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A Purpose to Read
Through a service learning grant, this educator was able to foster the love of reading for her students after shool hours. See how this tip can enrich your community!
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Adopt-a-Book... Plus!
Ms. Wargo has a creative way to get students intrested her school's media center. See what she recycles to keep kids enthusiastic about reading.
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Books on Tape for Slow Readers
This educator suggests using books on tape (or CD) for students who are slow readers. Students can follow along in the printed book as they listen.
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How to Bring a Book to Class
Students often forget to bring their books to class (and to follow other basic classroom rules). Here’s how Ms. Hoadley and her collqegues solve the problem at their school.
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Literature Circles and Book Talks
I find that giving students a choice in what to read is always an important goal. I use literature circles in which students pick the book they are interested in reading.
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Maps from Around the World
If you’re looking for new reading materials to challenge your students and broaden their horizons, Ms. Bell has the perfect solution. And if someone you know travels regularly by plane, you’re already halfway there.
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Me on the Map
I recommend the book, Me on the Map. If you haven't used it, this book is great for teaching about maps to kindergartners.
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Organized Book Themes
As a Kindergarten teacher, I do many read alouds. I used to be very frustrated by trying to locate a book in my teacher library...
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Pop Up into Reading
One strategy I have found that really draws reluctant readers, particularly reluctant ELL boys, into reading is to stock up on as many pop-up books as possible.
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Provide the Plot
Teaching students to read beyond the basic understanding of the storyline has always been a difficult task.
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