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Welcome to Literacy Voices, where our experts share instructional strategies with teachers. You'll find practical classroom tips from real educators, personal stories, and innovative approaches to improving your teaching practice, and tools you can use immediately.
  1. Returning to the Book for Phonemic Awareness and Phonics

    Returning to the Book for Phonemic Awareness and Phonics

    Join literacy consultant Debra Crouch as she and her Guided Reading group of 1st-grade students read MONKEY'S TAIL, a Level G title from the FLYING START TO LIT...
  2. First Reading of Informational Text CLEVER TAILS

    First Reading of Informational Text CLEVER TAILS

    Join literacy consultant Debra Crouch as she and her Guided Reading group of 1st-grade students read CLEVER TAILS, a Level G title from the FLYING START TO LITE...
  3. Returning to the Informational Text CLEVER TAILS

    Returning to the Informational Text CLEVER TAILS

    Join literacy consultant Debra Crouch as she and her Guided Reading group of 1st-grade students return to CLEVER TAILS, a Level G title from the FLYING START TO...
  4. First Reading of Fiction Text - MONKEY'S TAIL

    First Reading of Fiction Text - MONKEY'S TAIL

    Join literacy consultant Debra Crouch as she and her guided reading group of 1st-grade students read MONKEY'S TAIL, a Level G title from the FLYING START TO LIT...
  5. Synthesizing and Talking About the Pair video 2

    Synthesizing and Talking About the Pair video 2

    Join literacy consultant Debra Crouch as she and her guided reading group of 1st grade students talk about CLEVER TAILS and MONKEY'S TAIL, Level G paired texts ...
  6. Managing Guided Reading Groups with “Warm” Running Records

    Managing Guided Reading Groups with “Warm” Running Records

    Managing guided reading groups often generates a multitude of questions about flexibility: How do I know which children go in which group? Which books do I use...
  7. Guided Reading and Reading Strategies

    Guided Reading and Reading Strategies

    Guided reading is a small group opportunity to support readers as they apply known reading strategies. David Hornsby, in A Closer Look at Guided Reading (2000)...
  8. Close Reading and Guided Reading

    Close Reading and Guided Reading

    Close reading and guided reading can exist in the same instructional environment.  By reading closely in guided reading, a reader is encouraged to apply all t...
  9. Shared Reading and Guided Reading: Learning in Context

    Shared Reading and Guided Reading: Learning in Context

    In Shared Reading, Students Learn What They Later Apply in Guided Reading Shared reading and guided reading lie alongside each other within a gradual releas...

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