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Small Group Instruction


Making it Happen: Success with Literacy Centers and Management (K-2)
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This session will look at effective ways to set up and maintain literacy centers in the K-3 classroom so that you are free to do guided reading. Issues to be addressed will include: the different types of centers and how to set them up, strategies in organization and management, valuable resources, setting up planning boards and getting children to effectively respond to literature.


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