Saturday, May 21, 2011

Listening Center

I shared with you last week how much I loved using The Daily Five, and today I wanted to upload a sheet for you to use in your own class. I loved the Listening to Reading portion of The Daily Five, but I felt like that center needed some accountability. I created a sheet for students to complete that matched what students are expected to know for a running record. Now when my students listen to the story, they take one of these sheets and complete it. Sometimes, I allow the students to work in pairs. Other times, I ask that they work independently. I hope you will find it useful. Enjoy!




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