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Dan and Sara are bored. There's nothing to do in their town, so they're sitting in the park and playing a computer game - but little do they know what adventures are happening right behind them ... This Manga graphic novel is written and energetically illustrated by author Katy Coope. ...
In the Game: Band 03 Yellow/Band 14 Ruby (Collins Big Cat Progress)
Dan and Sara are bored. There's nothing to do in their town, so they're sitting in the park and playing a computer game - but little do they know what adventures are happening right behind them ... This Manga graphic novel is written and energetically illustrated by author Katy Coope. * Collins Big Cat Progress builds confidence, helping struggling pupils not only to read, but to love reading * Dual-banded books provide age-appropriate interest level material matched with a lower reading ability level * Every book is levelled by reading expert Cliff Moon to ensure precise, systematic, measurable progression to help close the ability gap * The books use a range of reading strategies: phonic, graphic, syntactic and contextual to build confident, accurate, fluent readers * Designed to build speaking and listening skills, as well as reading skills, the books are highly visual and include incredible illustrations and photographs * Every book has a Key Stage 2 look-and-feel to engage older pupils and avoid stigmatisation * Topics are relevant for children in years 3-6 and connected to the curriculum and framework objectives for these years to support inclusion * Progress titles contain a Reader Response page to encourage the pupil to respond to and recall what they have read. This offers an ideal opportunity to check comprehension * Ideas for Reading, written by primary literacy expert Gill Howell are included in the back of every book to help you support the reading needs of each child
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8.37 USD

In the Game: Band 03 Yellow/Band 14 Ruby (Collins Big Cat Progress)

by Katy Coope
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Mathematical Literacy in the Middle and High School Grades gives future and current middle and high school classroom teachers the concepts and practical, hands-on suggestions, activities, lesson plans, skills, and tools they need to enhance and enrich their students' mathematics learning. From its opening overview of the theory behind a ...
Mathematical Literacy in the Middle and High School Grades: A Modern Approach to Sparking Student Interest
Mathematical Literacy in the Middle and High School Grades gives future and current middle and high school classroom teachers the concepts and practical, hands-on suggestions, activities, lesson plans, skills, and tools they need to enhance and enrich their students' mathematics learning. From its opening overview of the theory behind a variety of new strategies for teaching math to its everyday, concrete assistance, the book helps teachers find and use engrossing ways to introduce math concepts through stories, using hands-on activities to reinforce the concepts. Included are ready-to-use activities busy teachers can incorporate as is or adapt to fit their particular classrooms and their students' individual needs.
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47.240000 USD
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Written with a captivating voice, Engaging English Learners: Exploring Literature, Developing Literacy and Differentiating Instruction, 1/e presents teachers with a charming recital of the conversations and advice that are sure to engage every learner in an active role to glean meaning from text. Together, the authors highlight the use of ...
Engaging English Learners: Exploring Literature, Developing Literacy and Differentiating Instruction
Written with a captivating voice, Engaging English Learners: Exploring Literature, Developing Literacy and Differentiating Instruction, 1/e presents teachers with a charming recital of the conversations and advice that are sure to engage every learner in an active role to glean meaning from text. Together, the authors highlight the use of reader-response theory in classrooms and uncover how it can affect literacy learning and second language acquisition. This book is a testament to their philosophical approach, illustrating how student-centered instruction using literature, can differentiate instruction for English learners, engaging them in purposeful reading and writing.
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26.45 USD
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Expert coaches and anyone coaching for the first time will love the The Literacy Coach, 2/e! Reviewers Sum it up! The framework in which this book is embedded is one of the more elegant ones in existence. Donna Alvermann, The University of Georgia I found this book to be helpful ...
The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction
Expert coaches and anyone coaching for the first time will love the The Literacy Coach, 2/e! Reviewers Sum it up! The framework in which this book is embedded is one of the more elegant ones in existence. Donna Alvermann, The University of Georgia I found this book to be helpful to not only literacy coaches, but to classroom teachers who may want to become coaches or merely better understand their roles. I also believe building principals would find the book extremely useful...I only wish I had been given such access to all of this information five years ago! Amy Ely, Brush Middle School What distinguishes The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction (2nd edition) from other worthwhile titles on the same topic is the authors' decision to avoid focusing on specific coaching models in favor of taking an ethnographic stance toward working with all literacy coaches, regardless of the model in which they find themselves. Take a peek inside... Addresses the needs of elementary, middle, and high school literacy coaches while considering Response to Intervention/Instruction Supports the professional development of literacy coaches by Giving a comprehensive look at how learners learn vs. just learning to read; Implementing the idea of categorizing coaching points (into three broad categories) to economize on time and attention; and Including three levels of observations (primary, secondary, and tertiary). Includes a description of the four cornerstones of any successful school reform model: students, teachers, administrators, and the literacy coach. Considers the NRP report andIRA's Standards for Literacy Coaches. Meet the Authors Enrique A. Puig is the Director of the Florida Literacy and Reading Excellence Center at the University of Central Florida. He is a certified Reading Recovery teacher and Literacy Collaborative trainer. In addition to being president of the Orange County Reading Council (Florida), Enrique serves as an elected board member of the American Reading Forum and continues to work with students. He is author of Guided Reading and Spanish Speaking Students (Scholastic). Kathy S. Froelich received her Ph.D. from Fordham University in New York and has provided professional development opportunities to teachers and literacy coaches at the national level. In addition to her years of classroom teaching experience, Kathy has taught at Agnes Scott College and Thomas University. She is currently teaching at Florida State University and is an independent consultant.
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34.17 USD

The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction

by Kathy S. Froelich, Enrique A. Puig
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