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Help, anyone have workshop teaching guides?

Hi all, I am a new R-180 teacher. At my original training I was given a teaching guide for workshop 1 and promised one for workshop 2 and a blank copy. I was not given either : ( Does anyone have these? It's not the "Planning and Pacing Guide" book, but a simple spreadsheet that outlines what do do everyday and how to move from the R book and L book and whole group and small group. You can email me at gbreasher@scusd.net and I can email attach a copy of what I am talking about. Thanks so much! I would hate to have to recreate the wheel when I know someone out there knows what I'm talking about and can simply email it to me.

By Gail
Posted on: October 28 2009
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  • SuzannePuccerella

    The editors just finished a new resource that includes a chart for each Stage, which you can find by searching for “rBook/LBook Planning and Pacing Chart.” And there is one template for “LBook Planning Stickers” that teachers can print and use as reminders in their rBook TE. As for the rBook Teacher'd Edition, you should ask your principal to order you one from Scholastic. OR ask if you have a premium product support plan, and use the Interactive Teaching System - (you can find the link in SAM). Please let me know how it goes. Thanks! Suzanne

    I have searched for this chart and the stickers but I don't find it. Are you searching in the resource library?

    Hi! Do you have access to a TE of the rBook? You would have to map out the pacing yourself but it is essentially a guide for every workshop.   Miranda

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