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Small Group Differentiated Reading

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Differentiated reading instruction: small group alternative lesson structures for all students.



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Effective grouping strategies for teaching reading in the primary grades.



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Smaller learning settings help our kids. Education Digest, Dec. 2001.



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Meeting the needs of low spellers in a second-grade classroom. Reading & Writing Quarterly, Apr.-Jun. 2005.



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