CSD Reading Corner - Reading at School
Many people think that learning how to read happens naturally like learning to talk. In reality, learning how to read is a complex process that requires explicit instruction in both the foundational skills for decoding and the comprehension skills for understanding and thinking critically a variety of texts.
Each student’s school has resources to support individual student needs-in addition to classroom instruction. These resources may include small group instruction using curriculum aligned to specific skills, state-sponsored software licenses specific to each school, and extension activities.
- Small group instruction programming
- 95% Group PA
- 95% Group PLL
- CSD routine ring
- Small group instruction manual
- Read 180
- System 44
- Extension Activities