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Reading for interest

  • 555 Want to read
  • ·
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Heath in Boston .
Written in English


  • Readers,
  • Reading (Elementary)

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Edition Notes

Each vol. has special t.p.

Other titlesSee and do., Ned and Nancy., Bigger and bigger., Little lost dog., Molly, Pete and Ginger., Play at home., Home for Sandy., Rain and shine., Something different., Lost and found., Secrets and surprises., Fun and frolic., Do and dare., Luck and pluck., Merry hearts and bold., Brave and free.
Statement[Educational consultants: Paul Witty and others]
The Physical Object
Pagination16 v.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26692781M

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Reading Interest-A-Lyzer Based on the Interest-A-Lyzer by Joseph S. Renzulli From The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller Name _____ Grade_____ Age_____ 1. Are you currently reading a book for pleasure? Yes No 2. Do you ever read a book for pleasure? Yes No 3. When I read for pleasure, I pick the following (check all that apply): File Size: KB. Understanding the differences between leveled reading systems and choosing a system to use, plus how to make a leveled book list and what to do if a book isn't leveled. With many lettered and numbered leveled reading systems, it’s hard to know which one to choose and when to use it. Let’s cut through the confusion.   Likewise, in reading, extensive research documents that teachers encouraging students to read books of their choice for pleasure is a major contribution towards students developing a positive attitude towards reading and a life-long interest in it (Leisure Reading Task Force, , p. 2). ♦ Competence. Recommended high/low books. The Association for Library Services for Children recommends these high/low titles for reluctant readers in grades The children's librarians at the Logan (Utah) Library developed a High Interest/Low Reading Level Book List for children in grades The list indicates both the independent reading level (by grade) and the interest level (by grade).