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No More Summer Reading Loss

Author: Carrie Cahill
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780325049038
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Everyone loves summer-except reading teachers. Kids take a vacation from books and those with limited access to books lose ground to their peers. You may have thought there's nothing you can do about it, but there is. No More Summer-Reading Loss shows how to ensure that readers continue to grow year round. School-based practitioners Carrie Cahill and Kathy Horvath join with renowned researchers Anne McGill-Franzen and Dick Allington to help you make summer readers out of every student. You'll stop summer-reading loss as they help you: identify practices that inadvertently contribute to it understand the research on its implications and its prevention take research-based action with 8 instructional strategies. Building independence. Keeping kids on grade-level. Closing the achievement gap. These are just a few of the valuable outcomes that No More Summer-Reading Loss can support. Most importantly, it will help you pass on a love of reading that knows no season and gives readers confidence when they return in the fall. About the Not This, But That Series No More Summer-Reading Loss is part of the Not This, But That series, edited by Nell K. Duke and Ellin Oliver Keene. It helps teachers examine common, ineffective classroom practices and replace them with practices supported by research and professional wisdom. In each book a practicing educator and an education researcher identify an ineffective practice; summarize what the research suggests about why; and detail research-based, proven practices to replace it and improve student learning. Read a sample chapter from No More Summer-Reading Loss.

Summer Reading

Author: Richard L. Allington
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807758752
Size: 68.13 MB
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This second edition describes new research that confirms the importance of key elements in the authors' summer reading model that are essential to ensure gains for low-income, low achieving students. The authors provide research-based guidelines for planning a successful summer reading program, including tips on book selection, distribution methods, and direction for crucial follow-up. New for the Second Edition: description of the authors' related research; use of new "favorite titles" as selected by students; a study validating the authors' emphasis on recreational rather than leveled reading, free books, and student choice of reading material.

The Achievement Gap In Reading

Author: Rosalind Horowitz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317699726
Size: 43.62 MB
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In this volume prominent scholars, experts in their respective fields and highly skilled in the research they conduct, address educational and reading research from varied perspectives and address what it will take to close the achievement gap—with specific attention to reading. The achievement gap is redefined as a level at which all groups can compete economically in our society and have the literacy tools and habits needed for a good life. Bringing valuable theoretical frameworks and in-depth analytical approaches to interpretation of data, the contributors examine factors that contribute to student achievement inside the school but which are also heavily influenced by out-of-school factors—such as poverty and economics, ethnicity and culture, family and community stratifications, and approaches to measurement of achievement. These out-of-school factors present possibilities for new policies and practice. The overarching theme is that achievement gaps in reading are complex and that multiple perspectives are necessary to address the problem. The breadth and depth of perspectives and content in this volume and its conceptualization of the achievement gap are a significant contribution to the field.

Sizzling Summer Reading Programs For Young Adults

Author: Katharine Kan
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838935637
Size: 62.12 MB
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Offers over fifty ideas to promote young adult reading, including such theme programs as crime scene investigation, poetry workshops, readings combined with field trips, and cross-cultural events featuring henna tattooing and food.

Big Brother And The National Reading Curriculum

Author: Richard L. Allington
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
ISBN: 9780325005133
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In this timely and important book, nationally-recognized reading researcher Richard Allington tracks and questions the 30-year campaign that has focused on testing, accountability, and federalization of education.

The Three Bears

Author: Anne McGill-Franzen
Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree
ISBN: 9780839301820
Size: 35.55 MB
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A retelling of the traditional nursery tale with accompanying activities designed to reinforce reading skills.

Teaching Struggling Readers

Author: Richard L. Allington
Publisher: International Reading Assn
Size: 35.71 MB
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This compilation addresses instructional issues for teachers of children with reading/learning disabilities. It is designed to help redefine beliefs regarding what can be accomplished, and to provide examples of programmes that foster reading development inside and outside the classroom.

What Really Matters For Struggling Readers

Author: Richard L. Allington
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205443246
Size: 56.70 MB
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Discusses methods for teachers to design reading remediation and intervention programs framing them within the confines of the No Child Left Behind Act. Gr. 2-9.

Better Serving Teens Through School Library Public Library Collaborations

Author: Cherie P. Pandora
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598849719
Size: 65.22 MB
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In this practical guidebook, experienced librarians—a public librarian and a school librarian—share advice and ideas for extending resources, containing costs, and leveraging capabilities between school and public libraries, offering insights and strategies to overcome today's economic challenges. • Offers detailed instructions for initiating a collaborative relationship between public and school libraries • Explains how to navigate tricky political situations that can arise when trying to please two distinct administrative boards • Includes practical advice from both school and public perspectives • Best Practices section offers successful case studies and real-world tested ideas and tips • What We Wish You Knew! sidebars provide examples of challenges encountered and problems to avoid as well as hints for success