2 edition of High interest-easy reading for junior and senior high school reluctant readers found in the catalog.
High interest-easy reading for junior and senior high school reluctant readers
Raymond C. Emery
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||by Raymond C. Emery and Margaret B. Houshower.|
|Contributions||Houshower, Margaret B.|
|LC Classifications||Z1037 .E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||65004402|
various types of teenage reading and has a bibliography for each type. Also I includes a guide to reference books. Carlson, Ruth. Enrichment Ideas. 2nd ed. Dubuque, Iowa: W. C. Brown cO' Written for the elementary school teacher, this book contains ideas for activities to get children involved with their reading. Also includes a chapter on. Reader Quick Pick is a high interest, low reading level book. Another book in the Bluford High Series, Lionel plays on the basketball team and has dreams of the NBA. Will he succeed in school and reach his dreams? Myers, Walter Dean. Dope Sick. (FIC MYE) Listed as a YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers and started reviewed, Myers writes.
Selected for Your Reading: A Booklist for Junior High and Middle School Students, published by the National Council of Teachers of English Listed in Best Books for Junior High Readers, published by R.R. Bowker Co. MODERN CHINA, Franklin Watts, I A study to develop supplemental reading materials for use with the junior high school American history curriculum Abstract Through research into suggested sources a study was made to provide a collection of supplemental reading materials for use by teachers of American history at the junior high school : Patricia Crosby Helwig.
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Over books chosen to meet the needs of the reluctant reader in junior and senior high school are grouped under 10 topical headings: Adventure, Animals, Biography, Family Life, Folk Tales, Informational, People, People with Foreign Setting, Vocational, and Poetry. Brief annotations and approximate reading and interest levels by grade are given for each by: 2.
Over books chosen to meet the needs of the reluctant reader in junior and senior high school are grouped under 10 topical headings: Adventure, Animals, Biography, Family Life, Folk Tales, Informational, People, People with Foreign Setting, Vocational, and Poetry. Presents an annotated bibliography of books for reluctant readers in junior high and high school, arranged in categories, and indexed by author, title, and subject.
High interest-easy reading for junior and senior high school reluctant readers. [Champaign, Ill.]: National Council of Teachers of English, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond C Emery; Margaret B Houshower.
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I put them in reverse order and linked the titles to a summary of the book so, drum roll please: #12 Pop by Gordon Korman. A fictional book aimed at sports-playing boys, Pop is so good even my reluctant readers like it.
It is an easy go-to for middle school and upper elementary boys. DOCUMENT RESUME ED CS AUTHOR Emery, Raymond C.; Houshower, Margaret B. TITLE Hi9h Interest--Easy Reading for Junior and Senior. High School Reluctant Readers. INSTITUTION. National Council of Teachers of English, Champaign.
Get this from a library. High interest easy reading: for junior and senior high school students. [Dorothy Matthews; National Council of Teachers of English. Committee to Revise High Interest-Easy Reading.] -- Annotates approximately recommended books of interest to reluctant junior or senior high school readers, arranged in twenty-two categories including adventure, fantasy, and history.
Reading (middle schooljunior high), Books for You (senior high), and High haerestEas) Reading (junior, senior high reluctant readers). Con-ceivc.d as resources for teachers and students alike, these N olumes reference thousands of the most recent children's and young adults' trade books.
The. Full text of "ERIC ED High Interest--Easy Reading: A Booklist for Junior and Senior High School Edition. NCTE Bibliography Series." See other formats.
Intended for use by students who are considered reluctant--not retarded--readers, this revised booklist contains more than titles. The titles presented represent books of high quality that deal with topics of interest to the average adolescent.
Book titles are arranged under the following subject categories: animals, adventure, courage, growing up, families, love and friendship, problems Author: Marian White. High interest-low vocabulary novels for students elementary grades. Issues-based hi-lo novels for reluctant readers in senior high school.
(Edge / Mainstreet) Exciting stories of teenage heroes in extraordinary situations. Dragons, heroes and shapeshifters are featured in these hi-lo fantasy novels. Two kids solve mysteries all year long in.
High Interest / Low Reading Level Book List Hi-Lo Books for High School Students There are 24 titles in the HIP Senior series with interest levels that span grades 6 to 12, depending on the title. Reading levels run from grade (Lexile ) to grade 4 (Lexile ).
All the books feature. : High interest easy reading: For junior and senior high school students () by National Council Of Teachers Of English and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.3/5(1).
Thypin, M. Selection of books of high interest and low reading level. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 12, White, M. High interest-easy reading for junior and senior high school students (3rd ed.). Urbana, Illinois: National Council of Teachers.
HI-LV Scholastic Reading Materials. Second Chance Reading. Series (gr. 2 - 8. May 7, - For reluctant boy readers. See more ideas about Books, Books for teens and Reading pins.
This page provides a guide to children's literature reference materials of the following types (click on the topic to jump to that section): High Interest - Easy Reading by Patricia Phelan (Editor and patrons identify the best of the many books published each year for readers in middle school and junior high" Best books for high school.
HIGH INTEREST-EASY READING For Junior and Senior High School Students This fifth edition of NCTE's bestselling booklist for reluctant adolescent readers contains over concise annotations. A group of teachers looking specifically for high interest books chose these from hundreds of titles published in the last three years.
They are organized. HIGH INTEREST-EASY READING For Junior and Senior High School Students This fifth edition of NCTE's best-selling booklist for reluctant adolescent readers contains over concise annotations. A group of teachers looking specifically for high interest books chose these from hundreds of titles published in the last three years.
They are. Raymond C. Emery has written: 'High interest-easy reading for junior and senior high school reluctant readers' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Reading disability, Books and reading, Young people's. For instance, middle school or high school students still struggling to spell predictable long vowel patterns in one-syllable words can read popular fiction picture books, such as Chip Wants a Dog (Wegman, ) and Willy the Dreamer (Browne, ), or visual nonfiction texts, such as Fish Faces (Wu, ).
Students work briefly with a teacher.Annotated Bibliographies of high-interest, low-readability books. B. Fahey & M. Whalen (). Choices: A Core Collection for Young Reluctant Readers, Vol.
4, New York: John Gordon Burke. W. G. McBride, High Interest-Easy Reading. A Booklist for Junior and Senior High School Students, 7th Ed. (). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of.Extras > IndyBest > Books 12 best kids' books for dyslexic and reluctant readers. Foster a love of reading from an early age with an accessible, engaging and enjoyable readAuthor: Kate Hilpern.