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The Textmapping Project
A resource for teachers improving reading comprehension skills instruction

Lesson Planning Guides

The following lesson guides are currently available. As we add more, they will be listed here (added explanation below):

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Bullet point All of this work is in response to user interest, and for that we are grateful. We truely appreciate your interest, as well as your offers to work with us to create new lesson guides. Read how you can collaborate with us.

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