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Make Way For Readers

Author : Judy Sierra
ISBN : 9781481418515
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Animal toddlers arrive for storytime with Miss Bingo the flamingo.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Make Way For Penguins

Author : Declan Parnell
ISBN : 9781508118855
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It’s time for the class to cross the street. What will they do? In this fictional narrative, readers will learn to wait for a crossing guard and to wait until it is safe to cross the street. Explanatory text and bright illustrations will help readers learn a central message from Katie and her class. This fiction title is paired with the nonfiction title Mr. Wilson Is Our Crossing Guard.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Naked Reading

Author : Teri S. Lesesne
ISBN : 9781571104168
Genre : Education
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Looks at ways educators can help preteens develop and maintain an interest in reading.
Category: Education

Make Way For Dyamonde Daniel

Author : Nikki Grimes
ISBN : 9781101657393
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dyamonde Daniel may be new in town, but that doesn't stop her from making a place for herself in a jiffy. With her can-do attitude and awesome brain power she takes the whole neighborhood by storm. The only thing puzzling her is the other new kid in her class. He's awfully grouchy - but Dyamonde's determined to get to the bottom of his frowning attitude and make a friend. Readers will fall in love with Dyamonde Daniel, the spirited star of a new series by Nikki Grimes. With her upbeat, take-charge attitude, Dyamonde is a character to cheer for - and the fun, accessible storytelling will hook kids from the first page.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Ways Of Reading

Author : Martin Montgomery
ISBN : 0415222060
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ways of Reading is a well-established core textbook that provides the reader with the tools to analyze and interpret the meanings of literary and non-literary texts. Six sections, split into self-contained units with their own activities and notes for further reading, cover: techniques and problem-solving language variation attributing meaning poetic uses of language narrative media texts. This third edition has been redesigned and updated throughout with many fresh examples and exercises, updated further reading suggestions and new material on electronic sources and the Internet, language and power, and drama.
Category: Literary Criticism

Writing The Four Blocks Way Grades K 6

Author : Patricia M. Cunningham
ISBN : 9781604184136
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Write on! Writing the Four-Blocks(R) Way gives teachers of grades K–6 a glimpse into writing classrooms throughout the school year. This resource includes ideas for setting up a writing classroom, motivating students to write and keep writing, teaching reading through writing, supporting struggling writers, and teaching different genres. This 240-page book supports the Four-Blocks(R) Literacy Model and features lessons on editing, revising, sharing, and publishing.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Study Skills Strategies

Author : Mary Mueller
ISBN : 0825146054
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Shows how to use the practice of outlining as an effective strategy for remembering facts and concepts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Phonics From A To Z

Author : Wiley Blevins
ISBN : 0590315102
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Provides an explanation of phonics, a method of reading instruction that focuses on the relationship between sounds and their spellings, and features over one hundred activities for the classroom, as well as sample lessons, word lists, and teaching strategies.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

More Than Guided Reading

Author : Cathy Mere
ISBN : 9781571103888
Genre : Education
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Is there too much emphasis on guided reading in primary classrooms? It's a question that many educators, like kindergarten teacher and literacy coach Cathy Mere, are starting to ask. Guided reading provides opportunities to teach students the strategies they need to learn how to read increasingly challenging texts, but Cathy found that she needed to find other ways to help students gain independence. While maintaining guided reading as an important piece of their reading program, teachers need to offer students opportunities during the day to develop as readers, to learn to choose books, to find favorite genres and authors, and to talk about their reading. In More Than Guided Reading, Cathy shares her journey as she moved from focusing on guided reading as the center of her reading program to placing children at the heart of literacy learning—not only providing more time for students to discover their reading lives, but also shaping instruction to meet the needs of the diverse learners in her classroom. By changing the structure of the day, Cathy found she was better able to adjust the support she was providing students, allowing time for whole-class focus lessons, conferences, and opportunities to share ideas, as well as reading from self-selected texts using the strategies, skills, and understandings acquired in reader's workshop. The focus lesson is the centerpiece of the workshop. It is often tied to a read-aloud and connected to learning from the previous day, helping to build skills, extend thinking, and develop independence over time. This thoroughly practical text offers numerous sample lessons, questions for conferences, and ideas for revamping guided reading groups. It will help teachers tweak the mix of instructional components in their reading workshops, and provoke school-wide conversations about the place of guided reading in a complete literacy curriculum.
Category: Education

Home Words

Author : Mavis Reimer
ISBN : 9781554587728
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The essays in Home Words explore the complexity of the idea of home through various theoretical lenses and groupings of texts. One focus of this collection is the relation between the discourses of nation, which often represent the nation as home, and the discourses of home in children’s literature, which variously picture home as a dwelling, family, town or region, psychological comfort, and a place to start from and return to. These essays consider the myriad ways in which discourses of home underwrite both children’s and national literatures. Home Words reconfigures the field of Canadian children’s literature as it is usually represented by setting the study of English- and French-language texts side by side, and by paying sustained attention to the diversity of work by Canadian writers for children, including both Aboriginal peoples and racialized Canadians. It builds on the literary histories, bibliographical essays, and biographical criticism that have dominated the scholarship to date and sets out to determine and establish new directions for the study of Canadian children’s literature.
Category: Literary Criticism