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FAQ Friday: Can I Teach LLI Lessons in the Classroom?

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Q: Can I teach Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) lessons in the classroom?

A: The LLI lesson materials are portable enough that you can move from classroom to classroom to work with small groups. Work with the classroom teacher to find a small space that is far enough away from the guided reading table so that the two groups will not interfere with each other. Be sure you have a table and an easel. Working in the classroom is very efficient because students will have very little transition time.


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Fri, Jun 7, '19

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