Reading reminders: tools, tips, and techniques
Do you have a minute? That's how quickly this book will help you improve your students' reading skills. Designed to be read on the run and make every minute count in your classroom, "Reading Reminders" features Jim Burke's one hundred best techniques for teaching reading, complete with tools and tips on how to implement them.
Jim wrote this book to help teachers like himself whose often large and always diverse classrooms contain a wide range of reading abilities and needs. All of the strategies have been tested and tested again with his students, and each one has achieved significant gains in student performance, confidence, and engagement. Together, the reminders will challenge your best students and support struggling ones. This book will help you: teach students to read a variety of types of texts, including websites, tests, literature, and textbooks use a wide range of teaching and reading strategies based on current reading research anchor your teaching in state and national reading standards establish and maintain a comprehensive reading program that includes Sustained Silent Reading and direct instruction plan your lessons, select your texts, and assess students' learning with tools and techniques specifically designed for those purposes improve your students' ability to discuss and understand what they read develop a community of reflective readers within your classroom increase the amount of writing your students do.
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Review: Reading Reminders: Tools, Tips, and TechniquesUser Review - Sirpa Grierson - Goodreads
Practical reading srategies and ideas that teachers can incorporate into daily instruction. While there is nothing earthshakingly new here, Burke does an admirable job of pulling together all of his ... Read full review
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WHAT TflCHRS MUST DO establish a Reading Culture
Use Sustained Silent Reading SSR
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