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Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades: Differentiation That Makes a Difference
Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades: Differentiation That Makes a Difference
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Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades: Differentiation That Makes a Difference

Small-group instruction becomes a strategic, differentiated tool for Response to Intervention in Dr. Nancy N. Boyle’s new resource, Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades.   In this complete and ready-to-go resource, Dr. Boyles answers key questions about transforming small-group instruction to meet RTI objectives: How can I teach comprehension strategies during small-group instruction?; How do I align high-stakes standards with comprehension objectives?; Where do fluency, vocabulary, and author’s craft fit in small-group discussion?; How can I explicitly teach skills and ­promote meaningful discussions?; and How do I effectively include intermediate-grade students who function at a primary level? Rethinking Small-group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades provides sixteen options to differentiate small-group instruction. Teachers focus on reinforcing comprehension skills and strategies while explicitly teaching students how to construct basic meaning about

 
ISBN978-1-934338-86-5
SubjectLiteracy, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Page Count240
Copyright2010
SeriesMaupin House
Paperback
Price
$34.95
 


 
 
Nancy Boyles

Nancy Boyles

Dr. Nancy Boyles was a classroom teacher for many years and is now Professor Emerita at Southern Connecticut State University where she was Professor of Reading and Graduate Reading Program Coordinator. Previously, she spent 25 years as a classroom teacher at various elementary grade levels. She was named Teacher of the Year in her district and was a semi-finalist for Connecticut Teacher of the Year. She received her doctorate in reading and language from Boston University and has received numerous awards over the years for her contribution to the field of literacy. She currently consults with districts and other organizations and agencies, providing workshops, modeling best practices in classrooms, and assisting with curriculum development. Workshop topics include Close Reading for the Common Core; Comprehension Strategies, Small Group Instruction, Explicit Comprehension Instruction, Rigorous Assessment, and Author’s Craft. Nancy is the author of several books, including Teaching Written Response to Text, Constructing Meaning through Kid-Friendly Comprehension Strategy Instruction, Hands-On Literacy Coaching, That's a GREAT Answer!, Rethinking Small Group Instruction in the Intermediate Grades, Launching RTI Comprehension Instruction with Shared Reading, Closer Reading in Grades 3-6, and Lessons and Units for Close Reading.

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