weekly anecdotal itinerary



Modified Itinerary and report card for a literacy program              Date:                           Record  (Name of Student)
Name of Mentor
Day of week
lesson activities
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Monday
Read
Vocab
skill
Students take out their (list level here in bold) reading or pick a new reading from the desk collection.  Record the title/ date on the reading log in the folder.
Read aloud to Mentor
- Take out vocabulary words from the pocket. Record vocabulary level, # and date on the log.  Review vocabulary with mentor.  Mentor should use the strategies suggested.
- Find word wheel worksheet at the front of the room.  Choose one vocabulary word and begin with any of the wheel requirements: use of dictionary definition. Develop your own definition, illustrate the word.  Write a sentence.


Tuesday
Read
Vocab
skill
- Take out vocabulary words from the pocket. Record vocabulary level, # and date on the log.  Review vocabulary with mentor.  Mentor should use the strategies suggested.
- Use the vocabulary worksheet in the folder.  Fill in the blank in each sentence with reviewed vocabulary words.
- gaming! Engage in the board game with your mentor.


Wednesday
Read
Vocab
Skill
Quick practice
Students take out their (list level here in bold) reading or pick a new reading from the desk collection.  Record the title/ date on the reading log in the folder.
Read aloud to Mentor
Utilize reading comprehension cards from the kits at the front of the room.  Record reading comprehension questions and activities in your comprehension journal.


Thursday
Read
Vocab
skill
Students go to the vocabulary wall to choose new vocabulary words.  Record the level, # and date on the log. Review vocabulary with mentor.  Mentor should use the strategies suggested.
Choose a Read to Me book from the book shelf.  Listen to the Mentor read.  Work with the mentor to describe the book in one good sentence.  Fill out the personal bibliography sheet with the mentor.
Reread your reading choice to your mentor.  Record the reading on the reading log.


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