Scott Foresman(R) Leveled Readers for Grade 2
Reading Street Leveled Readers are integral to providing
differentiated instruction support. Reading Street Leveled Readers
are available in print and online in the Scott Foresman Leveled
Reader Database. Leveled Readers develop and deepen the
understanding of the Unit Concept and Big Question. They allow for
customization of vocabulary, and comprehension strategy and skill
instruction to match student's instructional and, or independent
Concept Literacy Readers These readers support and extend the
unit concept. They are available each week to reinforce and build
background for the weekly and unit concepts. They are leveled 2
years below grade level. The text is repetitive; and there is a
strong text to picture match.
Below-Level Readers These readers support and extend the unit
and weekly concept. They contain the same weekly tested vocabulary;
and teachers can use this text to teach the same comprehension
skill and strategy as the weekly selection in Reading Street. These
readers range from1 to 11/2 levels below grade level.
On-Level Readers These readers support and extend the unit and
weekly concept. They contain the same weekly tested vocabulary; and
teachers can use this text to teach the same comprehension skill
and strategy as the weekly selection in Reading Street. These
readers are 1/2 level below grade level.
Advanced Level Readers These readers develop and extend the
unit and weekly concept. Teachers can use this text to extend the
weekly vocabulary and comprehension skills and strategies. These
readers are 1 to 2 levels above grade level.
Pearson Scott Foresman
|Country of origin:
||229 x 152 x 11mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
Social sciences >
Primary / junior schools
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