Summary: Get your students actively reading textbooks and other related print materials! Help them write to construct meaning, reflect upon it, and apply it! This new edition of a bestseller shows you how!
Here are effective tools for helping students learn the content of any subject - hands-on strategies that help students use reading, writing, and other language processes strategically in all subject areas . . . not just English and language arts.
With ...show morethis handbook as your guide, you can increase your effectiveness in reaching more students as you integrate literacy strategies into their regular classroom instruction. And in the process, your students develop the literacy and thinking skills they need to become independent lifelong learners.
Teachers who have used the first edition of this book praise it for its outstanding strategies and teaching ideas. And now authors Stephens and Brown have added over 50 new ones, PLUS two new chapters, one dealing with struggling readers and writers, and one to help you get started using literacy strategies in your content classes. Here you get sound ideas for integrating reading and writing as tools for learning in the content areas. ...show less