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Balanced Literacy In Primary Elementary School
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Introduction Balanced Literacy uses a variety of single reading and writing approaches to teach students. Balanced literacy focuses on teaching students at all ability levels within the classroom.
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Balanced Literacy Programs Four Block Approach Guided Reading Working With Words Read Aloud/Self-selected Reading Writing
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Guided Reading Guided Reading focuses on teaching to a small group of students at the same ability level. Guided Reading allows students to learn to read at an instructional level so they can gain needed knowledge.
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Guided Reading Focus of guided reading lessons: Comprehension Fluency Reading Skills Research Support: Vygotsky (Scaffolding) Bloom’s Taxonomy Cunningham,Hall,Sigmon Dorn, French, and Jones
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Word Work Uses phonics and phonemic awareness to teach students letter/sound relationships. Students must know phonetic skills before entering 3rd grade to be successful (Dorn, Jones, French, 1999). Supported by: National Reading Panel Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence Cunningham and Hall Dorn, French, Jones MRI
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Word Work Components Word Wall Making Words Word Study Guess the Covered Word Mini-Lessons
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Shared Reading Shared Reading is when the teacher reads with the students.
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