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As many schools are adapting to an ever-increasing broad range of learners, it becomes more important than ever to develop instruction to respond to these academically diverse students. Without differentiated reading instruction, some children will fall further behind while others will be left unchallenged. In Small-Group Reading Instruction: A Differentiated Teaching Model for Beginning and Struggling Readers, author Beverly Tyner presents the Small-Group Differentiated Reading Model, an explicit classroom-tested and research-based model that provides effective reading instruction by combining guided reading and word study in small groups, allowing you to address the needs of beginning and struggling readers in a regular classroom setting.
The following aspects support the success of the Small-Group Differentiated Reading Model:
-Every group of students is given quality reading instruction and tasks that are worthwhile, valuable, and matched to students' instructional level.
-Assessment is ongoing and directly linked to instruction.
-Components of the model work interactively, building on and supporting one another.
The chapters present easy-to-implement lesson plans and activities to support the five stages of reading - emergent, beginning, fledgling, transitional, and independent - and the appendixes offer instructions on using the Early Reading Screening Instrument, word study materials, and word scramble and writing activities.
Although intended primarily for primary-grade teachers, Small-Group Reading Instruction also will interest teachers of struggling readers in grades K-5 and those in charge of reading intervention programs. The book will provide you with teaching strategies and materials to determine and address your students' literacy education needs.
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