Guided Reading

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Guided Reading

"The guided readig approach is appropriate for English language learners because of the focus on vocabulary development, individual instruction, and opprotuntites for verbal interactions. Because the English langauge learners participate in a group discussion of the story and the vocabulary encountered , they benefit from the langauge interactions of the small-group setting. Since their needs may be different from the native English speakers, the indiviual coaching provides the teacher with an opportunity to supprot their understanding, correct punctuation, and clarify word meaning and misconceptions caused by reading in their second langauge". (Herrell, A., & Jordan, M. (n.d.). Guided Reading. In 50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners (Fifth ed.)

Guided Reading #32Providing Individual Support Within a Group Setting "50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners"

3) Read aloud but not in unison

2) Begin the Process

1) Group the students for Instruction

6) Assess on a regular basis

5) Teach Minilessons based on student needs

4) Pair studetns for addtitional practice

Conclusion:"Guided reading can help English learners in the upper grades understand content reading such as science and social sciences where the vocabulary is often unfamiliar to students. Using this approach to walk students through the reading materail; examine illustrations, charts, and graphs; and discuss each activity helps students build comprehension. Reading in pairs and encouraging summary and discussio is also appropriate with older students" ((Herrell, A., & Jordan, M. (n.d.). Guided Reading. In 50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners (Fifth ed.)

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