Planning literary instruction

a discussion of the curricular objectives for the teaching of literature in the Swedish comprehensive school and a rationale for objective-procedure-criterion units
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  • English
Gothenburg School of Education, Dept. of Educational Research , Gothenburg
Statement(by) Go te Klingberg and Monica A gren.
SeriesResearch bulletin,13
ContributionsA gren, Monica.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13961029M

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FAQ for Planning Instruction Page 3 of 4 Third, minimum once a week, a lesson is planned with a small group of children () involving reading a piece of literature and engaging the children in a supporting activity.

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In conjunction with the literacy standards for other disciplines, the CCSS suggest that students, starting in sixth grade, read more nonfiction than fiction. By grade eight, the ratio of literary fiction to informational texts (nonfiction) is 45 to By gr the ratio of literary fiction to informational texts drops to 30 to.

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