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Roles for Literature Circles

Structure, Lesson Planning, Student Engagement

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Teacher April Taitt uses roles for students to learn, engage, and lead in discussions so they're prepared for their engagement.

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  • Private message to Liliana Ornelas

This was very welled planned.

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  • Private message to Modise Phanuel Tshetlha

Would like to have more guides

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  • Private message to John Biafore

This was a very well planned out class.

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  • Private message to Schwarren Williams

I loved how engaging the class were. They were interacting with one another and having deep discussion about the reading.

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  • Private message to Francis Euceda

I love this class and like the way that the teacher has arranged assignments for students.  I think it is a good idea especially in the grade level that understand the value of having team work and being a team leader.  I think that this class is very organized and I love how the teacher has already prepared her students for learning.

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Corona Arts And Sciences Academy
9811 44th Avenue
Queens NY 11368
Population: 305

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