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What is the difference between Daily 5 and Cafe?

During literacy time, teachers teach a brief focus lesson (CAFE), followed by students choosing one of five authentic tasks—Read to Self, Read to Someone, Listen to Reading, Word Work, or Work on Writing (Daily 5).

How does daily 5 work in 2nd grade?

We do 3 rounds of Daily 5 every day. All students have to do Read to Self and Work on Writing every day. Their 3rd choice can be Word Work or Listen to Reading. If I meet with a group during a round, those students will only do 2 independent rounds of Daily 5, which will be Work on Writing and Read to Self.

What is daily 5 in reading?

The Daily 5 is a structure for learning. It has 5 components that can be taught daily: 1) read to self, 2) read to someone, 3) listen to reading, 4) word work, and 5) writing.

Where is the first 15 days guide in daily 5?

It replaces the original guide, titled “The First 15 Days,” which is found in the back of The Daily 5, second edition. This guide is just that—a guide. All students and classes are unique, so there is no one set formula for launching any system or structure in schools.

What does the 5 in daily 5 stand for?

The 5 in Daily 5 stands for read to self, read to someone, listening to reading, word work, and writing. This guide will take you through each Daily 5 component with examples, resources, and suggestions. Please note The Daily 5 book should be read prior to this guide.

Who is the author of the daily 5 and cafe guide?

Daily 5 and CAFÉ Guide Written by Tara Durning Leander – 1 – Tara Durning Leander, 2011 Table of Contents

What kind of paper do you use for daily 5?

There are many ways to do this. You may want to use a pocket chart, a clip board, or a laminated sheet of paper. I found that the laminated sheet of paper works best for me. During the first 5 minutes of Daily 5 the students quickly tell me their choices for the day and I record them with a dry erase marker.