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How Would You Use The Reading Strategies Book?

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In Jennifer Serravallo's The Reading Strategies Book, Jen talks us through how to use the strategies in a variety of instructional formats.

Are you working on guided reading? This book can lead you to certain highlighted strategies for the specific reader. Are you teaching a whole-class novel in middle school? You can use the book to teach flexible, adaptable strategies that transfer to reading independence.

 
 
 
 
 
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Find more blogs about Jennifer Serravallo and visit The Reading Strategies Book's official page.

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A literacy consultant and researcher, Jennifer Serravallo is the best-selling author or coauthor of the Heinemann titles Teaching Reading in Small GroupsConferring with Readers, and The Literacy Teacher's PlaybooksGrades K–2 and Grades 3–6. Her newest book is The Reading Strategies Book, available in May.

Visit the official Facebook group of The Reading Strategies Book

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Topics: Video, Education, Guided Reading, Literature, LLI, Reading, The Reading Strategies Book, Instructional Ideas, Intervention, Jennifer Serravallo, Language Arts, Leveled Literacy Intervention, Middle School, Nonfiction, Student Texts

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