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Designing in Mini-Lesson in Reading Comprehension Create a mini-lesson in reading comprehension to teach a small group of students (group description below) using an evidence-based strategy from the textbook. Plan a 15- to 20-minute mini-lesson that addresses the needs of all four students in the group through effective strategies and accommodations for the learners. Respond briefly to the two reflection questions (in the template) about your lesson. Use the mini-lesson templatePreview the documentView in a new window provided in Week One of your online course to develop your mini-lesson, and then copy and paste it into the discussion forum to obtain feedback from your peers. Small group description: There are four students in this group who are in third grade. Two of the students have a learning disability in reading and are both reading at a first-grade level, there is one student with an intellectual disability who reads at a first-grade level, and a student with a visual impairment who reads at a second-grade level.

Designing in Mini-Lesson in Reading Comprehension Create a mini-lesson in reading comprehension to teach a small group of students (group description below) using an evidence-based strategy from the textbook. Plan a 15- to 20-minute mini-lesson that addresses the needs of all four students in the group through effective strategies and accommodations for the learners. Respond briefly to the two reflection questions (in the template) about your lesson. Use the mini-lesson templatePreview the documentView in a new window provided in Week One of your online course to develop your mini-lesson, and then copy and paste it into the discussion forum to obtain feedback from your peers.

Small group description: There are four students in this group who are in third grade. Two of the students have a learning disability in reading and are both reading at a first-grade level, there is one student with an intellectual disability who reads at a first-grade level, and a student with a visual impairment who reads at a second-grade level.

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