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Guided Reading Programs

Propel all students
toward confident,
independent reading

What Makes Us Different?

Engaging, Authentic Texts

Engaging, Authentic Texts

High-quality authentic books written to engage readers and encourage active reading, robust problem solving, and deep comprehension skills.

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Engaging, Authentic Texts

Streamlined Assessment Tools

Make data-driven instructional decisions that help you affectively group students to address a range of abilities and ensure guided reading success.

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Professional Development

Professional Development

Professional Learning Specialists provide courses and coaching to support educators at all levels to implement guided reading with fidelity.

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Research-Based Approach

Research-Based Approach

Partnering with literacy experts, Guided Reading programs combine research-based methodology and education best practices to meet today’s rigorous standards.

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Guided Reading Resources

  • Why Group?

    Why Group?

    Grouping students based on similar instructional needs allows the teacher to work with one group while others work at Learning Centers or independently.

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  • Developing Writers

    Developing Writers

    Through guided and independent reading, students discover how writers build plots, flesh out characters, organize information, and establish point of view.

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  • Guided Reading Leveling Resource Chart

    Guided Reading Leveling Resource Chart

    Use this chart to better understand and shop by Guided Reading, Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA), and Lexile® Levels

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  • Guided Reading: The Nuts and Bolts

    Guided Reading: The Nuts and Bolts

    Guided Reading is a key component of your reading program. It will help your students process increasingly challenging texts with understanding and fluency.

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  • The First 20 Days

    The First 20 Days

    You don’t have to start on day one. Instead, lay the groundwork for success by getting to know your students as readers and members of your classroom.

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  • Organize for Success

    Organize for Success

    Your goal in Guided Reading is to meet with different groups while the rest of your students are engaged in productive activities that advance their learning.

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  • Myths About Guided Reading

    Myths About Guided Reading

    If we adapt a guided reading program, doesn’t that mean I’ll be working with the whole class, reading the same book, regardless of reading abilities?

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  • Strategies for Reaching Striving Readers

    Strategies for Reaching Striving Readers

    Striving readers describes a variety of students who are at risk—students with rudimentary reading skills, who are just getting by, or who have given up.

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  • Complex Text, and Close Reading

    Complex Text, and Close Reading

    Studies that led to the development of the Common Core State Standards concluded that textbooks in K–12 have been steadily declining in complexity.

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  • Understanding Text Complexity

    Understanding Text Complexity

    The Common Core State Standards looks at 3 areas of text complexity: qualitative dimensions, quantitative dimensions, and reader and task considerations.

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  • How to Know When to Move Students Up

    How to Know When to Move Students Up

    The Common Core State Standards looks at 3 areas of text complexity: qualitative dimensions, quantitative dimensions, and reader and task considerations.

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