Thursday, July 9, 2015

4th Grade Reading Scope and Sequence



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Michelle and I worked with the other 4th grade teachers in our district and created a 4th Grade reading Scope and Sequence. While you can use Reading Street as a guide it is not mandatory. Michelle and I very rarely use the textbook, but it's listed if you need it.

We did something new this past year and we focused on a specific skill for 3 weeks at a time. This allowed us to dig deep into a concept before we had to move on. We constantly came back and reviewed the skills throughout the year.

ReadWorks.org is a fantastic website to go along with your reading curriculum and I highly encourage you to check it out if you are not using it in your classroom.

As Michelle and I add materials we will update the doc and you will have even more resources available for you.

If you find resources you think we would love please send them our way!

-Tracy

Scope and Sequence


3 comments:

  1. This is so awesome; thank you so much for sharing. We're tackling reading differently this year and this really sparked some discussion w my team mates.
    Katie

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