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Reading: Struggling Students


Strategies to Support Your Struggling Readers
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Accelerating the Reading and Writing Achievement of Title I Students

Struggling students thrive in environments which are intrinsically interesting and motivating, but yet are rigorous and loaded with intensive teaching and learning. Specific supports for underachieving and ELL learners will be woven into an array of strategies which will engage your struggling students in meaningful encounters with print. Plan on a session which will integrate the arts, support state standards and help you reach out to the students who need you the most.


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Reading: Struggling Students

Strategies to Support Your Struggling Readers