Guiding Readers Through Non Fiction

Author: Dave Leochko
Editor: Portage & Main Press
ISBN: 155379124X
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Written for grades 4-8 teachers and students, Guiding Readers Through Non-Fiction is an easy-to-use resource. It provides essential background information on the nature of non-fiction and how to use non-fiction in small guided reading groups. The book is filled with many ready-to-use student handouts, graphc organizers, rubrics, assessment checklists, and planning guidelines.In this resource, you will find: - teaching suggestions and strategies to help students engage with various forms of non-fiction - necessary information for implementing guided-reading practices in the classroom - effective strategies to incorporate successful small-group instruction in the classroom - plans and suggestions for structuring the guided reading lesson and much more

Guiding Readers

Author: Lori Jamison Rog
Editor: Pembroke Publishers Limited
ISBN: 1551382733
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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.

40 Strategies For Guiding Readers Through Informational Texts

Author: Barbara Moss
Editor: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1462526101
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Gaining the skills to critically read a wide variety of informational texts is more important than ever for today's K-12 students. This carefully crafted book offers 40 standards-based instructional activities that teachers can immediately put to use in the classroom. Clear rationales and step-by-step instructions are provided for implementing each strategy, together with helpful classroom examples and suggested texts for different grade levels. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book includes 44 reproducible worksheets. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. (Prior edition title: 35 Strategies for Guiding Readers through Informational Texts.) New to This Edition *Now features more strategies, including 16 that are completely new. *Explicit links throughout to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and other current standards. *Two additional strands of activities: Reading Closely and Discussion. *Numerous new and revised reproducible tools--all downloadable.

Guiding Readers Layers Of Meaning

Author: Wayne Tennent
Editor: UCL Institute of Education Press (University College London Institute of Education Press)
ISBN: 9781782771821
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How can teachers foster good reading in pupils aged 7 - 11? This book explains the way to do it. * What is this book about? Reading comprehension is so much more than just reading words, and this book explains how to develop all aspects of it for pupils aged 7-11. Written by top experts in the field, it includes eleven in-depth case studies - taken from real-life classrooms - of lessons on fiction and non-fiction, poetry and picture books, advertising and film. * Why is it needed? Guided reading, widely used in English lessons, has never been satisfactorily examined for children in this age range. Once they have learned how to read, pupils need support to develop strategies to extend their comprehension: What does the text say? What does it mean? What do I feel about it? * What is special about guiding readers? We can guide readers whenever we open discussions by exploring their understanding rather than telling them. This book shows teachers how it can be done with real classroom examples. * Who is it for? All teachers of children aged 7-11, English subject leaders, literacy coordinators, student teachers, teacher-educators, librarians, tutors, reading specialists.

Guiding Readers And Writers Grades 3 6

Author: Irene C. Fountas
Editor: Heinemann Educational Books
ISBN: 9780325003108
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Describes what is necessary to have a quality literacy program in the upper elementary grades.

Guiding Readers And Writers

Author: Irene Fountas
Editor:
ISBN: 9780325110066
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Fountas and Pinnell support teachers on the next leg of the literacy journey, addressing the unique challenges of teaching upper elementary students.

Strategic Reading Groups

Author: Jennifer Berne
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452283842
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Differentiated reading instruction: An effective model for the middle grades Strategic grouping can transform reading instruction in the middle grades from a hit-or-miss learning experience to a targeted, responsive one. This book features a practical and field-tested model for small-group differentiated reading instruction in Grades 4–8. The authors offer a clear, detailed discussion of how to position this instruction inside middle school language arts or reading classrooms and simple, effective strategies for classroom management, groupings, and assessment. This text explains how to: Balance brief strategic reading lessons with whole-class work Structure and guide reading groups consistently Assess students before and during reading groups Cue students and gauge understanding as they read

Blue Level Inquizitive Teacher Guide Guiding Readers Of Non Fiction

Author: Pauline Beder
Editor: Ginn
ISBN: 9780130398413
Size: 13,74 MB
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Purple Level Inquizitive Teacher Guide

Author: Maureen Dockendorf
Editor: Ginn Publishing
ISBN: 9780130398420
Size: 11,69 MB
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Narrative Progression In The Short Story

Author: Michael Toolan
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 902729061X
Size: 18,37 MB
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One of our most valuable capacities is our ability partly to predict what will come next in a text. But linguistic understanding of this remains very limited, especially in genres such as the short story where there is a staging of the clash between predictability and unpredictability. This book proposes that a matrix of narrativity-furthering textual features is crucial to the reader’s forming of expectations about how a literary story will continue to its close. Toolan uses corpus linguistic software and methods, and stylistic and narratological theory, in the course of delineating the matrix of eight parameters that he sees as crucial to creating narrative progression and expectation. The book will be of interest to stylisticians, narratologists, corpus linguists, and short story scholars.