qR5 embraces the social aspect that students seek; it begs for the choices that help students become engaged readers.q aJanet Allen, from the Foreword Learn how to use R5, a unique, structured independent reading block that encourages students to Read, Relax, Reflect, Respond, and Rap. Youall find out how to validate and support your intermediate-grade studentsa reading comprehensionaregardless of their ability level or initial interest in readingaand get your students excited about reading! R5 in Your Classroom, which builds on the authorsa bestseller Comprehension Shouldn't Be Silent (now in a second edition), provides the detailed information you need to successfully implement R5 in your existing curriculum. In these pages, youall learn how to Use current research on the importance of independent reading to establish R5 and make time for it in your busy classroom routine Recognize all the different types of readers in your classroom, and differentiate instruction to meet their needs through scaffolding, conferring, and peer support Evaluate your studentsa reading interests and special skills sets to help them find the right books Develop a workable and meaningful at-home reading program that gets parents involved in their childrenas independent reading Build an accessible, exciting classroom library without breaking your budget Plus, step-by-step instructions, reproducibles, and classroom examples can help you get started with R5 immediately.A Guide to Differentiating Independent Reading and Developing Avid Readers Michelle J. Kelley, Nicki Clausen-Grace ... The following transcript captures the types of early, less detailed conversations students have during Rap Part 1: Casey: Ia#39;m reading On the Run [Korman, 2005] ... Hairless Joe wants to kill them, so he got into his H2 Hummer and started driving at them because he wanted to kill them.
|Title||:||R5 in Your Classroom|
|Author||:||Michelle J. Kelley, Nicki Clausen-Grace|
|Publisher||:||International Reading Assoc. - 2008-04-21|