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Strategies for Building Fluency by Deborah V. Mink Book Resume:
A must-have resource for improving fluency, this easy-to-use guide features practical, research-based strategies and supported leveled texts. The strategies are organized by grouping situations including whole group, small group, partner, independent, and performance. Strategies for Building Fluency provides teachers with assessment tools, templates, and a family support letter to support instruction. Students canalso hear a model of fluent reading by listening to the included audio recordings of all the texts. This resource is correlated to College and Career Readiness and other state standards.
Teaching the Brain to Read by Judy Willis Book Resume:
Reading comes easily to some students, but many struggle with some part of this complex process that requires many areas of the brain to operate together through an intricate network of neurons. As a classroom teacher who has also worked as a neurologist, Judy Willis offers a unique perspective on how to help students not only learn the mechanics of reading and comprehension, but also develop a love of reading. She shows the importance of establishing a nonthreatening environment and provides teaching strategies that truly engage students and help them * Build phonemic awareness * Manipulate patterns to improve reading skills * Improve reading fluency * Combat the stress and anxiety that can inhibit reading fluency * Increase vocabulary *Overcome reading difficulties that can interfere with comprehension By enriching your understanding of how the brain processes language, emotion, and other stimuli, this book will change the way you understand and teach reading skills--and help all your students become successful readers.
Strategies for Building Fluency--Reader's Theater by Debra J. Housel Book Resume:
Reader's theater is an exciting and simple method of providing students with an opportunity to practice text that culminates in a performance. This section of a professional development strategies notebook describes how to best use reader's theater in yo
Fluency Strategies for Struggling Readers by Marcia Delany Book Resume:
This must-have collection of fluency-building strategies from a reading specialist target and remedy common problems of struggling readers. Each lesson guides teachers step-by-step through introducing and modeling the strategy and providing engaging independent practice. Lessons teach key fluency objectives that build comprehension: reading smoothly with automatic decoding and an appropriate rate, reading with accurate word recognition, and reading expressively with attention to punctuation, meaningful phrasing, and context. For use with Grades 1-3.
Fluency Through Practice and Performance by Timothy Rasinski,Timothy V. Rasinski,Lorraine Griffith Book Resume:
Discover engaging and practical strategies for incorporating fluency instruction into your daily reading routines. This resource provides teachers with step-by-step processes for teaching fluency, a continuum of lessons that gradually release responsibility to the student, tips for family involvement, and ideas for community-building with other classrooms. Incorporate this research- and standards-based resource into instruction today and help all students become fluent readers!
Rhymes for the Times: Literacy Strategies through Social Studies by Timothy Rasinski,David L. Harrison Book Resume:
This resource enables teachers to incorporate today's career and college readiness standards into their lessons in a fun and intriguing way. The sixty poems that are included focus on social studies topics including US history and ancient civilizations. The use of poetry has many benefits that include increased literacy, fluency and reading comprehension. Each strategy lesson includes a model lesson, a template, an example lesson, a sample poem, and student pages. Students will be engaged in the verse format as they increase their literacy and understanding of social studies topics.
Dyslexia: Strategies, Supports and Interventions by Sandra Rief Book Resume:
This reference guide presents valuable information on dyslexia, as well as practical classroom strategies and accommodations to address areas such as: Phonological Awareness Decoding & Word Recognition Fluency Other important supports include study skills, learning strategies and social/emotional supports. Research-based Tier 2 and 3 interventions for students with dyslexia are also provided. A powerful "desk reference" for every teacher committed to addressing the needs of students with dyslexia in their classrooms.
Literacy from A to Z by Barbara R. Blackburn Book Resume:
This book offers strategies, activities, and tools to help teachers and reading specialists teach elementary and middle school students to become better readers, writers, speakers, and listeners. Written in a lively and accessible style with one chapter for each letter of the alphabet, Literacy from A to Z offers practical advice and fully realized examples to improve your lesson plans.
