Guided Reading Lesson Plans

Students may need extra assistance with reading instruction for a variety of reasons, including speaking English as a second language, having an attention disorder, or having a learning disability. Teachers can develop guided reading lesson plans using materials about reading intervention strategies and specific works, such as Window, A Boy Called Slow, and A Likely Place. There are lesson plans emphasizing reading aloud, such as the guided reading lesson plan for A Bad Case of Stripes, to further help young students progress with their reading skills.
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