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Independent Reading A Sourcebook for High School Students

Independent Reading A Sourcebook for High School Students

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Published by Holt .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatRing-bound
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9942097M
ISBN 100030511038
ISBN 109780030511035
OCLC/WorldCa38598915

After reading Book Love, do not try to be Penny Kittle. First, pick one class in which you can pilot independent reading. Start by helping students find books they love and give them class time to read them. Figure out how you can make this work in your day to day routines and commit to it. 3. Let them read. Dedicate time every day to reading. Choral reading is reading aloud in unison with a whole class or group of students. Choral reading helps build students' fluency, self-confidence, and motivation. Because students are reading aloud together, students who may ordinarily feel self-conscious or nervous about reading aloud have built-in support.

  This item: Great Source Reading & Writing Sourcebook Student Edition, Grade 6 (Great Source SourceBooks) by GREAT SOURCE Paperback $ In Stock. Ships from and sold by fast__shipper. Great Source SourceBooks: Student Edition Sourcebook Grade 5 by Ruth Nathan Paperback $Reviews: 2. Independent reading should be grounded in student choice, but without support in the process of selecting books, students can easily flounder. Regie Routman outlines key characteristics of scaffolded independent reading, including "Student chooses any book to read with teacher's guidance" and "Student reads ‘just-right' books." (85).

The teacher and researcher commentaries, student interviews (how kindergarten children select Just Right and Look Books), and classroom video (Book Frenzy) in Choosing Books tackle many practical issues involved in motivating, organizing, and guiding students’ book choices. Independent reading levels vary among students, so teachers should make sure each genre encompasses a wide range of reading levels. To determine a student’s independent reading level, the teacher should lead him in an oral reading by following the steps below. Choose sequential words from anywhere in a book the student has not read.


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Independent Reading A Sourcebook for High School Students Download PDF EPUB FB2

Independent reading is a routine, protected instructional practice that occurs across all grade levels. Effective independent reading practices include time for students to read, access to books that represent a wide range of characters and experiences, and support within a reading community that includes teachers and students.

Independent Reading and School Achievement Bernice E. Cullinan, New York University According to Anderson, Fielding, and Wilson (), students who begin reading a book in school are more likely to continue to read outside of school than students who do not begin a book in school.

However, research also suggests that some teachers are notCited by:   If they finish an activity or exam before others, they should read.

If you can manage it, make independent reading part of the lesson too. If you model a strategy or introduce a concept, allow students to practice applying the new knowledge using their independent reading.

Don't underestimate the power of reading aloud at the high school level. I am a huge advocate for student choice when it comes to reading, but one thing that people repeatedly ask me is: How do you assess and grade students’ independent reading if they are all reading different books?. I’ve written before about how I don’t use Reading Logs, but rather Response Notebooks.I use response notebooks as a formative assessment to check on how students.

Bottom line: Up-to-date, high-interest articles will meet students right at their level, and help teachers bolster students' nonfiction reading skills.

Grades: 2–12 Price: Free, Paid Newsela News is free, but Essentials and Core Subjects subscriptions are paid; contact the developer for pricing information for schools and districts. During this time I am meeting with small groups and trying to work with at least two to three students individually.

While I would love to conference or even converse with each student about their independent reading book, time just doesn’t allow for this on a daily basis. This post is the first in a three-part series about how to run a book club in your classroom.

The second post details how to establish expectations and create a schedule, and the third post discusses accountability and assessment procedures. Recent literacy research has revealed that choice is the key ingredient in a successful reading program, especially for reluctant readers.

I was recently going through an old folder of reading reflection prompts and forms, and found a reading log that I called a ‘Self-Guided Reading Response Log’ (whatever that means). It’s a few years old, but I remember using it first as a way for students to get ‘points’ in a reading program we were doing at the time.

Independent Reading Assignment Independent reading is an important part of our class. We will begin each class with minutes of independent reading time. You are accountable for using this time wisely. Please read the notes below. Expectation: All students are required to read one grade-level appropriate book every four weeks.

The first requirement I presented to students: find a book that you love. There are so many options for students today: graphic novels, audio books, informational texts, novels in verse, and high interest, relatable young adult novels. To kick off passion projects for independent reading, give your students time to explore as many books as.

One of my biggest goals as a high school teacher is to help my students love reading. I am an avid reader, and hit my book challenge for the year (75 books – woo-hoo!), and I want my kids to find books that they can connect with. I see the primary blogs talk about guided reading, group reading, and Drop Everything And Read!, and I want that.

This process also assesses oral reading fluency, which can easily fall by the wayside in upper grades and middle school.

You can monitor students’ reading selections and can help pair them with appropriate books. Book interviews are the perfect “check-ins” to see what your students are reading.

Book interviews are fun. -- I haven't finished reading it yet as I presently must read books about publishing, digital marketing, and Third Reich history, which are less fun to read.

As soon as I feel I should reward myself for duty-reading with a fun-read, I'll surely pick up "Switch" again, even though I am almost 60 years beyond middle school age. Students taking an honors, AP, or dual enrollment English class are required to complete the corrosponding independent reading assignment.

U.S. Hwy. 31. During IDR, the teacher is actively involved, conferring with individual students or groups of students, helping them select appropriate books, and assessing and supporting their reading development.

In her book, Debbie Miller states, “extensive independent reading practice framed by instruction needs to happen in classrooms every day.”. “When you give your students the chance to practice and strengthen their reading skills on high-quality, high-interest books that they can read with confidence and accuracy, they will make progress—in fact, studies have shown that independent reading is the best way to get students to make gains,” says Serravallo, who is the author of.

Suggestions for fostering independent reading include: (a) Give children books that are not too difficult. (b) Help them find books they will enjoy. (c) Encourage them to try many kinds of material.

Although independent reading cannot substitute for teaching decoding, it improves reading comprehension and the habit of reading. This is a generic, blank independent reading book conference or recommendation form that can be customized for any class.

I use this with my middle and high school students instead of a traditional book report. The form has space for students to rate the book. Even 10 minutes a day of reading can have dramatic effects by simply exposing students to multiple texts text.

Researcher M.J. Adams ()developed a data breakdown that illustrates how ten minutes of daily book reading in middle school will increase a student’s exposure to print by aboutwords each year. Students choose any book they want to read within a set list of criteria. (I let my ninth graders choose any work of fiction, and I required tenth grade to choose something multicultural.) Only one student per class can read a book, and it is “claimed” only when the student has the book IN HIS/HER HANDS and has submitted the signed parent.

Independent reading at school is not a research-based practice. Independent reading (when students are supported through conferring, goal setting and coaching) builds success in students and l a culture and love for reading.

I am an assistant principal in a high school and I work with professional development. Much of my work involves.a summer reading list page and recommended reading lists for middle school and high school students reading and writing tips to share with parents at meet the teacher, back-to-school, or conferences book recommendation forms current students can fill out for future students.

Independent reading provides students an opportunity to build vocabulary, increase comprehension, and build confidence, while fostering a love of reading.

However, it can be challenging to motivate middle grades students and hold them accountable without turning free reading into a laborious process for both the student and teacher.