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January 17, 2017

Understanding Students With Broken Relationships to Reading

Many of our struggling readers did not grow up with a consistent reading ritual at home; instead, they were exposed to books mostly in school. What was that context like for them?

December 28, 2016

When Real Reading Isn't Happening ... Four Ways to Respond

One of the most fundamental routines in an English or any literacy-based classroom is the practice of reading. So what do we do when we give students a reading task, but we see that real reading is not happening? I'm talking about those moments when it seems like we're stuck repeating directions, redirecting off task behavior, and even struggling to stay focused ourselves. Maybe it's just a wonky moment--or maybe it's time to step back, evaluate what's really going on, and change course.

October 18, 2016

Help Students Toward Reading Complex Texts Independently: No More Training Wheels!

How exactly do we help students to be able to read complex texts on their own? Do we give them texts that are well above their reading levels and apply as much scaffolding as we need to get students through it? Or do we meet readers where they are with more accessible text selections first and build their independent reading skills?

October 12, 2016

Why I'm Teaching For the Whole Story

In the launch of her new blog, Ariel Sacks explains what she means by teaching for the whole story and why she's doing it.

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