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As regular visitors here know, my students read books of their own choosing every day for the first ten minutes of class. Then they write blog posts about those books, and they write comments on each other’s book blog posts. This … Continue reading
Is it possible to skip developmental levels in reading? My classes of accelerated sophomores read books of their own choosing for part of each class period. I’ve noticed that quite a few of them choose books below their reading level, … Continue reading