The reading zone: how to help kids become skilled, passionate, habitual, critical readers
Long an advocate of frequent, voluminous reading in schools, the author draws on evidence gathered in twenty years of classroom teaching to make the case for reading workshop more powerful than ever. The book establishes the top ten conditions for making engaged classroom reading possible for students at all levels and provides the practical support and structures necessary for achieving them. For use with Grades K-12.
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I'm reading this now, and I like how Nancie Atwell talks about "the reading zone." Creating this zone not only will create better readers, but it will also give students the power of collective quiet. I'm thinking that there is not very much silence in my students' lives.
Review: The Reading Zone: How to Help Kids Become Skilled, Passionate, Habitual, Critical ReadersUser Review - Angela - Goodreads
While I agree with Nancie Atwell's approach and philosophy...I don't understand why this book is rated so high. Yes, extensive reading makes great readers (and long lists of comprehension questions ... Read full review
Naked Reading: Uncovering what Tweens Need to Become Lifelong Readers
Teri S. Lesesne
Limited preview - 2006