My school system requires a reading rotation chart. How do I display this?
Yes, but it must show what stations or centers the students are doing as well.
I think the Daily 5 Check-In sheet would work great for you!
Here’s a chart shown in several forms for showing your students names and their choices for the Daily 5. It’s shown used in several ways. The one linked as “Allison’s sheet” has the possible choices coded in for you that you’d just have to highlight.
If you’re interested in the web based CCPensieve, the sign in there is easy and amazing, and could even be printed off to put in your plans, or wherever you need to store them.
Take a look, and let me know if you think this will work for you.
|Introducing Daily 5 and Cafe to upper primary students (in Australia)||Daily 5||3||2k||1 week 2 days|
|Daily 5 and ADHD||Daily 5||0||29||1 week 2 days|
|Daily 5 and Behavior||Daily 5||0||65||1 week 2 days|
|Daily Five and Science of Reading||Daily 5||5||3k||5 months 3 weeks|
|Daily 5 and ELA Curriculum: How do you fit everything in?||Daily 5||1||702||5 months 3 weeks|
|Daily 5 Rubric||Daily 5||0||326||6 months 1 week|
|Stevenson Phonics and Daily 5||Daily 5||0||220||6 months 2 weeks|
|Not enough time||Daily 5||0||291||7 months 4 days|
|phonics||Daily 5||0||315||7 months 4 days|
|Introducing Daily 5 in Upper Elementary||Daily 5||4||3.5k||9 months 5 days|
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