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Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension
Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension
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Maupin House

Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension

This CD contains all of the activities from the original Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension book! Use this convenient CD to make printouts or overheads for your whole class, a small group, or as part of a computer lab or independent computer center. Show the comprehension activity you want your students to work on, and add any other information needed directly onto the page by printing it out and using sticky notes or cover-up tape.

PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Age Level- Years
Trim Size0 x 0
Page Count64
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Midwest Book Review

"The newest addition to the outstanding 'Flip' series from Maupin House Publishing, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' by Emily Cayuso (an instructional coordinator and reading specialist in San Antonio, Texas) features fifty-five 'kid friendly' lessons focused on the specific strategies, text features, and text structures appropriate for students in grades K-5. A free-standing, tabletop book, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' provides thoroughly 'user-accessible' comprehension exercises specifically designed to enhance reading-comprehension skills. Each of these elements can be incorporated into classroom activities before, during, or after reading. A highly recommended curriculum supplement for building student reading comprehension skills with respect to non-fiction texts, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' is ideal for home schooling as well as traditional classroom curriculums. -Midwest Book Review, April 2009" - Midwest Book Review

April 1, 2009

Emily Cayuso

Emily Cayuso

Emily Cayuso is an instructional coordinator/reading specialist in San Antonio, Texas. For more than 30 years, she has taught a variety of primary grades and has worked as a Title I reading teacher specialist. She holds a B.S. and an M.Ed.

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