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  • Author:
    Lynette Prevatte
  • ISBN:
    0929895983
  • ISBN13:
    978-0929895987
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  • Publisher:
    Maupin House (January 1, 2013)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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    4.2
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Lynette Prevatte is a National Board Certified English teacher in Florida, where she has taught middle school for twelve years. She also works with the College Board as both a Pre-AP English Vertical Teams consultant and a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation EXCELerator Trainer. Series: Maupin House. I ended up returning this book. I was looking for something to help me as far as graphic organizers and overall general ideas for my middle school students. However, when I received it, I realized that the lessons were only for specific books that were already mentioned in the text and were not easily transferrable to other books or stories.

Middle school literacy centers. Gainesville, FL: Maupin House. Our reading resources assist parents, teachers, and other educators in helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. Promoting literacy through centers {Electronic version}. Childhood Education, 72, 240-242. This article was reprinted with the permission of Florida Online Reading Professional Development, a project funded through the Florida Department of Education Just Read, Florida! office and housed at the University of Central Florida.

Close Reading for Middle School Students: This package provides students with a step by step guide to the text . com: Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature (Maupin House) (9780929895987): Lynette Prevatte: Books.

Close Reading for Middle School Students: This package provides students with a step by step guide to the text annotation and close reading process. Excerpts from classic short stories are also included, as well as graphic organizers to complete after their first, second, and third read. What others are saying. Teachers Pay Teachers.

Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature. Hammon, Amber, and Carol Hess. Actively Engaging Middle School Readers: One Teacher’s Story. Washington, DC: Alliance for Excellent Education. Middle School Journal, 6 (2), 5-12. Moore, David, Thomas Bean, Deanna Birdyshaw, and James Rycik.

Turn your struggling readers into successful readers with literacy centers created especially for middle-school students. Using a variety of literature genres, from fiction and autobiographies, to newspaper articles and anecdotal records, these classroom-tested centers allow students to apply, practice, and master the skills and strategies that will make them better readers and writers.

With Struggling Readers, Reading & Writing Quarterly: Overcoming Learning Difficulties .

With Struggling Readers, Reading & Writing Quarterly: Overcoming Learning Difficulties, 28:3, 229-254. To understand the literacy experiences of struggling readers, the author conducted a yearlong study in which she shadowed ninth graders across content area classes. This book chronicles 5th and 6th grade writers - children of gang members, drug users, poor people, and non-documented and documented immigrants - in a rural school in the southwest US coming into their voices, cultivating those voices, and using those voices in a variety of venues, beginning with the classroom community and spreading outward.

Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature (Maupin House). Extra Practice for Struggling Readers: Phonics: Motivating Practice Packets That Help Intermediate Students Build Essential Decoding Skills to Succeed in Reading and Writing.

Special Education: Struggling Readers. Special Education: Struggling Readers. INSTRUCTION: The Literacy Book bridges literacy goals with phonemic awareness and articulation goals. In an attempt to be popular at school, Danny McBride creates a fictional British rocker named James and befriends him publicly online, but his plan backfires when people start wanting to meet the imaginary friend. FaceSpace (Orca Currents): Fourteen-year-old Danny invents a fictitious friend in an effort to fit in at school.

The role of reading comprehension is central to Common Core State Standards and is a priority in all content areas.

However, for most younger and struggling readers repeated readings need to be. under the guidance of a teacher or coach. This is where direction instruction in fluency. The role of reading comprehension is central to Common Core State Standards and is a priority in all content areas. Thus, high school teachers are charged with developing students’ reading comprehe nsion skills specific to the content they teach. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices & Council of Chief State School Officers, 2010). There is no refuting that the role of reading comprehension in academic success is at the forefront of education reform in the United States ( XXXX ).

Turn your struggling readers into successful readers with literacy centers created especially for middle-school students. This easy-to-use resource provides teacher directions, student directions, and reproducibles for forty center activities structured around the “Big Ten” areas of reading that all students must master: main idea, cause and effect, compare and contrast, vocabulary in context, sequence of events, literature terms, fact and opinion, author’s purpose, reference and research, and summarizing. Using a variety of literature genres, from fiction and autobiographies to newspaper articles and anecdotal records, these ready-to-go, classroom-tested centers allow students to apply, practice, and master the skills and strategies that will make them better readers and writers. A bonus pre-test skill set requires students to synthesize the “Big Ten” skills they’ve learned and provides teachers with a helpful assessment tool to use before students take the state writing test. Suggested strategies, materials lists, and targeted student goals for each center guide teacher preparation, and grading rubrics ensure all students know what is expected of them at each center.

Hugifyn
I ended up returning this book. I was looking for something to help me as far as graphic organizers and overall general ideas for my middle school students. However, when I received it, I realized that the lessons were only for specific books that were already mentioned in the text and were not easily transferrable to other books or stories.
Quttaro
Awesome Centers!
Jonariara
This book is an easy to use resource for the classroom. The set up is a breeze and the students can easily read the directions to complete the activities on their own.
mr.Mine
thanks