Structured Literacy: Applying the Science of Reading in the Classroom
Read this Education Insight by Lexia's Dr. Suzanne Carreker to learn about the critical importance of recognizing what constitutes Structured Literacy (and what does not). Find out how using this evidence-based approach in your classroom will help students of all abilities—especially those at risk for reading difficulties—become successful readers and confident learners. Included in the paper are detailed and specific examples highlighting the differences between the science of reading and Structured Literacy. This Education Insight is a great primer on Structured Literacy to discover how teachers can apply the science of reading in their classrooms for immediate gains. Download this PDF now.
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