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Think Small! Engaging Our Youngest Readers in Small Groups

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Catalogue Number:  000150
ISBN Number:  978-157110-769-5
Producer:  Stenhouse Publishers
Subject:  Professional Development
Language:  English
Grade Level:  Educators
Country Of Origin:  U.S.
Copyright Year:  2009
Running Time:  90


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With the advent of RTI (Response to Intervention), teachers everywhere are spending part of their day teaching in small groups. In Think Small! master teacher and author Debbie Diller plans and teaches various small-group lessons with students at different reading levels while the rest of the class works independently at literacy work stations. Teachers learn how to form groups, organize for small-group instruction, choose books, write lesson plans, and support student independence so they can teach more effectively in small groups with young readers.

Think Small! is ideal for professional study groups or staff development programs designed to help teachers deliver more focused small group instruction. The program includes an extensive viewing guide with questions, work samples, and reproducibles for groups.
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