Making the Most of Small Groups

Differentiation for All

In her previous books, Debbie Diller showed teachers how to productively occupy the “rest of the class” while meeting with small groups. Now Debbie turns her attention to the groups themselves and the teacher's role in small-group instruction. This practical book grapples with difficult questions regarding small-group instruction in elementary classrooms.

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In her previous books, Literacy Work Stations and Practice with Purpose, Debbie Diller showed teachers how to productively occupy the “rest of the class” while meeting with small groups. Now Debbie turns her attention to the groups themselves and the teacher's role in small-group instruction. Making the Most of Small Groups grapples with difficult questions regarding small-group instruction in elementary classrooms such as:

About the Author(s)

Debbie Diller, a national educational consultant and popular conference speaker, lives in Houston, Texas. Debbie uses her experience of over 40 years as a classroom teacher, Title I reading specialist, and literacy coach to teach others about sensible, realistic ways to meet the literacy needs of all students in the classroom.

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Acknowledgments
1. Time
2. Organizing
3. Grouping
4. Comprehension
5. Fluency
6. Phonemic Awareness
7. Phonics
8. Vocabulary
Appendix A: Organizing
Appendix B: Grouping
Appendix C: Comprehension
Appendix D: Fluency
Appendix E: Phonemic Awarenes
Appendix F: Phonics
Appendix G. Vocabulary
References

Product Details

Grade Range: K-3
Media: 232 pp/paper
Year: 2007
Item No: 0431
ISBN: 978-1-57110-431-1

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