To help young students read, acceleration beats remediation
by PRP Group, on 06/07/2022
By focusing on teaching students what they’ve missed while continuing on with grade-level material, I believe we can eventually close the learning gaps created over the past two years
For example, in small groups, we facilitate guided reading. This provides differentiated instruction by focusing on a student’s instructional level within a small group. Skills are tailored to students based on their reading level as well as targeted skills, like decoding. In addition to guided reading, we utilize scaffolds and tools to provide students an opportunity to practice grade-level skills while working on independent and small-group rotation work. This may include a 2nd grade student listening to a text instead of reading it or providing more questions to guide students so they can access grade-level content, thus, increasing their understanding.
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