Quick View: Using Texting in Your Instruction

Author: 
Center for Technology Implementation
Year: 
2013

It may seem counterintuitive, but texting and “text speak” can be used as a fun way to help students build foundational reading skills such as word recognition and phonological awareness. You can also use texting to generate discussions of formal and informal language and writing for different tasks, audiences, and purposes, which are necessary skills for meeting college and career readiness standards in reading, writing, language, and speaking and listening. View this short video for an overview of using texting in your classroom instruction.

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Common Core State Standards: 
Language
Instructional Strategies: 
Summarizing
Self-Questioning
Prewriting
Fluency
Word Analysis
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Differentiation
Personalization
Universal Design for Learning

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