Reset Your Reading Block Anytime Of Year

Eva Mireles3rd grade teacher, 4th grade teacher, 5th grade teacher, The Reading Teacher's Playbook Podcast, Upper Elementary

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I share tips about ways to reset your reading block any time of the year, because let’s face it, any time of year is a good time to reset your reading block.
I talk about:
-Celebrating your wins
-Resetting your goals if something is not working
-Staying the course if things are going well
-Helping your classroom community hit the reset button
-Helping each student reset their reading goals
Mid-year is a great time to take stock of how things are going in your reading classroom and hit refresh on those goals, but let’s be honest any time of year is a good time to hit the refresh button.
– Think about how you showed up well in your reading block this last semester, last month, or even last week depending on when you choose to embark on this practice. Take a moment to list off what went right. Read these accomplishments out loud and pat yourself on the back, you deserve it.
– Sometimes the most sanity saving, lifegiving practice growing thing we can do for ourselves and our students is to stay the course.
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