How can we rethink small group reading instruction and unlock the complexities of language in ways that accelerates students’ ability to read more increasingly complex text independently?
Language structures, background knowledge, and code fluency can often become barriers for readers to nativage increasingly complex text. There are ways we can shift our small group reading instruction to explicit name and teach into these barriers to accelerate student’s ability to access and process complex text successfully. During this interactive webinar we will explore new structures and strategies for small group reading instruction that will equip students with the tools necessary to unlock these barriers.
This webinar is part of the AFT's Reading Opens the World initiative. Find more resources and webinars in this community.