By National Hall of Fame Educator Alan Haskvitz
For young and ESL readers guided reading presents a supportive and remediative form of learning to read that offers students the benefits of sharing accomplishments and overcoming weaknesses. It takes time to set-up, needs consistency, and a lot of time, but once the method is mastered it can nearly run itself if the necessary resources are available. Below are some of the best ones I could find about reading and guided reading.
Help for slow learning child
Strategies for motivating readers
Phonics and teaching reading
Videos about guided reading
A fairly comprehensive site
Most everything you need to know here from questioning skills to the time allocation.
A good how-to site
An excellent site for those just started using guided reading
It includes a full range of helpful resources.
A good wiki article
It explains how to do it and provides lesson ideas.
Making Guided Reading Multi-level
Introduces the four block method.
The Significant Benefits of Guided Reading
With Specific Instructions on How to Use Guided Reading