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What are RBIS?
- A set of research-based practices that highlight common misconceptions in the field.
- Topics that require conceptual or philosophical changes in approach to instruction.
- A set of practices that are supported by research and should be present in classrooms, regardless of instructional materials.
- A set of practices that relate directly to the design of instructional materials AND/OR the approach required to implement them well.
The essential best practices in reading/language arts instruction are content-specific practices that are supported by research and should be present in classrooms regardless of instructional materials. In RLA, there are four RBIS that have been identified: Foundational Skills, Text Complexity, Knowledge Coherence, and Text-based Response. Research shows that these four strategies are effective for all learners. This is the foundation of strong instruction.