Research-based reading strategies in the library for adolescent learners / Carianne Bernadowski and Patricia Liotta Kolencik
- NCTE/IRA Standards for English Language Arts -- Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning -- Standards Alignment Chart -- Pt. I. Comprehension Strategies for the Library and Classroom -- 1. Question-Answer Relationship -- 2. Think Alouds -- 3. Reciprocal Teaching -- 4. Anticipation Guides -- 5. Questioning the Author -- 6. Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review -- Pt. II. Vocabulary Strategies for the Library and Classroom -- 7. Semantic Feature Analysis -- 8. Word Questioning Maps/Word Journals -- 9. Frayer Model/Word Sorts -- Appendix. Collaboration: Web 2.0.
- "Designed to assist school librarians and classroom teachersas they collaborate to help students improve reading comprehension and vocabulary skills, this book presents nine research-based, best-practice reading strategies for middle and high school use. These approaches blend the strategies with critical information literacy skills, helping teachers address the Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning, the Standards for the English Language Arts, and the Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. For each strategy, the book presents nuts-and-bolts information, connection to the standards, current research findings, assessment tools, and more."--BOOK JACKET.
- 9781586833473 (pbk.)
- "A Linworth Publishing book."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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