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Guided Reading: Maximizing Reading Instruction with Powerful Instructional Strategies K-6


Guided reading is a powerful tool for intensifying instruction to build strategic knowledge in small groups. Flexible, homogeneous groups allow teachers to offer individualized support through carefully selected texts. Learn how to maximize this important instructional procedure by more efficiently organizing, orchestrating and initiating guided reading across the curriculum. Mary will share specific approaches for guided reading that will reinforce and extend learning in every setting.


Presented by: Mary Howard



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