Reading Workshop + Finish “What Do Fish…?”

This Dog Knows How to Participate in a Reading Workshop.

Goal: Read. Keep track of your progress. Use cognitive strategies to comprehend, analyze, and reflect.

1) Announcements

  • Thank you for your scholarly behavior in the library yesterday.
  • Did you turn in your library catalog work? Check NEO for credit.
  • Did you turn in your Weekly Pages to Google Classroom? Check NEO for credit.
  • We start our new unit on Monday: The Art of Storytelling. Please bring ear buds if you have them.
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2) Read

3) #BookLove Reading Log for 9/22 

  • Find your #BookLove Reading Log in Google Drive.
  • Update it for this week (9/22).
  • Open Google Classroom and #BookLove Reading Log for 9/22 (or click the link).
  • Press Add attachment and select your reading log.
  • Turn in.

 

4) “What Do Fish” Cognitive Strategy Launch 

  • Click HERE to open the assignment in Google Classroom.
  • Open YOUR “What Do Fish…?” Google Doc.
  • Continue reading where we left off yesterday.
  • Use cognitive strategies to respond to the story in each WHITE box.
  • Turn in  to Google Classroom.

Homework: Read 30  minutes daily. Charge your iPad.

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What Do Fish…? Continue Reading

red fish in bowl

Goal: Keep reading “What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything.” Use cognitive strategies to make meaning of the text. Write responses to what you read using cognitive strategies.

1) Announcements

  • Check missing work in NEO–You do not want grades that say 0 or M or X. Progress reports reflect your grade in NEO as of today.
  • Weekly Pages 2 DUE THURS.
  • Meet in the library Thursday. Bring your book / ID. Every student must leave with a book.

2) Read “What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything?”

  • Open Google Classroom.
  • Find the assignment titled “What Do Fish…” or click HERE.
  • Open your copy of the Doc we started yesterday (HINT: Your name is on it).
  • Read up to each stopping point (white box).
  • Use the cognitive strategy bookmark to write responses.

HomeworkRead 30 minutes. Charge your iPad.

 

What Do Fish…? (During Reading)

orange and white fish

Goal: Read. Participate in reading conferences. Use cognitive strategies to make meaning of a text.

1)  Read

2)  Agenda

Write this week’s assignments in your GVJH agenda. Click HERE to open the assignment calendar.

3) Community Circle

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4) “What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything? (During Reading)

  • In Google Classroom, open the short story “What Do Fish…?”
  • As you read, type your responses on the Google Doc (not a PDF).
  • Use your cognitive strategies book mark to write your responses at each stopping point.
  • Be sure to type in the WHITE boxes labeled with cognitive strategies.

Homework: Read 30 Minutes Daily

Easy as 1-2-3 (Day 2)

green fishDue: Weekly Pages 1

Goal: Tap prior knowledge, make predictions, visualize, make connections, and revise meaning before reading the short story “What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything.”

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2) Review iPad Norms 

  • Stay with the Class
  • “Listen Up” Eyes on Teacher
  • Be Problem-Solvers

Do you have another suggestion?

For iPad solutions, visit the GV webpage (click the link) and find the iPad Troubleshooting Guide under the Students tab. 

3) Easy as 1 – 2- 3 

Click HERE to open the assignment in Google Classroom.

Click HERE to open the cognitive strategies bookmark.

HomeworkRead 30 minutes daily. Charge your iPad. 

Easy as 1-2-3! (Day 1)

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Goal: Tap prior knowledge, make predictions, visualize, make connections, and revise meaning before reading the short story “What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything.”

1) Announcements: At my signal, close your iPad to listen to announcements.

2) iPad Norms 

  • Stay with the Class
  • “Listen Up” Eyes on Teacher
  • Be Problem-Solvers

For iPad solutions, visit the GV webpage (click the link) and find the iPad Troubleshooting Guide under the Students tab. 

3) Easy as 1 – 2- 3 

Click HERE to open the assignment in Google Classroom.

Click HERE to open the cognitive strategies bookmark.

HomeworkRead 30 minutes daily. Charge your iPad. Weekly Pages 1 (150 – 200 words)