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FAQ Friday: How Do I Choose Books for Guided Reading?

Guided Reading by Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell

Q: How do I choose a book for guided reading?

A: You will want to select a text that is within the students' reach, one that is not too difficult but offers some new learning opportunity. Select a text that will stretch the reader a little but will allow the reader to be successful with the instructional scaffolds you will provide across the lesson.

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Fri, Sep 7, '18

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