Guided Reading: Analyze Resource Book

Grades 5–6 / Ages 10–12
80 pages plus cover
Product ID: 104960

Improve comprehension and foundational reading skills with this leveled guided reading resource packed with high-interest text.

Guided Reading: Analyze for fifth and sixth grades enhances lesson plans with six sets each of six nonfiction readers. There are 36 readers— two each for below-, on-, and above-level student readers. This teacher resource book engages students as they learn about earthquakes, Aztecs, maps, and more.

Ready to Go Guided Reading: Analyze makes it easy for you to create a comprehensive guided reading program by offering everything you need to help students at various reading levels. This small-group reading resource book contains:

  • discussion guides
  • prompts to encourage students to work with the text and text features
  • leveled readers with intriguing topics
  • graphic organizers and an observation sheet

The readers are separated by below-, on-, and above-level comprehension skills and use callout boxes to direct students to apply guided reading strategies to the texts. Each nonfiction text addresses fascinating topics and includes a writing prompt so students can reflect on what they learned.

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.

UPC 044222256937
Brand Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Product Detail Resource Book
Series Ready to Go
Subjects Language Arts; Reading
Topics Differentiated Instruction; Guided Reading
ISBN13 9781483839776
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