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Old 01-09-2018, 08:26 AM
 
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You are off to a good start with fluency. . . .fluency phrases, passages, sight words, etc. Depending on your assessments, you would definitely want to include phonics and word work within the hour. From my experience most basel reading companies now a days do not place as much of an emphasis on phonics in their 2nd grade curriculum as in previous textbook adoptions. A systematic and explicit approach to these three areas will probably give you the most bang for your book. For example, give a lot of attention to chunking of letters, sounds, and syllables, with the goal of blending. Word families and rhyming will help with these. For word work I would use letter cards to manipulate these sounds to build and create words through patterns. Hope this helps.
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