Teaching Comprehension With Nonfiction Read Alouds: 12 Lessons for Using Newspapers, Magazines, and Other Nonfiction Texts to Build Key Comprehension Skills

By Dawn Little
Binding:Paperback
Publisher:Scholastic Teaching Resources , (9/1/2010)
Language:English



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In this thoughtful new resource, a master teacher shares her framework for presenting powerful read-aloud lessons that teach students the comprehension skills they need to read nonfiction. You’ll learn how to plan and present interactive read alouds of newspaper or magazines articles, textbooks, informational books, and lots more. Standards-based lessons include exploring the features and structures of nonfiction, activating background knowledge, making inferences, summarizing, and much more. You’ll also find suggestions for choosing nonfiction texts, using read alouds across the curriculum, and differentiating your lessons. For use with Grades 3–6.
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"Teaching Comprehension With Nonfiction Read Alouds: 12 Lessons for Using Newspapers, Magazines, and Other Nonfiction Texts to Build Key Comprehension Skills"
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Dawn Little has a decade of educational experience, particularly in literacy. As an upper elementary grade teacher, she successfully taught students how to become better readers and writers using proven strategies. Currently an educational consultant, Dawn has presented workshops in literacy at the local, state, and national level. Dawn holds a Masters Degree in Education with an emphasis on curriculum and instruction. She resides in Maryland with her husband and children.


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