50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy, 3rd edition

  • Douglas Fisher, 
  • William G. Brozo, 
  • Nancy Frey, 
  • Gay Ivey

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Overview

Featuring practical information and real classroom examples, 50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy presents 50 step-by-step procedures you can use to implement content area instructional routines in your class to improve students' reading, writing and oral language skills.

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2015

ISBN-13: 9780137549290

Subject: Reading & Literacy

Category: Literacy Methods (K-8)

Table of contents

1. Adjunct Displays
2. Annotation
3. Anticipation Guides
4. Close Reading
5. Collaborative Conversations
6. Conversation Roundtable
7. Debate
8. Directed Reading-Thinking Activity
9. Exit Slips
10. Fishbowl Discussions
11. Found Poems
12. Generative Reading
13. Guest Speakers
14. Independent Reading
15. Interest Surveys, Questionnaires, and Interviews
16. Jigsaw
17. KWL
18. Language Experience Approach
19. Mnemonics
20. Modeling Comprehension
21. Numbered Heads Together
22. Opinionnaire
23. Popcorn Review
24. Questioning the Author
25. Question-Answer Relationship
26. RAFT Writing
27. Read-Alouds
28. Readers' Theatre
29. Read-Write-Pair-Share
30. Reciprocal Teaching
31. ReQuest
32. Response Writing
33. Shades of Meaning
34. Shared Reading
35. Socratic Seminar
36. Split-Page Notetaking
37. Student Booktalks
38. Student Questions for Purposeful Learning
39. Text Impressions
40. Text Structures
41. Text-Dependent Questions
42. Think-Alouds
43. Tossed Terms
44. Vocabulary Cards
45. Vocabulary Self-Awareness
46. Word Grids/Semantic Feature Analysis
47. Word Scavenger Hunts
48. Word Sorts
49. Word Walls
50. Writing Frames and Templates

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