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R5 in Your Classroom: A Guide to Differentiating Independent Reading and Developing Avid Readers

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Shows how to use R5, a structured independent reading block, to validate and support intermediate-grade students' reading comprehension - regardless of their ability level or initial interest in reading - and get them excited about reading.
Hardcover, 168 pages
Published May 8th 2008 by International Reading Association (first published April 21st 2008)
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Shannon Clark
Jan 20, 2011 rated it really liked it
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My favorite thing about this book is the Rap part of R5. R5 is a structure for independent reading in your classroom no matter what grade level. Here's what R5 stands for:

Read
Relax
Reflect
Respond
Rap

The rap part is where partners share something about their book. BUT-it doesn't stop at that. After partners share THEN they have to be ready to share with the whole class what THEIR PARTNER said!! This seems like a great way to teach them to LISTEN and b
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Tara Callahan
Jun 22, 2019 rated it liked it
Great ideas but not up to date or for secondary students after 8th grade.
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An excellent book that is useful to teachers who wish to promote a love of reading in their students. The authors are good writers- they do not write in educational legalese (sp).
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