Literature Is Back!: Using the Best Books for Teaching Readers and Writers Across Genres
Organized by genre (picture books, traditional literature, modern fantasy, historical fiction, realistic fiction, poetry, and nonfiction), this book places quality children's literature at the heart of literacy teaching.

Assessments for Differentiating Reading Instruction: 100 Forms and Checklists for Identifying Students' Strengths and Needs So You Can Help Every Reader Improve
This practical resource from reading expert Laura Robb contains more than 50 easytouse assessments, including reading strategy checklists, reading interest surveys, tiered task evaluation forms, conference forms, selfevaluations, and ...

From Reading to Math: How Best Practices in Literacy Can Make You A Better Math Teacher, Grades Kbo
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The Fluent Reader (2nd Edition): Oral & Silent Reading Strategies for Building Fluency, Word Recognition & Comprehension
Look no further than Rasinski's The Fluent Reader. This second edition is rich with a complete compendium of activities, guide sheets, and a DVD with models for both you and your students!

Math for All: Differentiating Instruction, Grades 66[
Embrace the diverse spectrum of abilities, interests, and learning styles among students with this powerful series.

Teaching Reading in Social Studies, Science, and Math
Provides teaching strategies and lessons for helping students with content area reading.

Faster Isn't Smarter: Messages About Math, Teaching, and Learning in the 21st Century
This book also contains the following: (1) Foreword by Marilyn Burns; (2) Introduction; (3) How to Use This Book; (4) Afterword: The Sum of the Parts Is Greater than Some of the Parts; (5) Acknowledgments; (6) Readings and References; (7) ...

Good Questions for Math Teaching: Why Ask Them and What to Ask (K6)
Provides tips and advice for teachers on creating effective openended questions for use in the mathematics classroom.

Active Algebra: Strategies and Lessons for Successfully Teaching Linear Relationships, Grades 710
Based on recent research on the adolescent brain, Active Algebra presents a living, working example of how teachers can use active learning techniques to make linear relationships more meaningful for students.

Teaching Text Structures: A Key to Nonfiction Reading Success  ResearchBased Strategy Lessons with Reproducible Passages for Teaching Students to Comprehend Articles, Textbooks, Reference Materials and More
Presents teaching strategies, lesson plans, and reproducible articles that help students comprehend expository text.
