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Structured literacy

Structured literacy - an evidence-based method for teaching reading that emphasizes explicit, systematic, sequential, and cumulative teaching of all important components of literacy. These components include both foundational skills (decoding, spelling, sight words) and higher-level literacy skills (vocabulary, reading comprehension, and written expression). It includes rich student-teacher interaction, cumulative practice and review, and positive corrective feedback.

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