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Now Available: The Reading Strategies Book Study Guide!

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If you’re reading Jennifer Serravallo’s The Reading Strategies Book with colleagues, you’ll be elated to know that she wrote a study guide!

The guide contains collaboration suggestions and is organized in much the same way as the book, with tips, appropriate usage settings, procedures, and visuals—all formatted for ease of use. It is our hope that the study guide not only strengthens your strategic reading instruction, but will also strengthen collaboration with your colleagues.

What you’ll get in the study guide:

  • A clear, step-by-step process for each procedure
  • Notes in the margins on how to adapt the experience for teachers of differing experience levels
  • Cross-references to Jen’s other Heinemann books, to help you understand how they fit together.

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CLICK HERE TO GET THE STUDY GUIDE

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And don't forget to join us and Jennifer Serravallo for a Twitter chat on Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. ET.

 

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Jennifer Serravallo is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Reading Strategies Book and The Writing Strategies Book, which have been translated into Spanish, French, and Chinese. These and her other popular books and resources help teachers make goal-directed responsive strategy instruction, conferring, and small group work doable in every classroom. Her newest titles are Teaching Writing in Small Groups, A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Conferences, Understanding Texts and Readers, and the assessment and teaching resource Complete Comprehension for Fiction and Nonfiction.

Jen is a frequently invited speaker at national and regional conferences and travels throughout the US and Canada to provide full-day workshops and to work with teachers and students in classrooms. She is also an experienced online educator who regularly offers live webinar series and full-day online workshops, and is the creator of two self-paced asynchronous online courses, most recently Strategies in Action: Reading and Writing Methods and Content.

Jen began her career in education as an NYC public school teacher. Now as a consultant, she has spent the last fifteen+ years helping teachers across the country create literacy classrooms where students are joyfully engaged, and the instruction is meaningfully individualized to students' goals. Jen is also a member of Parents Magazine Board of Advisors for education and literacy. 

Jen holds a BA from Vassar College and an MA from Teachers College, where she has also taught graduate and undergraduate classes.

Learn more about Jen and her work at Hein.pub/serravallo, on Twitter @jserravallo, on Instagram @jenniferserravallo, or by joining The Reading and Writing Strategies Facebook Community.

Topics: Reading, Teaching Reading in Small Groups, The Literacy Teacher’s Playbook, The Reading Strategies Book, Jennifer Serravallo, Professional Development, Study Guide

Date Published: 08/20/15

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