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How to add complex texts across literacy blocks

NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2015

Educators can incorporate more complex texts into literacy instruction by including more rigorous selections into the "guided" and "independent" reading times during literacy blocks, writes Ryan McCarty, a teacher coach. In this blog post, he includes ideas on working complex texts into all areas of literacy instruction. Teaching Channel (07/23)


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