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1 edition of School garden, on-level reader grade 3 found in the catalog.

School garden, on-level reader grade 3

harcourt school publishers storytown

by Hsp

  • 20 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Holt Mcdougal in [Place of publication not identified] .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26612865M
ISBN 100153506660
ISBN 109780153506666
OCLC/WorldCa946949428

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Fountas and Pinnell’s book Guiding Reading (aff) was by my side continuously! When I moved to the mid-west and taught 2nd grade, I thought students might be closer in abilities in my classroom boy was I wrong. Like you, I had students who were reading 2-grade levels above and 2-grade levels below the expectation. So I stuck with guided.   “Results indicate that weaker readers, using texts at two, three, and four grade levels above their instructional levels with the assistance of lead readers [other, better reading, third graders], outscored both proficient and less proficient students in the control group across multiple measures of reading achievement.”.

The book is only 33 pages long but broken into 5 chapters. Each chapter has only pages. There are illustrations on most pages so the actual text is even less. I think it may appeal to some of my slightly older, struggling readers that love horses. It is not too babyish for a year old although clearly aimed at slightly younger s: Leveled Readers. These trade books are accompanied by lesson plans and are thematically connected to each unit of study. Instruction at each level addresses the same subject, theme, content, skills, and strategies, with a balance of 50 percent informational and 50 percent literary selections. [Levels: Approaching Level, On Level, Beyond Level].


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