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Effective reading instructional practices

Iyi nyoborabarezi igamije gufasha abarezi (,Teachers,mentors, SEOs, DEOs, …) bahurira ku rubuga rwa TCOP kubaka ubumenyi n’ubushobozi bwabo ku bijyanye n’imyigishirize yo gusoma no kwandika kandi ibashishikariza gufasha abarimu b’Ikinyarwanda mu ishyirwa mu bikorwa ry’ izi ingingo 8 zavuzwe haruguru ku mashuri yabo."

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Ten ideas to transform instruction in reading and heighten literacy for all students are offered in this booklet. The principles and ideas presented are interrelated and build one upon the other.

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This short guide helps teachers infuse into their curriculum with several simple but powerful principles of developmental reading instruction.  

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Supplimentary reader for P1 English class (Term 3) produced by L3 project to compliment the in-class audio lessons and for take-home reading practice. Contains 10 short stories and an illustrated alphabet chart.

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The aim of the guide is to introduce Rwandan teachers to the importance of using written material and books in the classroom to improve student learning. It shares suggestions for creating a print-rich classroom and guides teachers in the effective use of books, particularly teacher read alouds and independant student reading. Finally, the guide includes some suggestions for, including organising, displaying and caring for books.

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The aim of the guide is to introduce Rwandan teachers to the importance of using written material and books in the classroom to improve student learning. It shares suggestions for creating a print-rich classroom and guides teachers in the effective use of books, particularly teacher read alouds and independant student reading.  Finally, the guide includes some suggestions for, including organising, displaying and caring for books. 

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