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Re: Smaller group sizes
Mon Sep 14, 2015 18:26

She would conference with one student and the others would either be writing a piece of text or sharing their writings aloud with another student. The students had a sheet that they would use to assist the other student in guiding them to add details to his or her writing.This would be difficult with kindergarteners. Younger students could illustrate their story, record new writing topics, or work on a new writing piece.

  • Smaller group sizes - shannonsilver, Thu Sep 10 16:19
    Yes for students that have attention issues and working memory issues. The reason I say this is because easily distractible students have a hard time focusing in a small group to complete a task... more
    • Re: Smaller group sizes - byrdaw, Mon Sep 14 18:26
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