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literacy centers
Old 06-06-2012, 02:59 PM
 
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I want to run my centers in a different way next year. Right now, I do four rotations daily. Students visit the teacher's table for guided reading, they independently read at their desks, they work in a poetry station, and they do a journal response. While these things are great, I find it a little boring and I want to differentiate a little better. Some students need practice with letter sounds, fluency, etc. So I want to have centers that address this. What I need help with is knowing how to manage all of this. I've seen some people put pictures of kids up next to certain centers. But, how do you decide how often a person should visit a center? How do you make sure that they don't miss out on the essentials? (Journal response is non negotiable at my school.) Actually, I think in typing this out, I can answer my own question about that one, but I still want to hear some input. Can you help?


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