In this episode:
After listening to this episode you will leave equipped with tangible steps to help students be able to independently execute the skills you teach them.
I talk about:
1.What- What exactly do we mean when we say we want students to work independently?
- Why- Why do we want students to be more independent members of the literacy classroom?
- How-How do we help students cross the bridge to independence?
– We want students to be able to use the strategies we teach them in order to independently execute a skill as it pertains to their reading.
-We want our students to be able to not just read on grade level, but to do so proficiently.This means that students need to be able to apply the skills that we’ve taught in our mini lessons to their independent reading and any assignments that we assign.
-Let’s face it some of our frustration comes from the fact that we are not assigning respectful tasks which is the reason students aren’t able to complete them independently.
Links to resources mentioned in the podcast:
Grab my free guide for keeping your mini lesson mini
Get on the mini lesson revamp bootcamp waitlist
Book a discovery call for one on one coaching or school professional development
Next Steps: If this episode resonated with you, take a screenshot of the episode and tag me on instagram @msevamireles.
Leave a Rating and Review:
This helps my show remain active in order to continue to help other upper elementary teachers get ideas they can use in their class today.
The Reading Teacher’s Playbook
- Search for my show on iTunes or Stitcher.
- Click on ‘Ratings and Reviews.’
- Under ‘Customer Reviews,’ click on “Write a Review.”
- Sign in with your iTunes or Stitcher log-in info
- Leave a Rating: Tap the greyed out stars (5 being the best)
- Leave a Review: Type in a Title and Description of your thoughts on my podcast
- Click ‘Send’