The first thing in my binder are my lesson plans. I have ELEVEN groups this year in my schedule!! As the Title I teacher, every second of my time is spent in small group or one on one settings. These lessons are what I use the most because every group, every kid is different. I spend a lot of time planning. My lessons are super simple but it works out perfectly for what I need.
|guided math and guided reading lesson plan format|
|2014-2015 Blank Calendar|
I use many different guided reading references to help me write my lesson plans each week. We use Reading Street as one of our guides for phonics and comprehension. I have a "quick sheet" to help me look at the skills that will be focused on. Then I have my SnapWords lists. We use their sight words and I use this checklist I created to keep track of the individual lists that each of my groups are on.
Guided Reading instructional focus
Fontus and Pinnel Instructional Level Expectations
|Click above for the sheets|
|Writing: Units of Study|
First grade ELA Common Core standards
First grade Math Common Core standards
K-2 Math Common Core continuum
K-2 ELA Common Core continuum
|See the links above for these sheets|
RTI Interventions Menu
If you would like to use any of these divider sheets for you binder, you can grab them here:
Teacher Binder Divider Sheets
I hope this helps you to start or add to your binder. But...one question....what am I missing? Is there anything you put in your binder that I should add to mine?