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Literacy resource uses interactive whiteboard

Brightpoint Literacy, in partnership with Learning Media, Ltd., announces Strategy Zone
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Brightpoint Literacy, in partnership with Learning Media, Ltd., announces Strategy Zone, a new digital resource that combines interactive whiteboard technology with targeted comprehension instruction to improve the reading ability of students in grades 3 and 4.

Included are short fiction and nonfiction text excerpts from the Orbit Literacy Series and comprehensive lesson plans that provide targeted instruction in seven essential reading strategies.

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