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Shared Reading and Guided Reading1

Shared Reading and Guided Reading

You are aware of what the students know and you can use this information as you
read aloud. In shared reading, you invite them to apply their skills, setting them up
for success. Stop at particular points in the text and ask someone to help you read.
Emphasis here is on the print so point to what you are reading. Stop reading and
encourage children to read independently where you know they can be successful.
Also, encourage students to volunteer to participate in the reading. When students
come to a word they know, they can say or sign it aloud. Then you pick up with
reading aloud until you come to another section of text which the students or one
student can read independently.
In guided reading, the student takes the lead, reading as best he or she can until
coming to an unknown word. The teacher encourages the student to decode the
word, looking at spelling patterns, using structural analysis (attending to a prefix or
suffix, for example) or employing other strategies.


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