Three Myths About “Reading Levels” | Psychology Today

There have been several articles out recently about the use of “leveled” texts outside the classroom, and I am thankful for them. The use of a reading level is a tool that teachers use to create appropriately scaffolded instruction for students when they are in a small group or one-one-one situtation. In my opinion, which I know many teachers share, is that children should be reading self selected books when not in these instructional situations.

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Source: Three Myths About “Reading Levels” | Psychology Today

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