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Subjects Matter : Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading,9780325005959

Subjects Matter : Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading

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9780325005959

ISBN10:
0325005958
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Pub. Date:
2/12/2004
Publisher(s):
HEINEMANN (TX)
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Summary

Lively, practical, and irreverent, Subjects Matter points the way to activities and materials that energize content and engage students across all subject areas.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Reading for Real
1(20)
Read This for Friday
6(2)
Why Content Teachers Care About Reading
8(2)
Why the Public Is Concerned
10(3)
Two Visions of Reading
13(1)
The Goals of This Book
14(4)
Notes
18(3)
How Smart Readers Think
21(14)
Reading Lessons
22(9)
What Does It Mean for Our Teaching?
31(1)
Notes
32(3)
Why Textbooks Are Not Enough
35(16)
The Central Role of Textbooks
36(1)
The Trouble with Textbooks
37(9)
So What Can We Do?
46(2)
Notes
48(3)
Toward a Balanced Diet of Reading
51(48)
A Balance of What?
54(9)
Building a Classroom Library
63(4)
Notes
67(32)
Great Books for Middle and High School
68(31)
Tools for Thinking: Reading Strategies Across the Curriculum
99(46)
Showing Kids How Smart Readers Think
102(2)
Before: Activities That Prepare Students to Read
104(10)
During: Helping Students Construct, Process, and Question Ideas as They Read
114(10)
After: Guiding Students to Reflect on, Integrate, and Share Ideas
124(14)
Learning Vocabulary
138(7)
How to Use a Textbook
145(22)
The Curse of Coverage
145(2)
What's Really on the State Test?
147(1)
Six Ways to Use Textbooks More Effectively
148(16)
One Final Suggestion: Get a Better Textbook!
164(1)
Notes
165(2)
Building a Community of Learners
167(16)
Taking Action in All Subjects
169(11)
A Look into One Classroom
180(1)
Notes
181(2)
Independent Reading Workshop in Content Areas
183(16)
What Reading Workshop Looks Like
184(4)
Conducting Minilessons
188(2)
Keeping Students on Task During Reading Time
190(1)
Conducting One-on-One Conferences During Reading Time
191(1)
Recording Your Observations of Students' Reading and Understanding
191(1)
Making Student Sharing and Presentations Really Work
192(1)
What About Assessment?
192(4)
Notes
196(3)
Book Clubs
199(18)
Book Clubs Across the Curriculum
200(4)
Getting Started with Book Clubs
204(11)
Notes
215(2)
Inquiry Units: Exploring Big Ideas
217(16)
Why Is Extended Inquiry Important for Reading?
219(1)
Starting on Your Own
220(1)
Moving to Team Projects---Challenges and Successes
221(2)
So Just What Do We Mean by Inquiry Units?
223(2)
Tips for Making Inquiry Projects Work
225(2)
Accountability and Assessment
227(1)
Can I Fit This In?
228(3)
Notes
231(2)
Help for Struggling Readers
233(12)
Building Supportive Relationships
236(2)
Modeling Thoughtful Reading
238(1)
Activities That Build Engagement
239(1)
Promoting Students' Self-Monitoring
240(1)
Using Materials Students Can Successfully Read
240(2)
Providing Books and Articles on Tape
242(1)
The Kids Evaluate Their Progress
242(1)
Notes
243(2)
Recommendations from Reading Research
245(22)
Key Points
248(10)
Our Own Research: Where Do Avid Readers Come From?
258(1)
Conclusion
259(1)
Bibliography of Research Studies
260(7)
What Our Students Tell Us
267(5)
Themes of This Book
267(3)
Final Thoughts
270(2)
Index 272


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