You have your small group literacy block scheduled! What you will include in your mini-lesson to address phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and comprehension has been determined. You even have your centers organized and ready to go. But now comes the small group instruction. What do you actually do when students rotate through your table? In today’s episode, I am going to break down planning literacy small groups to show you how and what I taught in small groups during my literacy block.
Eight Components of Planning Small Group Literacy
- Visual and Auditory Drills
- Phonemic Awareness
- High-Frequency Words
- New Concept Instruction
- Guided Practice
- Spelling and Dictation
- Connected Texts
Important Links for Planning Literacy Small Groups
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