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Daily Lit Bit - 2/21/19

During reading minilessons, the teacher presents specific, explicit instruction to help children become independent readers for life.  (continue reading)
Thu, Feb 21, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 2/20/19

It is important that early in their lives as readers, children learn the power of choice. Only through choice can they develop tastes and preferences, learn that they like some writers better than others, and experience finding a great book that they can recommend to their friends.  (continue reading)
Wed, Feb 20, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 2/18/19

Fill your classroom library with many texts your students can read independently. Quantity matters. The higher the quality of the texts they read and comprehend, the stronger their foundation for talking and writing.  (continue reading)
Mon, Feb 18, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 2/14/19

For independent reading, students learn how to select books for themselves that interest them and that they can read with understanding and fluency.  (continue reading)
Thu, Feb 14, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 2/13/19

Minilessons place a strong instructional frame around independent reading.  (continue reading)
Wed, Feb 13, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 2/11/19

A reading minilesson is a concise and focused lesson on any aspect of effective reading or classroom reading work that is important for students to explicitly understand at a particular point in time.  (continue reading)
Mon, Feb 11, '19

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