How to Plan Readers' Workshop to Ignite Your Readers ALL YEAR LONG by Tanya Bailey

How to Plan Readers' Workshop to Ignite Your Readers ALL YEAR LONG


Are you looking to take your lesson planning to the next level?

Do you want to create an organized, easy to follow, visual plan for teaching reading?

Do you want to create a clear progression of ideas for teaching and building your readers?

Why Should YOU Plan the BIG Picture for the Whole Year?

Because Readers’ Workshop moves fast and is packed with instruction and conferring, it’s important to see the big picture spread across the school year.  There are SO MANY skills and strategies that readers need and mapping those out on a year planning model will help you stay focused.  

Before I started creating a year plan for my reading instruction, I always felt like I was spinning my wheels and had missed something that I knew my students needed.

After I began planning my curriculum calendar, I was able to see where my readers needed to be and it kept me focused.

My Year Planning went from THIS...

...to YEAR Planning Made EASY.   In this self-guided mini-course, How to Plan Readers' Workshop to Ignite Your Readers ALL YEAR LONG,  I take you through the step by step process I used for over 20 years when planning my classroom instruction.
I want the YEAR Planning Made EASY Step By Step Process

YEAR Planning Made EASY

Visualize Your YEAR

Use the included bonus file to visualize and lay out your teaching year.  Whether it's one subject, two subjects or ALL subjects.

Decide What YOUR Readers Need

Decide on the skills and strategies that are needed for readers at your age & grade level.

Develop Possible Units of Study

Use the included sample ideas for units of study to start developing units YOUR readers will need.  Start to formulate the path your readers will take this year.

Organize Unit of Study Topics

Continue to organize the path you want YOUR readers to take based on what you know about your students and readers at your age and grade level.

Brainstorm Big Ideas for Each Unit

Begin digging into each of your units to determine what big ideas your readers will need to gain to become more successful readers.
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Build a Unit of Minilessons

Begin formulating ideas for minilessons and start stringing those minilesson ideas together in a logical sequence based on what readers at your  grade level need.

What's included?

Contents

BONUS: Year Planning Tool for Mapping Out ALL Curriculum Areas
Part 1: Organizing Your Curriculum for the YEAR
Part 2: Organizing Your Curriculum for the YEAR
BONUS FILE: Year Planning Tool for LITERACY INSTRUCTIONAL CURRICULUM
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Step 1: Looking at the BIG PICTURE for Your Readers
How to Plan Reader's Workshop Part 1
539 KB
Part 1 How to Plan Readers' Workshop
3 mins
Step 2: Organizing a Logical & Appropriate Sequence for Your Readers
How to Plan Reader's Workshop Part 2
274 KB
Part 2 How to Plan Readers' Workshop
2 mins
Step 3: What Your Readers Need to Gain
How to Plan Reader's Workshop Part 3
272 KB
Part 3 How to Plan Readers' Workshop
1 min
Step 4: Designing a Unit of Study for Your Readers
How to Plan Reader's Workshop Part 4
394 KB
Part 4 How to Plan Readers' Workshop
3 mins
BONUS: Using the Same Process to Plan WRITING
BONUS FILE: Curriculum Planning WRITING Forms
206 KB