November Reading Lesson Plans

Categories: Curriculum Ideas

 

I’m BACK. After the most amazing, relaxing, and absolutely perfect week and half of my life – I am officially a married lady! I thoroughly enjoyed every unplugged minute. I could gush for days – but don’t worry. I’ll spare you. I will share one quick pic and then will carry on with relevant teaching related news 🙂

 

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Don’t worry folks. I am back in full action and ready (a few days late – but hey I had a good excuse!) with my November Reading Plans for my 3 leveled groups. For more on my schedules check out this post. Included are all freebie links. Be sure to leave feedback to these generous and creative teacher authors if you use any of these products! You can click on the picture to enlarge to read more fully or download all lesson plans at the bottom of the page.

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High Level Group Links:

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Mid Level Group Links:

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Low Level Group Links:

 

We will also be using this month:

November Bingo 

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True and False Turkeys

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17 Comments

  1. I wanted to say congratulations on your wedding. You look so beautiful and happy. Enjoy the upcoming holidays as newlyweds!!!

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  2. Your dress looks so pretty from what I can see!! Congrats again 🙂 SOO happy for you.

    Thank you for sharing your lesson plans and all of the freebie links!

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  3. Beautiful wedding photo. Congrats.

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  4. Share more pictures of your wedding!! I can’t believe you have updated already after your wedding and had posts planned for while you were gone… my wedding isn’t until May and I already feel like I’m going crazy! Wishing you a happy marriage full of laughs, love, and good times!

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  5. Congratulations!!! I hope getting back to the grind isn’t too tough! On another note- I’d love to hear how and what you planned for a sub while you were gone?! Do you lower the expectations while your gone? Don’t behaviors get out of hand? I stress taking off so much (trying to get a little better about it) and would love to hear your thoughts on it.

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  6. I love all your materials! My classroom is designed very similiar to yours. What reading level are your higher reading group learners at?
    Thank you!

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  7. And congratulations!!! Looks like you had a beautiful wedding ceremony.

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  8. First of all, heartiest congratulations on your wedding. Wishing you both good health and lots of happiness together!

    How high is your high group? mid level? low level?

    Do you do these activities during small group instruction?

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  9. Thank you so much!

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  10. Thanks 🙂

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  11. Haha! Good luck with your wedding 🙂

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  12. Yes – should def do a post on this! I do lower expectations but mostly lower academic expectations not behavioral expectations. My aides are pretty good at maintaining consistency on behavior plans. It is stressful though!

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  13. My high group is between K-M. Hope this helps! 🙂

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  14. thank you 🙂

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  15. Thank you!

    My high group is between K-M reading level; my mid group is around D-F, and lower level are mostly nonverbal and nonreaders. Yes – these activities are in small groups – between 3-7 kids depending on level of students.

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  16. How did you determine those reading levels? I would love to do this with my students. I am first year teacher and I am SO lost.

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  17. My school uses the Fountas and Pinnell Level Book System and the Rigby Reading Assessment. What reading curriculum does your school use?

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