Best practices in reading classroom library
Christine Grether, Corasue Nicolas, Michelle Howell, Tighe Publishing Services, Options Publishing Inc
Options Publishing, 2004 - Incas
Includes fiction and nonfiction book for each theme in each class set. Lessons provide opportunities for students to recognize and use a variety of genres, apply reading strategies, build content vocabulary, and develop reading fluency. Leads students from guided to independent reading.
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