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Reading Universe highlights great teaching from across the country, as in this video featuring DeAngela Huggins and her first graders at Burgess-Peterson Academy in Atlanta. They're working on segmenting words into phonemes.
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When students mispronounce a word, when and how should I address that?
Antonio Fierro, an ESL/Bilingual specialist and distinguished reading teacher, provides a thoughtful video response to this important question. (2:43)
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