July 16, 2017

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By Jodi Crum Marshall, Janet Allen

Our faculty has a established fifteen mins in keeping with day the place young children are meant to learn in several content material parts every day. each day it is a fight to the purpose that a few lecturers simply forget about the studying time. This e-book has very good principles to make sure the scholars rather learn and discover ways to learn for excitement and knowledge.

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Stenhouse Publishers. All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission from the publisher. 39 40 Are They Really Reading? time to pass the brochures out to students, or even if you occasionally order yourself, it is well worth it. Books to Hook the Reader: Knowing Your Students I’m looking forward to the fall. I know I’ll be surprised, perplexed, and interested; I know I’ll learn. And I know, finally, that what I can take to heart about eighth graders is how they wear their hearts on their sleeves.

I will never forget the time my friend Lee found a hardback copy of Paul Jennings’s Uncovered! 99. ” It was on back order and would not be available in my town for quite some time. You can imagine how green I was with envy. Just a few summers ago, I was looking for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It had just been released, and, having read the first three books in the series, I wanted to read the fourth one as soon as I possibly could. I had been too busy during the school year to remember to put my name on a list to get it, so I thought I would have to wait for months.

M Practice First Before we started SSL, I went through a few practice sessions with the students. I had the entire class watch as a smaller group of three to four students went through the routine for each day. Therefore, the class saw “rehearsals” for the three different SSL days (sustained silent reading, sustained silent writing, and read-aloud). As an example for our SSR days, I asked the small group to come in, get their portfolios, find a book, sit down, and start reading. I explained that students who did this quickly would get the opportunity to sit in our comfortable reading corner.

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