Guiding Advanced Readers in Middle School

guiding advanced readers in Middle school
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Author:
Teresa S. Masiello, Ed.D.

 

Middle school students who are advanced readers need challenge in their language arts curriculum. This book helps teachers and parents understand the characteristics and needs of gifted students, as well as ways in which to differentiate reading instruction for them. It also contains activities for four different trade books* that will interest and challenge gifted middle school readers. Teachers will enjoy having many reproducible activities to choose from, including literature circles, tiered activities, graphic organizers, and higher-level thinking discussion questions. This book provides the link between advanced readers and their literary potential.

*The Trade Book Titles featured in Guiding Advanced Readers are as follows:

Annotated Bibliographies for each of these titles, along with additional information, can be found in Some of My Best Friends Are Books

 

Length: 216 pages

ISBN 10 digit: 1-935067-01-x
ISBN 13 digit: 1-935067-01-6

Price: $22.95

 

 
 

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