Any reading, really. Math word problems could be used in a literacy group along with online articles or even the textbook.
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Literacy groups may lend themselves to any text- especially if you get creative with assigned roles! :)
Historical documents and news articles are great resources for literacy groups in social studies classes.
Social Studies and Science teachers could use their state adopted textbooks :)
There are definitely literacy resources out there for them to use.
Spanish classes do reading comprehension as well. They can work in literacy groups.
Making it relevant to the topic and finding text to support the literacy groups.
We use our textbooks and other readings that we find relevant and easy to understand for LG
Text could be from anywhere, as long as it is grade level appropriate, content rich, and specific to the students' reading level.
Using the Fusion text , you can elaborate more on certain topics.
Science textbook, magazine articles about science
We use our textbooks and other readings that we find relevant and easy to understand for LG.
In Science we are currently using Close Reading passages that allows the student to work in literacy groups.
Science teachers could use their Science books to engage students in literacy groups
Reading response using textbook/magazine articles dealing with topic being studied...
In Science we are currently using Close Reading booklets that allow for the students to become familiarized with those specific TEKS.
For social studies workbook are great for literacy groups, they are easy to read.
Social Studies passages are great sources for reading material.
Textbooks, magazines articles, or newspapers dealing with topics being studied.
Reading passages related to subject.
I don't know if I'm already doing this as part of my practise but would someone describe how it's being done by the students and how a teacher facilitates?
Here's an example in a science classroom, which really helped our science teachers understand what science literacy pairs could look like - https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/pairing-students-in-classroom
Forgive me the outside link, but here's another link of a junior high social studies class doing small-group close reading of the Declaration of Independence (must be logged in to view) - commoncore.americaachieves.org/module/5
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