Moving Forward: The Role of Reflection in Planning Literacy Instruction
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How are all the essential components of literacy and the features of effective instruction integrated into a comprehensive instructional plan? If you feel overwhelmed, this chapter may help alleviate your concerns. Sample daily and weekly lesson plans created by effective, experienced teachers are shared. Ideas to ensure time for small-group targeted instruction and multiple opportunities for students to practice their new skills are provided. Most important, you will learn how to reflect on your teaching and the achievement of your students to adjust your instruction to be more effective. This chapter shows you how to put it all together.
Martha C. Hougen & Susan M. Smartt
Smith, H. H., & James, S. (2020). Moving forward: The role of reflection in planning literacy instruction. In M. C. Hougen & S. M. Smartt (Eds.), Fundamentals of literacy instruction & assessment, Pre-K–6 (pp. 332-346). Brookes Publishing.
Fundamentals of Literacy Instruction & Assessment, Pre-K–6