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From some of the best-known authors in the field comes a book that provides all middle and high school teachers with practical information about improving students' reading, writing, and oral language development. Every teacher needs to use instructional routines that allow students to engage in all of these literacy processes. Classroom examples from science, social studi From some of the best-known authors in the field comes a book that provides all middle and high school teachers with practical information about improving students' reading, writing, and oral language development. Every teacher needs to use instructional routines that allow students to engage in all of these literacy processes. Classroom examples from science, social studies, English, math, visual and performing arts, and core electives ensure that all middle and high school teachers will find useful ideas that they can implement immediately. This book provides readers with examples of fifty evidence-based instructional routines that can be used across content areas to ensure that reading and writing occur in all classes. Evidence-based-a clear research base is presented with every instructional routine, helping you further understand when and why a particular approach should be used. Practical examples-for each instructional routine presented, a practical example is provided that illustrates ways this routine has been used in today's classrooms. Quick reference -- instructional routines are arranged alphabetically, and an index on the inside front cover specifies the literacy focus for each strategy and whether the strategy is meant to be used before, during, or after reading. Instructional routines- recommended actions a teacher can take to foster comprehension, such as thinking aloud, using Question-Answer Relationships, and teaching with word walls.


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From some of the best-known authors in the field comes a book that provides all middle and high school teachers with practical information about improving students' reading, writing, and oral language development. Every teacher needs to use instructional routines that allow students to engage in all of these literacy processes. Classroom examples from science, social studi From some of the best-known authors in the field comes a book that provides all middle and high school teachers with practical information about improving students' reading, writing, and oral language development. Every teacher needs to use instructional routines that allow students to engage in all of these literacy processes. Classroom examples from science, social studies, English, math, visual and performing arts, and core electives ensure that all middle and high school teachers will find useful ideas that they can implement immediately. This book provides readers with examples of fifty evidence-based instructional routines that can be used across content areas to ensure that reading and writing occur in all classes. Evidence-based-a clear research base is presented with every instructional routine, helping you further understand when and why a particular approach should be used. Practical examples-for each instructional routine presented, a practical example is provided that illustrates ways this routine has been used in today's classrooms. Quick reference -- instructional routines are arranged alphabetically, and an index on the inside front cover specifies the literacy focus for each strategy and whether the strategy is meant to be used before, during, or after reading. Instructional routines- recommended actions a teacher can take to foster comprehension, such as thinking aloud, using Question-Answer Relationships, and teaching with word walls.

30 review for 50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Asandy

    This is a great book for helping teachers in any content area encourage and enhance reading and writing in the classroom. My husband is a PE teacher and he also has used this book to find ideas to implement with his content and in a gym. There are many strategies provided such as concept maps, popcorn review, and word scavenger hunts. As a teacher you can find some great ideas to spice up integrating reading and writing in the curriculum across content areas. Also, the authors try to indicate wh This is a great book for helping teachers in any content area encourage and enhance reading and writing in the classroom. My husband is a PE teacher and he also has used this book to find ideas to implement with his content and in a gym. There are many strategies provided such as concept maps, popcorn review, and word scavenger hunts. As a teacher you can find some great ideas to spice up integrating reading and writing in the curriculum across content areas. Also, the authors try to indicate when a strategy has been found to be beneficial to use with ELL and struggling readers.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erin McDonnell-Jones

    This book may be a secondary text for my "Secondary Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum" course. Positives: (1) Easy-to-understand language for each routine/activity (2) Each routine is based on research but only provides the briefest overview. The primary focus is on the routine and its practical application in a classroom. (3) There's a good variety of examples in the routines that are discussed--both in age and in content areas (4) Very practical. This will be a good investment for novice te This book may be a secondary text for my "Secondary Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum" course. Positives: (1) Easy-to-understand language for each routine/activity (2) Each routine is based on research but only provides the briefest overview. The primary focus is on the routine and its practical application in a classroom. (3) There's a good variety of examples in the routines that are discussed--both in age and in content areas (4) Very practical. This will be a good investment for novice teachers to buy as they can immediately use it in their own classroom.s **Page 45 could be a good activity for the first day in EDUC 360

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Pollon

    I felt that most of these instructional routines were obvious and not new. The examples lacked depth, and I think that this resource is a bit bland. I read this for a graduate level course, but I would not recommend to others.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Baker

    This book is like a bag of tricks with great resources and references if you want more research and theory behind the strategy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Keysi Valencia

    Very glad I was introduced to this book in my class, it has helped me tremendously while lesson planning!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tiana

    Very practical information and well organized.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sirpa Grierson

    Brand new second edition of research-based instructional routines that work with students in all content areas. Pull it off the shelf when you need a more engaging way to teach students to read more deeply, to question the text, and to decide and respond to what the text says, does, and means. Love the new, more practical classroom applications and scenarios for the routines. This is a wonderful handbook with some of my favorite strategies--not overly complex to figure out, but engaging and effe Brand new second edition of research-based instructional routines that work with students in all content areas. Pull it off the shelf when you need a more engaging way to teach students to read more deeply, to question the text, and to decide and respond to what the text says, does, and means. Love the new, more practical classroom applications and scenarios for the routines. This is a wonderful handbook with some of my favorite strategies--not overly complex to figure out, but engaging and effective.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mark Schlatter

    It's what the title says --- a short overview (including examples and references) of literacy routines. LIttle to no grouping of the routines into categories, so you don't get a lot of context. Better as a resource than a read. It's what the title says --- a short overview (including examples and references) of literacy routines. LIttle to no grouping of the routines into categories, so you don't get a lot of context. Better as a resource than a read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Every teacher of every content area needs this. Bam! It's a concise "bag of tricks" (to quote a former professor). Every teacher of every content area needs this. Bam! It's a concise "bag of tricks" (to quote a former professor).

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chris Molette

    awesome awesome awesome!! I have already used this for designing multiple lessons and I simply cannot wait to use this book in my classroom!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Pat Cooney

    Quick access and easy retrieval of teaching strategies. Explanations of the strategies are concise and to the point, which should translate to a fast application.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pauline

    Glad to have used this book with my Content Literacy course - it received wonderful feedback from folks across all content areas.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Delila Reviews Things And Stuff

    This is good stuff. Concise, step by step instructions, and solid examples in case you need clarification. Great to have for reference.

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    Ed Casey

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