Teaching Reading in Small Groups by Jennifer Serravallo. Matching Methods to Purposes - Heinemann Publishing
Teaching Reading in Small Groups

Teaching Reading in Small Groups

Matching Methods to Purposes

This is an online course on Heinemann's Digital Campus. Course access is 365 days from the date of purchase. Learn more about courses on the Digital Campus.

Assess Confidently, Teach Powerfully

It is possible to assess, plan, and teach small groups of readers to meet increasing demands and challenges, while still holding tight to the joy and love of literature. To think beyond guided reading, Jen Serravallo helps teachers learn to analyze student data in order to form small groups and discover a new repertoire for helping readers find increased skill and independence.

Course Objectives

  • Become well-versed in assessment lenses and tools
  • Target what instruction each student needs and form groups accordingly
  • Understand small-group structures to support engagement, fluency, comprehension, print work, and conversation skills
  • Practice a scheduling technique to ensure ongoing assessment
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This is an online course on Heinemann's Digital Campus. Course access is 365 days from the date of purchase. Learn more about courses on the Digital Campus.

Assess Confidently, Teach Powerfully

It is possible to assess, plan, and teach small groups of readers to meet increasing demands and challenges, while still holding tight to the joy and love of literature. To think beyond guided reading, Jen Serravallo helps teachers learn to analyze student data in order to form small groups and discover a new repertoire for helping readers find increased skill and independence.

Course Objectives

  • Become well-versed in assessment lenses and tools
  • Target what instruction each student needs and form groups accordingly
  • Understand small-group structures to support engagement, fluency, comprehension, print work, and conversation skills
  • Practice a scheduling technique to ensure ongoing assessment

Credit/CEUs:

On completion of this course, you will be awarded a certificate for 30 contact hours, or 3 CEUs.

SPECIAL NOTE FOR NYC REGISTRANTS ONLY: To be eligible for NYC DOE P-credits for these courses, participants must register and pay an ASPDP fee directly through ASPDP. Participants must visit http://schools.nyc.gov/teachers/aspdp to complete the registration, where they can either create an account or log on to their existing ASPDP account, then choose the “Enroll & Pay for Courses” link. Any participant who does not complete this enrollment process on the ASPDP website by the registration close date will not be eligible for P-credits. Please email ASPDP at ASPDP@schools.nyc.gov should you need more information.​​

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A Closer Look

Contents

Sessions for Teaching Reading in Small Groups

  • Assess with Confidence: Uncovering Teaching Possibilities
  • Gearing Up for Small Group Instruction: Establishing Independent Reading and One-on-One Conferring
  • Small Groups to Support Engagement
  • Strategy Lessons: Conferring with Groups of Readers
  • Book Clubs and Partnerships: Teaching Comprehension and Conversation
  • Management, Note-Taking, and Scheduling Yourself

Each session requires approximately one hour to complete, with additional opportunities to read and reflect offline as well as to practice with students.

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