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My school district uses Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading. When I meet in my guided reading groups it is hard to practice fluency and decoding when everyone is reading quietly to themselves or chorally as a group. I know we are not supposed to use the Round Robin strategy, but at least every student would be able to practice reading out loud without getting distracted by the other students reading slower or faster sitting next to them. It is difficult for me to hear my student read when other students are reading out loud at the same time. Also, it is very distracting to my students when they are trying to read silently at the guided reading table and one student is reading out loud because the teacher needs to give them a running record, or just wants to hear them read. It can be very distracting for those students who are trying to concentrate on what they are reading. What are your solutions to this problem? Is Round Robin reading a bad idea when your focus is to...See More
johnson,Emma On 9/08/13, Susie wrote: > Hello, > > My school district uses Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading. > When I meet in my guided reading groups it is hard to > practice fluency and decoding when everyone is reading > quietly to themselves or chorally as a group. I know we > are not supposed to use the Round Robin strategy, but at...See More
Sep 9, 2013
Judy Milford On 9/08/13, Susie wrote: > Hello, > > My school district uses Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading. > When I meet in my guided reading groups it is hard to > practice fluency and decoding when everyone is reading > quietly to themselves or chorally as a group. I know we > are not supposed to use the Round Robin strategy, but at...See More
Nov 5, 2014


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