Strategic reading: guiding students to lifelong literacy, 6-12

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Boynton/Cook Publishers-Heinemann, Mar 15, 2001 - Education - 254 pages
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Strategic Reading provides the tools teachers need to help students of all abilities make the important transition to higher-level texts.

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Review: Strategic Reading: Guiding Students to Lifelong Literacy, 6-12

User Review  - Whitney - Goodreads

I highly recommend this book to any reading teachers out there! So full of ideas and theory that is backed by research. Written well too- it's not too complicated or confusing. I also loved the ... Read full review

Review: Strategic Reading: Guiding Students to Lifelong Literacy, 6-12

User Review  - Patricia - Goodreads

This book would be excellent to give to a pre-service or student teacher, but it wasn't what I was looking for. I agreed with most of what the authors wrote, but these were philosophies I had already ... Read full review

Contents

A Theory of Teaching
1
A Theory of Teaching Reading
31
Authorial Reading and Democratic Projects
57
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About the author (2001)

JEFFREY WILHELM was a middle school reading teacher and a high school English teacher for thirteen years. He currently teaches in the PDN network (Professional Development Network) at the University of Maine and is the director of The Maine Writing Project and The Maine Technology for Teachers Institute. Wilhem is the author/coauthor of five other books, including 'You Gotta Be the Book': Teaching Engaged and Reflective Reading with Adolescents (Teachers College Press, 1997) and Imagining to Learn: Inquiry, Ethics, and Integration Through Drama(Heinemann, 1998).TANYA BAKER has been teaching high school English for the past eight years. She has presented nationally and internationally. A mentor teacher in the University of Maine PDN network, Baker has recently completed her Master's degree at the University of Maine and is a 1997 National Writing Project Fellow.JULIE DUBE HACKETT taught English and reading at the secondary level for seven years. A frequent presenter at national educational conferences, she was recently hired as Principal of Medway Middle School. Dube is a 1997 National Writing Project Fellow and has also worked as a mentor teacher in the University of Maine PDN network.