Hey there fellow co-learners. I am about to begin teaching a split 3/4 class this year and I am just wondering if any lovely soul out there would be willing to share their daily work pad / lit program with me as to what implementing CAFE and Daily 5 actually looks like in reality like from Monday to Friday Literacy sessions so that I am covering everything??
Thank you ocean loads X
Here’s a link to a place on the website that gives some sample schedules that might help you somewhat. Of course, everyone’s schedule is different, based on school schedules.
This one in particular may be of help: https://www.thedailycafe.com/articles/sample-schedules
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