How to Plan, Teach, and Extend Elementary Small Group Reading Lessons

Teaching small group lessons is essential in upper elementary!

We know that within every 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classroom, you’ll find a wide range of ability levels.

In order to make our classrooms as equitable as possible, we must tailor our teaching to each student’s instructional level.

But this is no easy task! (Usually.)

With class sizes growing every year, The Teacher Next Door can help you create a plan to ensure that your small group lessons are easy to plan, easy to teach, and are easy to extend.

Erica from The Teacher Next Door Team will walk you through how to do just that in the video below!

This video is a Bonus Module in The Teacher Next Door’s Free Reading Center Training Course. Enrollment for the course is currently closed. If you’d like to be notified when doors open again, fill out the form beneath this video!



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