How can teachers get great answers to open-ended comprehension questions from the students who need help the most?K-3, ELL, and struggling older students. Nancy Boyles supplies the solution. She begins with the foundations of a great answer'great objectives, books, instruction, and discussions'and adds valuable guidance on assessment. Her ready-to-go student scaffolds then break down the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) objectives into 40 specific, measurable, open-ended comprehension questions that can be correlated with the literacy objectives of any state. Each question includes: teaching tips; a bibliography of fiction/nonfiction picture books aligned with the question; a worksheet with the reading and writing strategy; and an answer frame scaffold for initial response practice. Included CD has scaffolds and an extensive master bibliography organized alphabetically that matches key fiction/nonfiction literature models with appropriate comprehension questions.Teaching Literature Response to K-3, ELL, and Struggling Readers Nancy N. Boyles ... They establish their pacing guide accordingly with one or two specific objectives afeatureda each month at most grade levels. The featured objectives areanbsp;...
|Title||:||That's a Great Answer!|
|Author||:||Nancy N. Boyles|
|Publisher||:||Maupin House Publishing, Inc. - 2007|