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Meeting individual needs through flexible within-class grouping of pupils

@article{Unsworth1984MeetingIN,
  title={Meeting individual needs through flexible within-class grouping of pupils},
  author={L. Unsworth},
  journal={The Reading Teacher},
  year={1984},
  volume={38},
  pages={298-304}
}
Traditional approaches to classroom management are changing because of the range of individual differences among children, current knowledge of the reading process and how children learn to read, and current research on ability grouping and the teaching of reading. This article proposes flexible within-class group ings of pupils and illustrates the model with a practical example of a mini theme on horoscopes for a year four class in primary school. 
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