Guided Reading Workshop
PART 2: Tuesday 5 May 3.30pm
The second session of this two part workshop will explain how to incorporate the use of effective comprehension strategies before reading, during reading and after reading, in order that the teacher can facilitate the small group instructional sessions for maximum benefit. This session will explain how to set up the classroom for success and answer the question, “What are the others doing?” while the teacher works with a small group.
PART 1 (Tuesday 28 April) covered:
A close look at the role of instructional reading in the reading hour.
Guided Reading was defined and demonstrated.
Guided Reading is most effective when:
– texts are selected at an instructional level based on effective assessment
– good quality texts are selected and
– teaching outcomes are made explicit regarding teacher preparation
The use of alternative small group instructional reading strategies- Reciprocal Reading, Literature Circles – within a balanced reading program was described.
If you missed this first session please contact Trish Hurley at EDTV at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0415 795 757 to register your interest. Sessions can be tailored to suit the needs of your school and directed to different levels or for special needs.
ADDITIONAL BOOKING INSTRUCTIONS: .PART 2 Tuesday 5 May 3.30pm – 4.30pm
A single representative from a school may book on behalf of a group of teachers. Please indicate the number of teachers who will be participating and the year levels they represent.
Individual teachers must register and book online through the DART Connections site.
A confirmation will be emailed to you from email@example.com.
An invoice will be sent to the school from EDTV on the completion of each workshop.This is a GST free event.
Pre-excursion resource material and links will be emailed to all participating schools on registration from EDTV.
Teachers are advised to login in to the video conference 10 minutes prior to commencement to ensure a satisfactory connection. Technical assistance is available from DART CONNECTIONS Help desk: 1800 824 737
FURTHER INFORMATION: These professional development workshops on Guided Reading, Part 1 and Part 2 are recommended by the Australian Literacy Educators Association (ALEA).
The presenter, Wendy Bean, a former teacher in NSW public schools, is now an education consultant working nationally and internationally. She regularly works in schools with the aim of supporting positive changes in student outcomes.
Wendy lectured in the post graduate program for the University of Wollongong and has worked on many national government education projects including National Literacy and Numeracy Week and has designed and implemented a range of professional development courses for systems and schools. In 2014 Wendy worked on the CAL initiative, Reading Australia.
She is an active member of the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA). In 2014 she received the ALEA Medal.
Wendy regularly presents at local, national and international conferences and has written several books for teachers.
DATE: 5 May 2015
START TIME: 15:30
END TIME: 4.30
CLOSING DATE: Bookings Close 04-May-2015
AVAILABILITY: DEC and Non-DEC
DEC POSITIONS: 4
NON-DEC POSITIONS: 2
PRICE: $200.00 per school per session
KLA SYLLABUS: Primary
KLA KEYWORD/S: reading, comprehension, guided reading, reciprocal reading, literature circles