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Daily Lit Bit - 12/12/18

During phonics, spelling, and word study lessons, the teacher provides short, explicit instruction to help children learn about and efficiently use sounds, letters, and words.  (continue reading)
Wed, Dec 12, '18

Teacher Tip: 20 Tips for Working With English Language Learners in PreK

Working with English language learners, you have the wonderful opportunity to observe them as they absorb their new language. The following are twenty suggestions for working effectively with young ELLs.  (continue reading)
Tue, Dec 11, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 12/10/18

Poems provide children with an authentic opportunity to apply their knowledge of letter/sound relationships and word patterns and parts.  (continue reading)
Mon, Dec 10, '18

FAQ Friday: Can I Skip Levels When Assessing a Student?

Q: Can I skip levels when assessing a student?  (continue reading)
Fri, Dec 7, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 12/6/18

When observing students through phonics and word work, you are noticing what the student knows about the phonetic rules of English and how they work.  (continue reading)
Thu, Dec 6, '18

Daily Lit Bit - 12/5/18

Meeting a word in different contexts strengthens students' understanding of it.  (continue reading)
Wed, Dec 5, '18

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