Research indicates that children need more than classroom instruction to become proficient readers. Unfortunately, few parents realize how simple, everyday practices can build a lifelong love of reading. Educators, diligent with employing mandatory literacy standards, may overlook families and support systems as tools for improving student performance. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the various methods of reading instruction, analyzing the pedagogy behind Sustained Silent Reading (SSR), the importance of reading aloud to children, and the necessity of working the home-school connection. For the Love of Reading: Guide to Ka8 Reading Promotions provides strategies and tips for setting up successful reading environments for children, including having a well-stocked library collection; engaging students through book clubs, reading lists, and prepared book talks; and involving student and adult volunteers. The author asserts that the entire school communityateachers, librarians, parents, caregivers, and administratorsamust work together to promote literacy.... tips, 100; vendors, 105; websites, 105 Beary Special Readers, 1a17; buttons, 4 ; forms and templates, 10a17; goals, 1a2; ... Mock Newbery Book Club, 48a49; One Book One School Community Read, 81; Reading Lunch, 36a37, 43a44 Bookanbsp;...
|Title||:||For the Love of Reading: Guide to K-8 Reading Promotions|
|Author||:||Nancy L. Baumann|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2013-10-17|