Literacy Teachers: Rethink the Phrase, “Good Readers…”

Literacy Teachers: Rethink the Phrase, “Good Readers…”

If you teach reading and/or writing, there’s a good chance that when introducing a new concept or skill, you begin your lesson by saying some variation of, “Good readers….” “Good readers pay attention to context clues.” “Good writers add detail to important parts of their story.” “One

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What We Say and How We Say It Matter

What We Say and How We Say It Matter We all have the best of intentions when it comes to our students. We want them to have joy and positive energy for learning. We want them to be kind and collaborative and responsible. We want them toRead more