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Can a fourth-grade class of children with varying degrees of measured reading achievement make normal progress by using one set of basic readers for all, which differentiated assignments for group work after the initial lesson has been presented?

It was assumed the interests at this level, the type of creative writing or paraphrasing the story of the reading text, repetitious language arts activities, and research in reading could be developed so that all the children would achieve by using one basic reading text.



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