SEEL Fundamentals

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SEEL Principles

Based on evidence from early literacy research, SEEL has identified five principles that characterize the most effective methods and programs for teaching early literacy skills to young children on all levels of progress. These five principles form the framework that makes SEEL innovative and successful, and should be integrated into all SEEL activity plans when you teach. The videos below will help you understand why and how each principle can be a part of your teaching.

SEEL Principles
Principle 1. Explore Learning Through Conversation
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Principle 2. Teach Explicitly
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Principle 3. Provide Frequent and Varied Practice Opportunities
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Principle 4. Motivate Children with Playful Practice
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Principle 5. Make Meaningful Connections

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