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Shared reading in the middle and high school years

Frank McTeague

Shared reading in the middle and high school years

by Frank McTeague

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Pembroke Publishers in Markham, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reading (Secondary),
  • High school students -- Books and reading,
  • Literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references: p. 90-93.

    StatementFrank McTeague.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination93 p. ;
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19658501M
    ISBN 100921217781
    LC Control Number92093085

      That means swimsuits, beach trips, summer camp, and loads of summer reading. We've rounded up 10 great stories for book-hungry middle schoolers. Five picks are nonfiction and five are fiction, but they span genres and topics as varied as the Russian Revolution and futuristic empires, touching memoirs and clever urban fantasies. Results. Shared reading quality scores were generally low, and negatively correlated with maternal distraction by smartphones (P Cited by:

    Shared Reading Classics Sets A & B with E-Book 1-Year Subscription. 16 Big Books (1 per title) 96 Shared Reading Books (6 copies each of 16 Shared Reading Books). 1. Introduction. Shared book reading has been identified as a promising means of promoting children's early development, particularly as a vehicle for redressing socioeconomic disparities in children's skills at school entry (Arnold and Doctoroff, , Brooks-Gunn and Markman, ).Gifting books to families is amongst the most widely utilised strategies to support early reading and has been Cited by: 3.

    After 20 years teaching kindergarteners, I am now in the middle school teaching basic skills for 6th, 7th, 8th grade Language Arts. Needless to say I needed to /5(18). Use this middle school reading list as a starting place for interesting and challenging books for your middle school child. Whether your student is just starting middle school, or still has a few years left, this middle school reading list will challenge your student’s view of the world and will lead to many interesting discussions between you.


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Shared reading in the middle and high school years by Frank McTeague Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shared Reading is an interactive reading experience that occurs when students join in or share the reading of a book or other text while guided and supported by a teacher.

The teacher explicitly models the skills of proficient readers, including reading with fluency and expression. The shared reading model often uses oversized books (referred to as big books) with enlarged.

Shared Reading Description Dr. Janet Allen has written extensively about the benefits of shared reading -- especially at the middle and high school levels. Among the benefits of shared reading, Allen notes, is that it can motivate students to read more and improve their reading and writing vocabularies.

Shared reading can change the entire. Shared reading usually involves the whole class and the teacher reading an enlarged text (e.g.

big book, website projected via the interactive whiteboard or large-screen tv) that is beyond the level students can read by themselves. Big books are traditionally one of the more common shared reading text types as the text and illustrations are. Shared Reading: Listening Leads to Fluency And Understanding.

When Janet Allen entered the teaching profession, she was shocked by her students' lack of enthusiasm for reading.

In desperation, she turned to pearls of wisdom from her mother and created an approach to teaching reading that worked for her middle and high-school students.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McTeague, Frank. Shared reading in the middle and high school years. Markham, Ont.: Pembroke Publishers, © COVID Resources.

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Shared Reading is a similar strategy in which the teacher, or even one students reads out loud while the others follow along using the physical text for support. Because the students are following along with shared reading strategies, there should be a specific link between the reading and comprehension activities to follow (Fisher and Frey, ).

Shared Reading supports a balanced literacy instructional approach. Teachers model close reading, text-dependent questioning, and strategies for asking and answering questions with each projectable "big" book as they follow a five-day lesson. The optional Projectable Book with Prompts engages students in further discussion about a book as they participate in a variety of tasks that allow them.

Meanwhile, the student gathers meaning and constructs knowledge. While it originates with young children, shared reading has potential through middle grades and high school (Allen, ). Shared reading is usually instructionally dense because it is the step in the instructional continuum just before guided reading (Burkins & Croft, ).

The Great Books Middle School program combines high-quality literature, student-centered discussion, and activities that support reading comprehension, critical thinking, speaking and listening, and writing. We provide outstanding classroom materials and inspiring professional development.

What is shared reading. Shared reading is an instructional strategy that can be used to teach many different reading skills (comprehension, fluency, decoding, vocabulary). It is appropriate for just about any grade level. What does shared reading look like.

You can use many different types of materials for shared reading, as long as all. The Role of Shared Reading in Developing Effective Early Reading Strategies Kathryn Button Margaret Johnson Shared reading is a part of a balanced early literacy framework.

The shared reading experience offers a way teachers can use engaging texts and authentic literacy experi ences to help children develop the strategies necessary for ef. Shared reading for Pre K or preschool students is a great way to begin teaching young students how to read.

In this week long shared reading plan we use the book "Rain" by, Robert Kalan. Students will work on reading color words, one to one matching and cross-checking words with pictures.

This book can be used as part of a color or weather unit. What teachers need to know about shared reading. Early years books are written in a deeper, more complex language than you might have thought – and it’s only through shared reading that their full literacy potential is unlocked.

In fact, schools need to make the practice as much of a priority as phonics, says Kate Nation. Turns out I didn’t have much to add to a discussion on reading promotion, but I had a lot to learn, and I left feeling inspired by my co-workers and all the wonderful ideas they shared.

A few tested ideas for reading promotion in middle and high school: Host a literary social hour. Instead of the traditional book club format, students come.

Shared Reading Kindergarten Day 1 Shared Reading of a Big Book in First Grade - Duration: FCPS ISD Day 1 of 1st grade guided reading lesson following Jan Richardson. Middle School/Jr High School Memory Book [Henderson, Dee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Middle School/Jr High School Memory BookAuthor: Dee Henderson. Paired reading is a research-based fluency strategy used with readers who lack fluency. In this strategy, students read aloud to each other.

When using partners, more fluent readers can be paired with less fluent readers, or children who read at the same level can be paired to reread a story they have already read.

Paired reading can be used with any book, taking turns reading. Shared reading is a form of “reading along” (McGill-Franzen, ) with children that helps them move from the emergent stage of reading to conventional reading of text.

Based on our own classroom experiences, we see shared reading experiences as an effective classroom tool. Shared reading in our kindergarten classroom may include echo reading (students echoing the words after the teacher), choral reading (students reading at the same time as the teacher), or fill in the gap reading (teacher reading the majority of the text and then pausing for students to fill in and say rhyming words or other predictable words in.

Shared reading is a strategy that can support the teaching of the Big Six elements of reading: oral language and early experiences with print, phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency and comprehension.

(Konza, ). Day one can focus on reading for meaning and enjoyment.Experts suggest their best bets for pleasure and school reading. Experts suggest their best bets for pleasure and school reading. 14 Top Picks for Middle-Schoolers From fantastical worlds of wizardry to dystopian states, these book picks are sure to hold your middle schooler's attention and interest, and keep her turning the pages.Shared reading is a central part of my literacy programme.

It works in with every other aspect – oral language, all kinds of writing – and more reading. Shared reading often links to language-experience activities – the reading leads into talking, doing activities (like making bread or experimenting with things that float), and into writing.