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    Reading Lesson Challenges

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    Please see the attached file for a literacy lesson plan for 4th graders and answer the following questions:

    1) If the lesson plan was implemented to a group of students including a struggling reader, what would be some challenges (2-3 challenges)?

    2) If the lesson plan was implemented to a group of students including a struggling reader,what would you have done differently?

    Provide at least 200 words in the solution.

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    1. An obvious challenge is reading aloud in pairs. The struggling readers will not likely be motivated or be fully comfortable with reading aloud, especially in such small groups. Large groups where the student had a different role such as artist or recorder might be better to accommodate.

    Students will likely encounter problems, too, ...

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    The following posting helps with a problem regarding lesson plans. This solution assesses a reading lesson in terms of challenges posed for reluctant and struggling readers. Te explanation is given in 267 words.

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