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Old 02-04-2018, 07:34 PM
 
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Hi All,
I am on a selection committee to choose a new ELA curriculum for our school. We are a fairly-small, private Christian school.
Do you have any recommendations? So far, the only thing one we are looking at is Reading Street.

Thank you!


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No recommendations, but I would stay away from Wonders.
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How about guided reading ? Readers Workshop - Lucy Calkins?

I like meeting kids at the level they are.. and going from there.
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I agree with Sbkangas5, stay away from Wonders.
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Id avoid anything Lucy Calkins. It is not user friendly and not backed by research. It will be ok for the kids who can teach themselves to read. Lucy is one self proclaimed guru who needs to go away.


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