strategic reading groups guiding readers in the middle grades

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Strategic Reading Groups

Author : Jennifer Berne
ISBN : 9781452202860
Genre : Education
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This book features a practical and field-tested model for small-group differentiated reading instruction in Grades 4–8. The authors offer simple, effective strategies for classroom management, groupings, and assessment.

Teaching Reading In Middle School

Author : Laura Robb
ISBN : 0590685600
Genre : Education
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In this resource, you'll get the "big picture" of teaching reading in the middle school, including research, as well as the practical details you need to help every student become a better reader. Veteran teacher Laura Robb shares how to: teach reading strategies across the curriculum; present mini-lessons that deepen students' knowledge of how specific reading strategies work; help kids apply the strategies through guided practice; support struggling readers with a plan of action that improves their reading motivation; helps kids choose books that are at their instructional level; organize a reading-writing workshop, and much more. For use with Grades 5 and Up.

Guide To The Library Of Congress Classification 6th Edition

Author : Lois Mai Chan
ISBN : 9781440844348
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Like earlier editions, this thoroughly updated sixth edition of the classic textbook provides readers with a basic understanding of the Library of Congress Classification system and its applications. • Serves primarily as an introductory textbook for core LIS courses in cataloging and classification and in organization of information but also as a reference work for practicing librarians • Includes an appendix containing models for sub-arrangements within disciplines

Help For Struggling Readers

Author : Michael C. McKenna
ISBN : 1572307609
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Presents a variety of of research-based instructional strategies for use with struggling readers in the grades three through eight.

35 Strategies For Guiding Readers Through Informational Texts

Author : Barbara Moss
ISBN : 9781606239261
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This practical guide presents inspiring, research-based activities for teaching students in grades K–12 how to read and think critically about informational texts. With five essential types of strategies, seasoned and preservice teachers learn ways to help students select engaging, challenging reading materials; develop their knowledge of history, science, and other content areas; master vocabulary that aids understanding; build essential comprehension skills across the curriculum; and write effectively about texts they have read. Each of the 35 strategies features a helpful reproducible worksheet in a large-size format. The teacher-friendly appendix lists recommended books, magazines, and websites for each grade level.

Guiding Readers

Author : Lori Jamison Rog
ISBN : 9781551382739
Genre : Education
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Discover a model for guided reading instruction that fits the 18-minute time frame and is purposeful, planned, and focused. This practical book introduces a range of specific reading strategies and processes that lead students to access increasingly sophisticated text. It includes collections of lessons for emergent, early, developing, and fluent readers, as well as struggling readers in the upper grades. Detailed and comprehensive, the book champions an integrated system of guiding readers that involvesboth fiction and nonfiction, as well as the texts that surround students in and out of school: websites, directions, instructions, schedules, signs, and more. New and experienced teachers will both find a wealth of valuable reproducibles, techniques, tips, and strategies that will help them put the tools for independent reading into the hands of every student.--Publ. desc.

Exemplary Instruction In The Middle Grades

Author : Diane Lapp
ISBN : 9781462502950
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Offering fresh alternatives to common instructional practices that fail to get results, this accessible, highly practical guide highlights ways to motivate middle school students while enhancing content-area learning. Each chapter features an enlightening case study of a teacher whose current strategies are not supported by research; describes effective instructional alternatives, illustrated with concrete examples; and lists online resources and lesson examples. Emphasis is given to supporting critical engagement with texts and drawing on technology and new literacies. The book covers specific content areas—including science, social studies, math, and literature—as well as ways to teach oral literacy and writing across the curriculum.

Guiding Adolescent Readers To Success

Author : Mark Donnelly
ISBN : 142580828X
Genre : Education
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A guide to utilizing guided reading strategies in the middle school classroom provides teachers with strategies, differentiation suggestions, and practical tips for integrating guided reading principles across various fiction and nonfiction genres.

Making Nonfiction And Other Informational Texts Come Alive

Author : Kathy Pike
ISBN : 0205366090
Genre : Education
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Short but yet informative, this practical book has many ideas and suggestions for the teaching and learning of nonfiction the classroom. KEY TOPICS: Offering a fresh approach, this much-needed book mirrors the features that are traditionally found in nonfiction book-illustrations, diagrams, insets, boxed materials-to help clarify and explain the concepts being presented. Making Non-Fiction and Other Informational Texts Come Alive includes a wealth of nonfiction titles that teachers can readily use effectively in a balanced literacy program.

The Language Arts

Author : Ronald L. Cramer
ISBN : UVA:X004745237
Genre : Education
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Described by reviewers as one of the most comprehensive and complete texts to be published in the field in years, Teaching the Language Arts provides readers with a truly balanced approach to the teaching of language arts with an emphasis on the arts themselves. Written with the belief that all children and teachers possess creative potential, the author masterfully integrates essential elements of phonics instruction with critical principles of literature-based instruction, namely literature, comprehension, writing, and oral language. Cramer's engaging writing style leaves readers feeling as though they ?are in a conversation with the author? and clearly answers the question, ?How can we teach Language Arts well??

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