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Read and Respond - linked to AFs?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by elizabeth1972, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. I'm wondering whether or not to buy one of the Scholastic "Read and Respond" books for one of my guided reading books next half term.
    They're not something I've used before. Does anyone know if the more up to date ones have guided reading planning and independent activities linked to AFs?
    Do they save time or would I be better off planning the half term's guided reading sessions and follow up activities myself?
    Thanks!
     
  2. I'm wondering whether or not to buy one of the Scholastic "Read and Respond" books for one of my guided reading books next half term.
    They're not something I've used before. Does anyone know if the more up to date ones have guided reading planning and independent activities linked to AFs?
    Do they save time or would I be better off planning the half term's guided reading sessions and follow up activities myself?
    Thanks!
     

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