When you scaffold learning experiences you are providing support for your students (e.g. when learning to write a sentence, using a sentence frame such as "I see a ____" and letting them fill in the last word). As you move into less scaffolding/different scaffolding you will also (ideally) be releasing responsibility to the students in different areas (having them formulate their own sentence, perhaps using a word wall).
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