No more summer reading loss / Carrie Cahill, Kathy Horvath, Anne McGill-Franzen, Richard Allington
- Cahill, Carrie
- Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, 
- Physical Description:
- x, 76 pages ; 23 cm.
- Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Not This -- I Know What You Didn't Do Last Summer -- Carrie Cahill and Kathy Horvath -- Do We Do Enough to Foster Independent Readers? -- Of Summer-Reading Lists and Questions: Are We Assigning Books or Inviting Students to Be Lifelong Readers? -- Are We Making Assumptions About Children's Access to Books? -- Why Is It So Difficult for Parents to Get Their Children to Read? -- Why Aren't Summer School Programs Filling the Gap? -- Section 2 Why Not? What Works? -- Children Will Read During the Summer R If We Provide Access, Choice, and Support -- Anne McGill-Franzen and Richard Allington -- Why Some Children Read During the Summer and Some Don't -- How Limited Access to Books Affects Summer Reading -- Why Student Choice Is So Important -- Which Books Do Children Want to Read? -- Children Create Their Identity from Shared References to Media and Books -- Children Need Lots of Choice: Diverse Topics, Diverse Genres, and Diverse Reading Levels -- Why Summer Reading Needs to Happen Every Summer -- How Teaching Reading Strategies During the School Year Supports Summer Reading -- How We Can Recruit Parents as Children's Partners, Not Taskmasters, in Summer Reading -- How Personal Goals and Opportunities to Collaborate Can Keep Children Motivated -- Summer Reading Is Not Optional But Necessary -- Section 3 But That -- School-Year Practices and Summer Projects That Support Summer Reading -- Carrie Cahill and Kathy Horvath -- Foster Habits of Independence During the School Year -- Celebrate the Variety of Texts and Topics Students Choose to Read -- Put Books in Children's Hands -- Look for Funds Within Your School Community -- Reach Out to Local Businesses -- Get Help from Professional Organizations -- Partner with Your Local Library -- Collect Books from Book Depositories -- Invite Guest Readers to Share and Donate Favorite Books -- Get More Books with Twenty-First-Century Tools -- Make Reading a Family Affair -- Book Bags and Collaborative Journals -- "Breakfast and Books" -- Scaffold Social Interaction for Students -- Book Sharing -- Student Blogs -- ePals -- Preexisting Blogs and Websites -- Postcards -- Recommendation Notebooks -- Write to Authors -- Support Personal Learning Goals -- The School Is the Hub for Learning Year-Round -- Embrace Your Own Ingenuity.
- 9780325049038 (alk. paper)
0325049033 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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