Guided Reading Lesson Plans... Two More FREEBIES!

A couple of Fridays ago, I posted a set of Because of Winn-Dixie lesson plans I had written (go here to read that post and download the plans), and I asked readers to comment if they thought they might be able to use more lesson plans like this.  A few people responded that they would like to see more!  So this week, I am posting a couple more.  They aren't fancy- they are simply real-teaching Word-document lesson plans that I wrote for my students.  They will likely need to be tweaked to meet the needs of your students and your school district's expectations, but at least they might give you a starting point in terms of questions and vocabulary words to highlight for each chapter!  Feel free to download them if you can use them!

This week I chose an upper level book and a lower level book.  The The Get Rich Quick Club  is a fun, quick read by Dan Gutman.  According to the Scholastic website, it is a Level U book.  I read this multiple times with fourth and fifth grade groups, and I enjoyed it every time!  It was a quick read (128 pages) and the chapters are short, which is a treat for students at this reading level- most U books are quite long!  If your reading teachers are looking for upper level books to order for your school, I highly recommend this one! (Amazon affiliate links follow.)
Click HERE to read a summary.
FREE guided reading lesson plans written for the book The Get Rich Quick Club!
Clip art by Graphics Factory.
Click HERE for the WORD version.
Click HERE for the PDF version.

The other lesson plans I am posting are for the book I, Amber Brown by Paula Danzinger.  According to Scholastic, this book is a Guided Reading Level N book.  I read this last year with a fifth grade ELL student whom I worked with 1-on-1.  My plans were written for us to read 1 chapter a day.  If you are reading this book with a typical reading group, you might be able to progress through the book more quickly, but I had to spend a fairly significant amount of time discussing cultural things in the book, introducing vocabulary, and checking for understanding.
Click HERE to read a summary.
FREE guided reading lesson plans written for the book I, Amber Brown!
Clip art by From the Pond.
Click HERE for the WORD version.
Click HERE for the PDF version.
Feel free to ask about a particular book title in the comments section or email me.  (If you think you might be a no reply blogger, either check back to see my reply or provide your email address.)  I know it's probably a long shot that I have the plans you need, but if I do have lesson plans written for that particular book, I would be happy to send them to you!  Like I said in my previous post, these plans are just sitting on my computer "gathering dust"!  

(If you'd like to see the other free guided reading lesson plans I have available, click on the links below.)
Shiloh (Level R)
Flat Stanley (Level M)

4 comments:

  1. Deb, you're so sweet! How nice of you to share these. :) I'm going to download and see how I can add them to my book lists for guided groups! Hope you're having a great week!
    Ana
    Mrs. Bentin's Blackboard

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  2. I LOVE ALL YOUR PRODUCTS! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us!
    Jess

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  3. What a treasure! Thanks for sharing!

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