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Engage Striving Students in the Common Core Classroom
Engage Striving Students in the Common Core Classroom
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Engage Striving Students in the Common Core Classroom

Make reading intervention engaging and effective for striving adolescent students. Thirty-five activities focus on phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension and are aligned with the College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards from the Common Core State Standards addressing literature and informational text, foundational reading skills, vocabulary, and speaking and listening. Step-by-step directions, materials lists, Common Core standards, variations for differentiated instruction, and reproducibles are included for each activity, and alternative assessment ideas, a reading interest survey, student reading suggestions by genre, and a cross-reference guide to the standards and activities complete this well-rounded resource.

BrandCapstone Professional
Age Level- Years
Trim Size8 1/2 x 11
Page Count152



Library Media Connection (LMC) and American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)

LMC/ARBA Best of Reference 2013 Awards

June 1, 2014

Jane Feber

Jane Feber

As a middle-school language arts teacher for 36 years, Jane Feber’s innovative approach to language arts instruction has earned her several awards, including the Gladys Prior Award for Teaching Excellence in 2002 and the 2003 Teacher of the Year for Florida Council of Teachers of English. She was a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Early Adolescent English/Language Arts. She earned a Master’s in reading from the University of North Florida. Jane lives in Steinhatchee, Florida, where she substitutes as often as possible at the local elementary, middle, and high schools. Since 1997, she has traveled across the U.S. doing workshops and presenting at conferences. She is the recipient of the 2006 NCTE Edwin A. Hoey Award and the 2008 AMLE Distinguished Educator.

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