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Oral Reading Fluency Passages Generator | Teacher Resources | Intervention Central

Oral Reading Fluency Passages Generator | Teacher Resources | Intervention Central | High School reading | Scoop.it
Intervention Central offers free teacher resources including the oral reading fluency passages generator for educators and classroom leaders to use in classroom management

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Melissa Jenkins 's curator insight, August 29, 2013 10:21 AM

great resource to use for fluency you can drop in any reading passage 

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8 Awesome Apps for Teaching Reading

8 Awesome Apps for Teaching Reading | High School reading | Scoop.it


Teaching kids to read is a big job. Not only does it take a lot of time and patience, it also takes a lot of resources. These 8 awesome educational apps should be added to every reading teacher’s resource collection. From fluency finders to resources to help find the right books for students, they are designed to make teaching reading a little easier.


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Reading texts: note taking, marking and underlining

Techniques and strategies for reading text books: note taking, marking and underlining

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Close Reading - Infographic

Close Reading - Infographic | High School reading | Scoop.it
Get kids to engage with what they’re reading on a deeper level: to ask questions about what they notice, and to answer those questions based on what’s in the text.

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Planning Text-Dependent Questions

Planning Text-Dependent Questions | High School reading | Scoop.it

The Common Core emphasizes close reading and text-dependent questions. So what are text-dependent questions, and how can teachers develop them?


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Close Reading Strategies with Informational Text by Expeditionary Learning | EngageNY

Close Reading Strategies with Informational Text by Expeditionary Learning | EngageNY | High School reading | Scoop.it

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Students Cite Evidence from Informational and Literary Text - Common Core Literacy

Julia St. Martin's 10th grade ELA class at the Springfield Renaissance School in Springfield, MA uses a fishbowl protocol to practice citing evidence from informational…

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Dr. Dea Conrad-Curry's curator insight, June 5, 2013 10:14 PM

I often talk with teachers about using the "fish bowl" approach for Socratic type discussions. I've practiced this structure with teachers, but I really appreciate having a video to take back to teachers so they can see how students CAN make this happen!

Fitch Kimberly's curator insight, July 13, 2013 9:41 PM

I definitely want to encourage my students to use textual evidence and increase discussion in my classes this year.  

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Information Fluency: Index of resources for teaching about Bias

Information Fluency:  Index of resources for teaching about Bias | High School reading | Scoop.it

Do you know one sided and unfair information when you see it?

 

Anyone can publish a web page. Groups that publish websites may ignore other points of view or even use propaganda techniques to twist ideas.

 

Can you find proof of unfairness on a webpage?

 

This archive of information includes online flash based games that help the user learn to detect bias in digital information.


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ESL Games and Game Board

ESL Games and Game Board | High School reading | Scoop.it
Game boards for communicative ESL classes.

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Close Reading: Answer Frames

Close Reading: Answer Frames | High School reading | Scoop.it

Answer Frames

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When asking and answering questions about literature, language learners may need support to cite the specific evidence that supports conclusions or inferences.  After reading a text the laminated frames can be used as a whole class model and a volunteer can fill in the blanks with dry erase marker or individual students can use the frames when working in a small group or in pairs.  They are a good tool to scaffold speaking and writing in literature discussions.  The larger text size can make it easier for language learners to utilize the tool.


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What is Close Reading?

What is Close Reading? | High School reading | Scoop.it
If you have been keeping up with the Common Core, in particular ELA, you have heard the term close reading a few times and may have asked “what is close reading?” In the last year I’ve participated...

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Close Reading: Making a claim using two texts with similar themes | EngageNY

Close Reading: Making a claim using two texts with similar themes | EngageNY | High School reading | Scoop.it

Grade 5 ELA Common Core Instruction: Making a claim using two texts with similar themes

 Created on: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Grade: Intermediate and Fifth Grade Subject: English Language Arts 


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Dr. Dea Conrad-Curry's curator insight, May 22, 2013 6:31 PM

I've watched a number of the videos uploaded by various groups as a means to support close reading in the classroom. Some are okay but this one, in my opinion is excellent. Although it is fifth graders, the work they are doing and their willingness to do it would show a high school group proud! In other words, this video could easily be shown to upper level teachers as a model.

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Teaching Channel: Using Multiple Texts to Make Connections in Student Led Conversation

Teaching Channel: Using Multiple Texts to Make Connections in Student Led Conversation | High School reading | Scoop.it

Pinwheel Discussions put students in roles where they are  likely to engage and be able to effectively discuss readings and make connections across multiple texts.


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Are these sentences correct? And other ELT/ESL exercises

Are these sentences correct? And other ELT/ESL exercises | High School reading | Scoop.it
Collection of free English language tests. Check Your English with our quizzes. Are these sentences correct Test

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