Flipping the English Language Arts and Literacy Classroom
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English Language Arts and Literacy (ELA–L) encompasses reading of literature, informational texts, and developing foundational skills, as well as writing, speaking, and listening, and language. When considering flipping the ELA–L classroom, it is important to understand the complexity and scaffolded nature of the individual skills or components throughout K–12.
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