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Daily Lit Bit - 2/20/20

When students encounter responsive teaching in all literacy contexts, they get a powerful message: Reading is thinking.  (continue reading)
Thu, Feb 20, '20

Daily Lit Bit - 2/19/20

Each element in a guided reading lesson is directed at helping students build their independent processing power.  (continue reading)
Wed, Feb 19, '20

Daily Lit Bit - 2/17/20

There is no script for you to follow in guided reading. The lesson is highly structured and organized to support learning; however, your teaching interactions with students depend on their responses and the goals you see as important for them.  (continue reading)
Mon, Feb 17, '20

Daily Lit Bit - 2/13/20

We are drawn to texts that help us remember and better understand our own experiences and emotions, creating links between our own lives and those of other human beings who may be far distant in terms of culture, geography, or time.  (continue reading)
Thu, Feb 13, '20

Daily Lit Bit - 2/12/20

Previous reading experiences have everything to do with processing a text successfully. The more you have read, the more information you carry with you the next time you read.  (continue reading)
Wed, Feb 12, '20

Daily Lit Bit - 2/10/20

Reading fluency is a complicated business: every kind of strategy needed to achieve comprehension—rapid word solving, anticipating, monitoring, accessing and using information—works together to propel the reader through the text.  (continue reading)
Mon, Feb 10, '20

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