Whole-Group Explicit Reading Instruction Literacy Instruction Framework

Focus on grade level standards

Direct approach to teaching academic skills

Includes instructional supports or scaffolds

Guide students through the learning process with clear expectations and demonstrations of the skill and supported practice with feedback

Types of Robust Questions

 Elicitation: draws on information that has already been taught

 Divergent: requires the learner to use both previously taught and new information

 Elaboration: asks students to provide their reasoning

 Clarification: requires students to extend their thinking through furnishing an

 Heuristic: engages students in informal problem-solving

“I do it” Purpose and modeling

“We do it” Strategic use of questions, prompts, cues

“You do it together” Productive group work

“You do it alone” Both in-class and out-of-class application


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