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Guided Reading: Determine Importance, Grades 1-2

Product Number: CD-104961
Improve reading comprehension at various levels with a guided reading resource book for first and second grades.A perfect add...

Improve reading comprehension at various levels with a guided reading resource book for first and second grades.

A perfect addition to your language arts lesson plan, Guided Reading: Determine Importancefor first and second grades includes six sets of readers, two each for below-, on-, and above-level student readers. The bold images and maps appeal to students as they learn about ants, chimps, sound, and more.

Ready to Go Guided Reading: Determine Importance offers the essentials for an effective guided reading program for first and second grades. This reading comprehension book includes:

  • discussion guides
  • prompts to encourage students to work with the text and text features
  • leveled readers that cover high-interest topics
  • graphic organizers and an observation sheet

The readers are separated into three readability levels and designed to keep students’ attention. Callout boxes direct students to apply guided reading strategies to the texts, such as scanning for meaning or word work. Each reader concludes with a writing prompt.

The Ready to Go: Guided Reading series for first to sixth grades includes everything you need for guided reading organization. Each 80-page book is essentially a guided reading set, containing 36 total readers, six discussion guides, and three reproducible pages. Each grade span includes 8 books, focusing on the following reading comprehension strategies:

  • Connect
  • Infer
  • Question
  • Summarize
  • Analyze
  • Determine Importance
  • Synthesize
  • Visualize

Each nonfiction reader contains short nonfiction texts, vocabulary banks, photographs, charts, and maps.


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