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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
Ms. Dewitt lends some great advice for ELL teachers with this tip: she what she advises for assessing student comprehension as well as phrasing and fluency in English and Spanish.
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Book Bag Report
This tip takes the ordinary book report assignment to a whole new level. See how this educator incorporates more learning elements than just a written review to create a deeper learning experience for her readers.
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Book Check-Out
Reluctant readers are often hard to motivate. See how Ms. Templet gets her students to take an interest in reading - in class and at home - and complete their required 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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Differentiated Reading
Teaching reading is challenging when your students are at a wide range of skill levels. Here are some tips that can keep your higher level readers chellenged and your lower level readers improving!
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Dr. Seuss's Birthday
When Ms. Cerabona's class celebrates Read Across America, it's a community effort! Read about her tip, here!
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Every Job Requires Readers
Ms. Young instills instills the importance of reading as a life skill into her students with activities that simulate real world careers. Best of all, she invites workers and leaders in the community to reinforce the lesson.
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Family Literacy Center
Ms. Coyner knows how important family involvement is to student success. Here she describes how she brings parents into the picture to improve their reading skills.
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Four Square Comprehension
Ms. Sparks shares a fun activity that targets her students’ reading comprehension skills. Take your teaching out of the box and try this mental challenge that keeps kids connected to reading.
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