Why does the same learning statement appear across many RIT bands?

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Why does the same learning statement appear across many RIT bands in the learning continuum?

Answer
This means that the skill or concept has progressive levels of complexity. For example, a reading concept that covers multiple RIT bands is subject-verb agreement, starting with simple text and becoming increasingly complex. A math example is equivalent fractions, starting with simple pairs and moving toward larger numbers and sets of fractions.

You can differentiate instruction in these situations by varying the complexity and context of the skill. You can find this information and more in the Frequently Asked Questions section at the bottom of the learning continuum page in the MAP Help Center.

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