Differentiated Literacy Strategies for English Language Learners, Grades 7–12 by Gayle H. Gregory,Amy Burkman Book Resume:
100 ways to keep adolescent ELLs engaged This versatile handbook is for middle school and high school educators who need to differentiate literacy instruction for adolescent ELL students at various stages of literacy competency. Adapted from the highly successful Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades 7–12, the authors use brain-based strategies and texts that appeal to older learners who may have had interrupted formal education or come from newly arrived immigrant populations. More than 100 hands-on tools help teachers develop students’ competencies in: Content areas, including vocabulary, concept attainment, and comprehension Technology, such as information searching, evaluation, and synthesis Creative applications and 21st century skills ·
The Dyslexia Checklist by Sandra F. Rief,Judith Stern Book Resume:
Essential advice and resources for helping kids with dyslexia The Dyslexia Checklist is a valuable guide for parents and teachers that can help them better understand children and teenagers with dyslexia and other reading- and language-based disabilities. The book relays the most current research available and is filled with practical strategies, supports, and interventions. Using these tools teachers and parents can accommodate the needs and strengthen the skills of students with reading and writing disabilities across all age levels. The book is presented in a simple, concise, easy-to-read checklist format and is filled with useful advice and information on a wide range of topics. Explains what we now know about dyslexia from decades of research Contains games to strengthen a child's literacy and language skills Provides important information for hooking in reluctant and struggling readers Offers suggestions for enhancing skills in vocabulary, comprehension, composition and written expression, spelling, math, and more The book also provides information on the educational rights of students with dyslexia.
Fluency Doesn't Just Happen with Addition and Subtraction by Nicki Newton,Ann Elise Record,Alison J. Mello Book Resume:
Fluency in math doesn’t just happen! It is a well-planned journey. In this book, you’ll find practical strategies and activities for teaching your elementary students basic addition and subtraction facts. The authors lay out the basic framework for building math fluency using a cycle of engagement (concrete, pictorial, abstract) and provide a multitude of examples illustrating the strategies in action. You’ll learn how to: help students to model their thinking with a variety of tools; keep students engaged through games, poems, songs, and technology; assess student development to facilitate active and continuous learning; implement distributed practices throughout the year; boost parental involvement so that students remain encouraged even as material becomes more complex. A final chapter devoted to action plans will help you put these strategies into practice in your classroom right away. Most importantly, you’ll open the door to deep and lasting math fluency.
Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems by Candace S. Bos,Sharon Vaughn Book Resume:
Give your students the help they need-and can use immediately. Based on current research on the best practices for teaching students with learning and behavior problems in a variety of settings, the sixth edition of Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems contains more applied teaching strategies than ever before. There is also increased emphasis on the topics of progress monitoring and assessment, diversity and English language learners, and family involvement. Icons throughout the text highlight discussions related to these topics. About the Book bull; bull;Focuses on how to teach and how to apply methods, making it easy to transfer new skills to school settings. bull;Basic ";how-tos"; regarding IEPs, consultation, classroom and behavior management, scheduling, and classroom design are covered extensively. bull;Apply the Concept boxes allow the reader to see how concepts can be applied to learning situations. bull;Instructional Activities throughout the book provide teaching activities and games that can be taken right into the classroom. bull;Case studies of teachers and students working to succeed in classrooms are included in every chapter. Information is presented in a way that is accessible and relevant. New to This Edition bull; bull;Reflects new IDEA 2004 legislation. bull;Increased coverage of progress monitoring reflects the increased importance of assessment today. bull;Increased coverage of methods for communicating and working effectively with parents and families. bull;Spotlight on Diversity features incorporate the most current methods for teaching diverse students populations, including students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. bull;All new Tech Tips highlight software and other technology that can enhance teaching and learning. bull;Classroom Applications discuss the use of in-depth teaching methods in the classroom.
Giggle Poetry Reading Lessons Sample by Amy Buswell,Bruce Lansky Book Resume:
Sample Lesson from Amy Buswell and Bruce Lansky's Giggle Poetry Reading Lessons! Turn struggling readers into happy readers — For Grades 2–5. This sample lesson and introduction from Giggle Poetry Reading Lessons provides the research and methodology behind the most entertaining fluency intervention ever! As well as a kid-tested poem, customized reading lesson, an off-the-wall illustration, and zany performance tips—all designed to make the process of reading more like fun than work! Perfect for teachers and parents who want to help children improve their reading. Check out the full version of Giggle Poetry Reading Lessons available in softcover and eBook for the full lesson plan.
Becoming a Teacher of Reading by Susan Davis Lenski,Susan L. Nierstheimer Book Resume:
For Introduction to Reading and Beginning Reading courses. This developmentally organized, constructivist reading methods book places the reader squarely in today's reading classroom, grounding theoretical discussion with self-regulating pedagogy and providing a wealth of actual classroom examples and activities. The result is a polished, engaging book that will quickly instill in future teachers the joy of helping children learn to read and read to learn. KEY TOPICS: Follows children's literacy progress as they develop from being early readers to being interpretive readers to being independent, critically thinking readers. It weaves together a discussion of skills, strategies, and assessment procedures, and connects ideas to Interstate New Teachers Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards. Developmental organization reflects the way children's literacy evolves--divides coverage into Early Readers, Interpretive Readers, and Critical Readers, addressing key literacy topics as they affect each learning stage. MARKET: For future teachers who will teach beginning reading.