Easy-to-manage reading & writing conferences

practical ideas for making conferences work by Laura Robb

Publisher: Scholastic Professional Books in New York

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Reading (Elementary),
  • Group work in education.,
  • Parent-teacher conferences.,
  • Teacher-student relationships.

Edition Notes

Other titlesEasy-to-manage reading and writing conferences, Reading & writing conferences
Statement[by Laura Robb].
SeriesTeaching strategies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1576 .R58 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL430186M
ISBN 100590314416
LC Control Number98137432
OCLC/WorldCa38547853

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[Laura Robb] -- Guides the teacher so that reading and writing conferences with students will be meaningful, productive, and more manageable.

For students in grades 13 conference note-taking forms-one for each reading goal from the hierarchy in her Reading Strategies Book; Suggestions for connecting emergent bilingual learners' language goals and reading goals. With Jen's support, you'll discover the true magic of conferring-the joyous, aha moments you'll see in growing readers/5().

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I love this. Great suggestions, especially about having the teacher move to students while they are reading, in the first 10 minutes of class. We’ve focused on writing conferences this year, but I love extending this concept to reading conferences, too.

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Conferences provide individualized instruction for each student. Conferences can provide insight into what the student is doing while reading and writing.

Conferences can help the teacher investigate student knowledge. Conferencing can help assess the student. Conferencing can provide reinforcement and/or enrichment of skills. Guide to Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops: Unabridged, continually updated guide to writing conferences, writers workshops, creative career writing programs and.

I have been utilizing the reading and writing workshop method for almost a decade now. As a former literacy coach and a current teacher of the gifted and high achieving, I most often have other teachers ask me for help or suggestions with regard to reading and writing conferences.

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This was a long post, considering it’s about an instructional practice that takes only 5 minutes. But I think that this just goes to show how complex writing conferences really are.

Conferring, whether it’s during reading or writing, is something I’m always working on. Give yourself some grace if your conference accidentally takes 10 minutes. • how to use conferences to meet the diverse needs of your student writers • how to fit conferences into your busy writing workshop schedule.

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Once guided reading groups start, I have my students bring their independent reading books to the guided reading table. They know to continue reading their independent book while they wait for the group to begin.

I do reading conferences a day before we start the group. Research on the writing process suggests that writers learn the most about writing when they share and reflect on their writing. In classrooms, this is most commonly done through writing conferences as part of the revision stage.

Whether they occur with pairs, with small groups, or with the teacher, the social benefits of sharing writing improves writing. However, we do always recommend looking up your local book festivals and setting up a table so you can meet with readers too.

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I work with my writing partner (/club) during different stages of the writing process. Reading(and(Writing. And the one-on-one teaching in a reading conference can be incredibly helpful in moving readers forward.

That said, reading conferences are also extremely tricky to carry out. Small group or guided reading instruction can take up a big chunk of your literacy block, leaving you little time for individual reading conferences. This resource includes printable reading conference forms for: 1.

Reading conference note taking and goal setting 2. Scheduling reading conferences 3. Planning teaching points in a reading conference 4. Record Keeping These pages are great to use during a reading conference to ensure the. San Francisco Writers Conference. FebruarySan Francisco.

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My students experience breakthroughs regularly. It’s during our reading conferences that they tell me my instruction works. “Miss, I only read two books in all of 10th grade. I was so behind. This year I’ve read SO many. I can’t count. You’ve helped me so much. I also have some reading conference questions to refer to if I’m stuck for something to ask, but the more I conference with students, the easier it is to know what to talk about.

I only need to remember my purpose for reading conferences: supporting students in thinking about their books and helping them find books they enjoy.

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In the online resources for A Teacher's Guide to Reading Conferences, you will find a variety of note-taking forms and other documents that will help you get started implementing—or refining—reading conferences right away in your online resource is selected to specifically support the conferring work you'll be reading about in this book.Here's our list of the + best writer's conferences and workshops in North America for and You can quickly search our curated list to find the best events near you.

Adapted from Reading Projects Reimagined: Student-Driven Conferences to Deepen Critical Thinking by Dan Feigelson. Yetta Goodman () reminds us that there are no substitutes for careful kid-watching and good listening. Nonetheless, a reading teacher can become more confident and able to adapt to students by having umbrella categories, or types of conferences, at his or her fingertips.