Text sets: One way to flex your grouping--in first grade too!

Optiz, Michael F.
April 1998
Reading Teacher;Apr98, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p622
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of text sets as a means to group first grade children to teach reading. Definition of text sets; Reason for using text sets; Applications; Preparations.


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