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Be Strategic During Back to School With Jennifer Serravallo

This year, your students’ academic needs may be more varied than in years past. Engagement strategies can help readers and writers find their footing  (continue reading)

Why Whole-Class Novels Can Be a Good Thing

Reading whole-class novels is the way many of us were taught and the way that many of us learned to teach. A class of students reading the same book while being led through the work by an experienced teacher is so ingrained that some of us did not even consider it a method of teaching.  (continue reading)

Why Not Teach Whole-Class Novels the Way They've Always Been Taught?

When teaching whole-class novels, Roberts continually asks two questions to determine if her teaching practice truly has students' interests in mind:  (continue reading)

Jennifer Serravallo's 5 Lenses to Assess and Teach Readers: Print Work

Jennifer Serravallo's 5 Lenses to Assess and Teach Readers: Print Work  (continue reading)

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