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  • Chelsea Becker

    Really good idea during guided reading groups!! give students jobs to help each other stay on task while you're busy with one small group

  • Anne-Marie P

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Group Work "Jobs" for reading groups - freebie

  • Mary Hill

    Group Work So, right now when you walk in my room during reading groups, my kids are sitting with their groups, reading a book together, and talking (about the book, hopefully!). With that being said, it can get a little noisy and off-topic during this time (which makes it difficult for me to focus on the group I am meeting with at the time!). So, I've decided to give each person a job for their group. Tomorrow, before we head to reading groups, I will explain and assign reading group jobs!

  • Angie Ceballos

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