|Author||: Deborah Schecter|
|Publisher||: Scholastic Teaching Resources|
|Release Date||: 2010-10|
|ISBN 10||: 9780545231497|
|Pages||: 204 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
Contains twenty-five books about a variety of subjects that encourage beginning readers.
by Deborah Schecter
Little Leveled Readers are not too easy or too hard—but just right! That’s because they havebeen carefully evaluated by a reading specialist to correlate with Guided Reading Level A. Inside you’ll find 75 storybooks (5 copies of 15 titles) on topics children love, which makes them perfect for group learning. Includes a mini-teaching guide. For use with Grades PreK-2.GET BOOK!
by Lydia Carlin,Teddy Jones,Liza Charlesworth,Violet Findley,James Duhamel
Presents a collection of sixteen books that cover a variety of science topics--with a focus on animals--and basic concepts, as well as an activity book that ties an exercise to each volume in the set.GET BOOK!
Twelve 16-page books about favorite animal topics, featuring three lines of text per page to help children step up to the next reading level with ease. Includes activity book with one activity sheet for each title in the set.GET BOOK!
by Deborah Schecter,Anne Kennedy,James Graham Hale
These adorable little books, written to correlate with Guided Reading Level A, are just right for beginning readers! The simple, predictable stories on favorite topics such as birthdays, pets, friendship, and favorite foods include high-frequency words, rhyming, repetition, and supportive illustrations that give emergent readers the help they need to get a great start in reading! For use with Grades K-1.GET BOOK!
by Liza Charlesworth
Set the stage for your child to soar with these just-right books that teach the first 25 sight words! This cheery red box includes 25 titles, each focused on a key sight word: the, of, and, a, to, etc. The books' real-world topics with predicable text are super-engaging to make mastering these must-know words easy and fun. Includes motivating stickers PLUS a mini-activity book to ensure learning sticks. Books correlate with Guided Reading Level A. First 25 Sight Words (Fry List): the, of,GET BOOK!
by Deborah Schecter
Get children on the road to reading success with this collection of e-storybooks written to correlate with Guided Reading Levels A, B, and C. Each e-storybook features engaging illustrations that support simple and predictable text designed to build young readers’ confidence. Includes four CDs that feature 35 Level A, 35 Level B, and 35 Level C books—all with audio read-aloud and text highlighting—plus downloadable PDFs of the each mini-book. A companion guide includes teaching strategies, activities, quick assessments, and reproducible versionsGET BOOK!
by Liza Charlesworth
Engaging, predictable stories--written to correlate with Guided Reading Levels A-D--that include high-frequency words, rhyme, repetition, and supportive illustrations! Boxed sets include: - 100 full-color, 8-page books (5 copies of 20 titles) - 32-page teaching guide - Sturdy storage unitGET BOOK!
by Jose Antonio Ibanez-Martin,Josa(c) Antonio Ibaaez-Marta-N,Gonzalo Jover
This book aims to provide a wide ranging analysis of the educational challenges posed by the treaty signed in Maastricht in 1992. It brings together an international group of specialists in the fields of educational theory, philosophy of education, politics of education, comparative education, and gender equal opportunities. Focusing particularly on pedagogic issues, it is essential reading for those engaged in educational research, for students of education, and for those working with European Union institutions.GET BOOK!
by Scholastic Teaching Resources,Scholastic Inc.
Little Leveled Readers are not too easy or too hard-but just right! That's because they have been carefully evaluated by a reading specialist to correlate with Guided Reading Level D. Inside you'll find 75 storybooks (5 copies of 15 titles) on topics children love, which makes them perfect for group learning. Includes a mini-teaching guide.GET BOOK!
by Bill Lucas,Ellen Spencer
In Zest for Learning: Developing curious learners who relish real-world challenges, Bill Lucas and Ellen Spencer explore the ways in which teachers can help their pupils to find their passions, develop independence and challenge themselves to become more expansive learners. Young people need more than subject knowledge in order to thrive they need capabilities. The Pedagogy for a Changing World series details which capabilities matter and how schools can develop them. A key capability is zest: the curiosity and desireGET BOOK!