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When Kids Can't Read-What Teachers Can Do by Kylene Beers
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Apr 07, 12

Read from January 23 to April 07, 2012

This is the best literacy guide for secondary teachers. It is readable-- in some places it flows like a novel-- and clear. Beers doesn't get caught up in teacher jargon, making it useful for new teachers and education students. The exercises and activities are broken down by what they teach (frontloading meaning, concurrent reading, vocabulary, etc) and give ideas for various levels of comprehension.

This book will stay in my collection forever and be a vital part of my teaching career.

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