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Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature
Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature
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Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature

Turn your struggling readers into successful readers with literacy centers created especially for middle-school students. This easy-to-use resource provides teacher directions, student directions, and reproducibles for forty center activities structured around the “Big Ten” areas of reading that all students must master: main idea, cause and effect, compare and contrast, vocabulary in context, sequence of events, literature terms, fact and opinion, author’s purpose, reference and research, and summarizing. Using a variety of literature genres, from fiction and autobiographies to newspaper articles and anecdotal records, these ready-to-go, classroom-tested centers allow students to apply, practice, and master the skills and strategies that will make them better readers and writers. A bonus pre-test skill set requires students to synthesize the “Big Ten” skills they’ve learned and provides teachers with a helpful assessment tool to use before students take the state writing test. Suggest

 
ISBN978-1-934338-73-5
SubjectLiteracy
Page Count208
Copyright2007
SeriesMaupin House
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$22.45
 


 
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Lynette Prevatte

Lynette Prevatte

Lynette Prevatte is a National Board Certified English teacher in Florida, where she has taught middle school for twelve years. She also works with the College Board as both a Pre-AP English Vertical Teams consultant and a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation EXCELerator Trainer.

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