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Daily Lit Bit – 4/3/19

FPL_DailyLitBitWhen teachers systematically observe the literacy strengths and needs of all students, it can inform instruction and teaching can be powerful and responsive.

Topics: Guided Reading, Assessment, Daily Lit Bit

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