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BookNook: Guide Experience

BookNook: Guide Experience

The guide has the ability to start a guided reading session with the students that they have been granted access to. A guided reading session can be presented in three formats: Full, Comprehension, and Fluency. 

First 5 Steps to BookNook Learning

  1. Guide logs into BookNook and waits for students to log in
  2. Guide selects students to work with
  3. Chooses a type of session:
    1. Full: Guide Read, Student Read, and Main Lesson (45 minutes)
    2. Comprehension: Guide Read and Main Lesson (30 minutes)
    3. Fluency: Guide Read and Student Read (20 minutes)
  4. Chooses book for Main Lesson (if applicable)
  5. Confirms choices: students, session, and main lesson book (if applicable)

Guide Read

  1. Views & Uses Coaching Tips
  2. Student selects book for Guide Read
  3. Views Reminders
  4. Introduces four main parts of fluency: Expression, Phrasing, Pace, and Accuracy
  5. Views Tips for Guide Read
  6. Reads the book to students in your group

Student Read

  1. Student selects book for Student Read
  2. Views & Uses Coaching Tips
  3. Reviews four main parts of fluency: Expression, Phrasing, Pace, and Accuracy
  4. Views Tips for Student Read
  5. Students take turns reading the book
  6. Evaluates students as they read on Expression, Phrasing, Pace, and Accuracy
  7. Students evaluate themselves on the four main parts of fluency too

Main Lesson

  1. Views & Uses Coaching Tips
  2. Introduces New Vocabulary & Definitions
  3. Views Tips for Main Lesson
  4. Selects the student to read by touching their name
    (make sure each student has equal time reading)
  5. Asks “Talking Points” while student(s) read: Talking Points change when pages are turned
  6. Views Tips for Discussion Questions
  7. Views & Uses Coaching Tips
  8. Asks “Discussion Questions” allow students to scroll back through text if needed
  9. Chooses “No Time for Game” or “Let’s Play a Game”
    • Allow students to play a game while you complete the rubric
    • Complete rubric while students move onto other activities
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