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Title: Before, During and After Guided Reading


1
Before, During and After Guided Reading
  • Created by
  • Jacqueline Lampley
  • Reading Interventionist

2
Before
  • Set the context and purpose for the reading.
  • Highlight main ideas and key points.
  • Activate prior knowledge.
  • Discuss the title, cover, pictures, author, and
    illustrator.
  • Make connections (to self, text, world).
  • Predict what the story might be about.

3
During
  • Demonstrate key reading strategies including
  • look at the pictures
  • use your finger detective
  • look at the first letter
  • get your mouth ready
  • sound out the letters in the word
  • break down larger words into smaller chunks
  • skip the word if you have difficulty, and read
    the rest of the sentence
  • reread the sentence
  • Stop at intervals and discuss key points,
    vocabulary, meaning and details.
  • Make connections (to self, text, world)
  • Ask and answer questions.
  • Predict what will happen next, infer, determine
    importance.

4
After
  • Identify the key concepts or the main idea.
  • Summarize or sequence the events.
  • Point out details or describe significant parts.
  • Ask specific questions.
  • Make connections (to self, text, world).
  • Compare/contrast/analyse
  • Make inferences
  • State opinions/point of view.
  • Draw conclusions
  • Share insights and understandings
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