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"the following components: read to self, read to someone, work on writing, listen to reading, word work (Bumgardner, "n.d.")." This can be used in small groups or as class. Reading the same article, book, poem over again can help them get familiar with text. Last planning activities that involve using language so students can be used to hearing them and seeing them in daily activities. One thing to keep in mind when dealing with literacy is allowing kids to make mistakes. The environment should be welcomed into learning new things. If we have students who are learning a second language be prepared to put more work into activities andjust be more willing to help. Mistakes are a part of life and just be ready to support them.
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