qOne thing that can be said louder is that Debby Murphy understands the secrets to establishing reflective, eager readers. Anyone who has been fortunate enough to hear Debby speak can't help but be inspired by her passion for helping students understand nonfiction text. You Can't Just Say It Louder! Differentiated Strategies for Comprehending Nonfiction features practical advice, engaging activities, and, most importantly, effective strategies for busy teachers. As a former teacher, I found the qDifferentiation Notesq sections particularly helpful with easy-to-follow ideas that meet the needs of diverse learners. From the above-grade-level students to the struggling readers, Debby pinpoints a variety of tools that encourage all students to grow as readers of nonfiction. Now that's differentiation at its best.q---Wendy Conklin, M.A., author of Applying Differentiation Strategies From acclaimed professional development specialist Debby Murphy, this dynamic book provides the foundation you need to confidently and successfully teach comprehension to a diverse population of students. With classroom-tested models for differentiating instruction, Debby outlines the steps you need to captivate your students' interest with innovative strategies that increase comprehension. Debby's friendly, conversational style makes this professional development resource fun and easy-to-read, and best of all, it leaves you feeling empowered, equipped, and excited to implement the strategies she shares.(Hummingbird turns and faces audience.) ... (Hummingbird takes the beak and pretends to drink fiom a flower. ) ... almost completely under the water, or submerged, so his preyahis foodawona#39;t see him and neither will his enemies, or predators. ... This butterfly does not want to become a birda#39;s prey and be eaten for dinner!
|Title||:||You Can't Just Say It Louder! Differentiated Strategies for Comprehending Nonfiction|
|Publisher||:||Shell Education - 2009-11|