Research-based reading strategies in the library for adolescent learners
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Published by Libraries Unlimited in Santa Barbara, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reading (Secondary),
  • Content area reading,
  • School libraries

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Edition Notes

StatementCarianne Bernadowski and Patricia Kolencik.
ContributionsKolencik, Patricia Liotta.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1632 .B47 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23392364M
ISBN 101586833472
ISBN 109781586833473
LC Control Number2009021198
OCLC/WorldCa367420880

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Integrate strategies to improve the expository text reading skills of your struggling adolescent readers. Distinguish the powerful role of prior knowledge in the reading process. Implement strategies and create materials to assess, build, activate, and organize struggling adolescent readers' prior knowledge. Adolescent Literacy: Evidence-Based Instructional Strategies - Why, What, and How (All links are listed at the end of this document and are hyperlinked to the words highlighted in blue.) Reading achievement among adolescents has become a national concern highlighted by the NationalFile Size: KB. Here are 15 strategies to help you plan a successful, joyful reading event for all kinds of readers and learners. Listen to kids’ voices when planning literacy celebrations The first step in planning a successful event is to give students a chance to express their interests and preferences, whether at the classroom, grade, or school level. Reading comprehension strategies for independent learners, 2d ed. Blachowicz, Camille and Donna Ogle. Guilford Pr. pages $ Paperback LB This book presents a wealth of research-based approaches to comprehension instruction.

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