Best Short Stories Middle Level

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McGraw-Hill, Apr 1, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 469 pages
Banish boredom! Excite students with variety—drama, verse, stories, reporting, and more—all at comfortable reading levels
  • Five genres, each in three levels, let students study a particular kind ofwriting at the appropriate reading level
  • Emphasis on reading skills helps students who have difficulty with atraditional literature anthology
  • Integration of reading and writing encourages students to study howauthors construct their works and then to try to emulate stylistic elements

Rescue bored readers by introducing them to the many exciting forms ofliterature. The Best series collects superb nonfiction, play scripts, poetry,short stories, and stand-alone chapters of longer works, so you can quicklyfind well-crafted selections that reflect student interests. Best of all, we’vetailored the series to three reading levels, making it the perfect tool forreaching out to students of any ability who aren’t succeeding with moretraditional anthologies.

  • Introductory: Reading Level 5-6, Interest Level 6-8
  • Middle: Reading Level 7-8, Interest Level 6-10
  • Advanced: Reading Level 9-12, Interest Level 9-12

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