting with students in individual conferences,
    posting of goals on a whole-class board,
    developing small group instruction based on clusters of students with similar goals, and
    targeting whole-class instruction based on emerging student needs and fine tuning one- on- one conferring.
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
  • 14. How to get Started
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
    Read the books
  • 15. 8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
    Join their website
    www.TheDailyCafe.com
  • 16. Mrs. Bainbridge Class
    Daily 5/CAFE
    CAFE Mini-Lessons
    Pray-Teach-Love
    Launching the Daily 5 and CAFE books
    Delightful Daily 5 CAFE
    Primary Perspective
    8/18/2011
    Zoila P. Carrion M.Ed
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