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Intermediate Literacy Stations
Intermediate Literacy Stations
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Intermediate Literacy Stations

Intermediate Literacy Stations helps teachers in grades three and up move from primary centers into stations of independent investigation! Part One provides you with all the basics and classroom-tested tips for establishing and maintaining stations in your classroom: Chapter 1: Follow the reader’s workshop model to help students move toward independence as they practice and apply literacy skills in six intermediate stations: Comprehension, Fluency, Listening and Speaking, Visual Literacy, Word Work, and Written Response; Chapter 2: Choose and differentiate activities that encourage the deepest level of investigation from your students; Chapter 3: Learn how to keep students moving from station to station as they take control of their own learning by using a Literacy Learning Plan that outlines their station rotations; Chapter 4: Start your stations and manage activities with a station rotation table; and Chapter 5: Use insider tips and tricks for planning lessons, keeping activities fre

 
  
Interest LevelGrades 3-5
  
  
ISBN978-1-934338-42-1
PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Copyright2009
  
Page Dimensions8 1/2" x 11"
Page Count208
LanguagesEnglish
Paperback
School/Library Price
$24.95
 


 
 

Reviews

Arlington Independent School District Library Services - Dusti Parker

"This book has many useable ideas for incorporating literary stations into the middle school classroom. It focuses on comprehension, written response, fluency, listening and speaking, word work and visual literacy. Printables are provided with step-by-step instructions for creating stations. Each literacy station includes differentiation ideas for all students. -Dusti Parker, Arlington Independent School District Library Services, April 2012" - Arlington Independent School District Library Services

April 1, 2012

Midwest Book Review

"Literacy is one of the most important skills young readers will gain in their education. 'Intermediate Literacy Stations' is a guide for educators to establish workshops and stations to better teach language arts and English skills to students. With chapters on comprehension, fluency, writing, and more, 'Intermediate Literacy Stations' is of strong interest to any educator seeking to do the best they can for their students. -Midwest Book Review, August 2009" - Midwest Book Review

August 1, 2009

 
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