Decodables versus levelled readers
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“When we speak of building a dictionary in each child’s brain, we are referring to building a bank of syllables and words within each child – that includes information on pronunciation, meaning, and critically, spelling. These stored patterns and words referred to by scientists as lexical representations, we refer to here as brain words” p 2.
What are the instructional strategies that promote reading success especially for marginalized students?
Why not build math comprehension of complex problems with guided reading groups? How can we do this?
Assessing reading ability is a very difficult task. This is because reading is very complex. What exactly are readers doing
When working with our young readers, the way we design our instruction and assessment has a significant impact on the development of proficiency.