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FAQ Friday: How Do I Group Students Who Are at the Same Level but Have Different Needs?

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Q: How do I group students who are at the same level but have different needs?

A: This will inevitably happen because students will have slightly different needs. But you are working to place small groups of students together whom a particular reading level is appropriate. If that is true, then you can begin with lessons and books on a level. You can fine-tune your interactions with them during the lesson to account for their different needs. Most of the time, however, students have multiple needs, and those will change from week to week. As with all teaching, observation is key.

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Fri, Sep 21, '18

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