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Practice: Early literacy in the classroom

HomeLiteracy (primary level)Practice: Early literacy in the classroom

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SECTION 1: Learning to read and write

A brief overview of the theories of learning to read and write

SECTION 2: Assessment and monitoring

How to approach the formal and informal assessment of early literacy knowledge and skills

SECTION 3: Creating an early literacy programme in your school

The components that should make up early literacy instruction and how to design annual, weekly, and daily programmes

SECTION 4: Whole class instruction

The knowledge and skills that can be built during whole class lessons and the activities that support their development

SECTION 5: Small group instruction

How to structure small group teaching to ensure that all students receive explicit, systematic instruction matched to their specific learning needs

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