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Daily Lit Bit - 11/14/19

A student’s writing about reading represents his thinking about the book he read.  (continue reading)
Thu, Nov 14, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 11/13/19

With high teacher support, you can lift students’ understanding of critical concepts that they will eventually learn to apply in independent reading.  (continue reading)
Wed, Nov 13, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 11/11/19

Independent reading is placed within a strong instructional frame, through minilessons to help students apply understandings to their own reading and learn how to choose books they can enjoy; reading conferences to support thinking; and group share for further learning and assessment.  (continue reading)
Mon, Nov 11, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 11/7/19

It is important to note that learning to read is not a process that stops about the second or third year of school. In fact, readers keep expanding their abilities for the rest of their lives.  (continue reading)
Thu, Nov 7, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 11/6/19

Lessons are carefully planned and systematic; but there is always room for moment-to-moment adjustment given student response.  (continue reading)
Wed, Nov 6, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 11/4/19

As students develop, they construct and integrate new ways of thinking because you are gently leading them forward.  (continue reading)
Mon, Nov 4, '19

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