Describes the philosophy of the Daily 5 teaching structure and includes a collection of literacy tasks for students to complete daily.
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The Daily 5, Second Edition retains the core literacy components that made the first edition one of the most widely read books in education and enhances these practices based on years of further experience in classrooms and compelling new brain research. The Daily 5 provides a way for any teacher to structure literacy (and now math) time to increase student independence and allow for individualized attention in small groups and one-on-one. Teachers and schools implementing the Daily 5 will do the following: Spend less time on classroom management and more time teaching; Help students develop independence, stamina, and accountability; Provide students with abundant time for practicing reading, writing, and math; Increase the time teachers spend with students one-on-one and in small groups; Improve schoolwide achievement and success in literacy and math. The Daily 5, Second Edition gives teachers everything they need to launch and sustain the Daily 5, including materials and setup, model behaviors, detailed lesson plans, specific tips for implementing each component, and solutions to common challenges. By following this simple and proven structure, teachers can move from a harried classroom toward one that hums with productive and engaged learners. What's new in the second edition: Detailed launch plans for the first three weeks; Full color photos, figures, and charts; Increased flexibility regarding when and how to introduce each Daily 5 choice; New chapter on differentiating instruction by age and stamina; Ideas about how to integrate the Daily 5 with the CAFE assessment system; New chapter on the Math Daily 3 structure.
For decades, struggling readers have been a central focus of American public schools. In the United States, many students who struggle with reading comprehension are not receiving high-quality instruction that ensures comprehension of text. Elementary teachers are faced with the challenge of how to structure and organize literacy instruction that ensures growth in reading comprehension for struggling students. The purpose of this case study is to explore the impact of a reading framework on fourth grade struggling students' reading comprehension, attitudes and engagement. This case study looks specifically at the impact of the Daily 5 and CAFÉ literacy framework that seems to respond to the needs of struggling students and includes Oregon state standards in literacy. The fundamental research questions that guided this study are: (a) How do struggling students perceive their experience in Daily 5 and CAFE reading framework, (b) How do struggling students respond to the comprehension strategies taught in the Daily 5 and CAFÉ reading framework, (c) What are struggling students' attitudes toward reading, and (d) What kind of growth in reading comprehension did the struggling students have over one year? This case study used a constructivist and transactional theoretical lens. Data collected include: interviews, surveys, questionnaires, Draw-a-Reader, journals, and achievement tests. The main finding indicates that fourth grade struggling students made progress in reading comprehension when they engaged in Daily 5 and CAFÉ framework. In addition, findings indicate that their progress was facilitated by certain conditions: (a) letting students choose their reading and writing materials, (b) helping student select explicit reading goals, (c) setting up a positive and supportive classroom environment, and (d) offering opportunities for students to collaborate with each other while reading. The results of this study suggest that the Daily 5 and CAFÉ combined literacy framework benefits struggling readers by producing positive results in reading comprehension as well as contributing to better student attitudes and increased student engagement. With the ever-increasing importance placed on United States National Common Core Standards and Smarter Balanced Assessments as well as the need to address the reading challenges for struggling readers, the Daily 5 and CAFÉ combined literacy framework offers hope for students and teachers alike.
Instructs educators on using the CAFE system to develop student's reading skills and promote comprehension, including information on tracking growth and how to talk to students.
I was encouraged by colleagues to write a book about my teaching style. the Mechanics of Teaching compares the analytical/diagnostic qualities of automotive mechanics and teachers.
Describes and illustrates twenty-one exercises designed to help women keep their faces from showing signs of aging.
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"The purpose of this research project was designed to test the hypothesis that students taking part in this study would increase their reading comprehension and reading fluency skills by taking part in the Daily 5 Model and The CAFÉ System during the literacy block. The researcher sought to answer the question, "What impact do The Daily 5 Model and The CAFÉ System have on improving reading comprehension and fluency skills for fifth grade students? After reviewing the test results from the Georgia Milestone, it was evident that many students in fifth grade were performing below grade level in reading when compared to students at different schools in the area. Reading comprehension and reading fluency were the areas where students struggled the greatest. To address these deficient areas and to provide support to students to enhance their reading skills, Milford Elementary implemented The Daily 5 and The CAFÉ (Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, and Expand Vocabulary) model into the curriculum to foster literacy skills in the elementary grades. The twenty-four participants involved in this study were all enrolled as fifth grade students at Milford Elementary. Data collection for this mixed- methods study contained pre- and post-surveys, Developmental Reading Assessments II (DRA2), observations, and anecdotal notes. Data was analyzed using color coding so that common patterns could be easily identified. The results of this study showed that when comparing the data during the pre and mid assessment stages, students showed an increase in their reading abilities after participating in the Daily Five and CAFÉ instructions."--Page 3