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A Class Full of Reluctant Readers
If you’re having trouble getting your high school students to read and improve their reading skills, I would highly recommend the book, I Read It, but I Don't Get It: Comprehension Strategies for Adol...
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Acquiring Classroom Books
I work at a school that has a transitional bilingual program implemented in Grades K-5. We use the same curriculum as the English-speaking students. For silent reading or guided reading, many times it...
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Book Bag Report
My students do a Bag Report after they’ve read a book. They must read a book that is at fifth-grade level or higher and is at least 150 pages. They also...
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Book in an Hour
Ms. Kelm discovered a way to actually help every student in her class read a book in an hour. Her activity involves individual work and large group discussion, it stresses reading comprehension, and it’s great for reluctant readers.
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Books on Tape for Slow Readers
I suggest 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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Daily Computer Tasks
It has been my practice to select a few technical activities that last throughout the school year. I train the students at the beginning of the year and that training pays off because the students hav...
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Differentiated Reading
We have kids who have reading abilities all over the charts. Some are as high as twelfth grade and others are as low as first grade.
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Dr. Seuss's Birthday
We plan to celebrate Read Across America Day by inviting community members to read to children and their parents. We will end the evening with a birthday cake. During the day, the kindergarten student...
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Every Job Requires Readers
We have guest readers come to our school and read to classes from kindergarten through grade 5. Our objective is to help the children have a better understanding of the concept that every job requires...
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Family Literacy Center
I am a Title One teacher who recently received a grant to start a Family Literacy Center. Our center is open two evenings each week to accommodate our parents who work. Parents visit with their childr...
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