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Reading to the Core: Learning to Read Closely, Critically, and Generatively to Meet Performance Tasks
Reading to the Core: Learning to Read Closely, Critically, and Generatively to Meet Performance Tasks
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Capstone Professional

Reading to the Core: Learning to Read Closely, Critically, and Generatively to Meet Performance Tasks

Close, critical, and generative reading can be broken down into five key questions that a strategic reader must answer: What does the text say? How does the author say it? What does the text mean? What does it mean to me? What insights can I now gain? In this resource, the authors show that insight into these questions is the key to comprehending text. The authors provide tools such as mining charts, assessments, progress monitoring charts, and rubrics to strengthen the teaching and use of strategies including guided highlighted reading for craft, finding the element of argument in text, reading multiple texts for theme, and evaluating visual text. A culminating chapter provides a blueprint for creating a literacy action plan for classroom, school, and district that highlights students’ growth and documents teacher effectiveness.

 
Dewey418'.4071
  
Interest LevelGrades 4-12
  
  
ISBN978-1-62521-522-2
BrandCapstone Professional
Copyright2014
  
Page Dimensions8 1/2" x 11"
Page Count160
LanguagesEnglish
Paperback
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$24.95
 


 
 

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Teacher Librarian, "Resources for the Teacher Librarian" - Betty Marcoux

"The four/five essential questions are good ones, applying both to nonfiction as well as fiction. They mirror many information literacy questions. The most interesting part of this book is the collection of tools used for both formative and summative assessments and evaluations. These can be used with more than reading." - Teacher Librarian, "Resources for the Teacher Librarian"

April 1, 2014

 
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