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Reading Stories for Comprehension Success: Primary Level, Grades 1-3

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A flexible, high-interest program for grades 1-3 that can be used with all regular and special students. Each volume provides more than 45 factual stories with related teaching materials.

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Overview

A flexible, high-interest program for grades 1-3 that can be used with all regular and special students. Each volume provides more than 45 factual stories with related teaching materials.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787966904
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/5/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 771,184
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Katherine Hall received her B.A. in Elementary Education from the University of Texas at El Paso. She has worked with elementary students for many years as a first grade, ESL, and resource room teacher. Ms. Hall was an active member of the Texas State Council for the International Reading Association for over ten years and has presented various teacher inservice workshops. She has published articles in several magazines and currently tutors students at the elementary through college levels.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION.

Using Reading Stories for Comprehension Success.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Literal and Interpretive Questions.

Who Can Use Reading Stories for Comprehension Success?

Classroom Environment.

Attention Deficit Disorder.

Teaching Strategies.

Reading Ability Guidelines.

Presenting the Story Lesson.

Pretest.

Teacher Lesson Plan.

Lesson Plan Form.

Course Synopsis Form.

Student Data Sheet.

In Conclusion.

READING LEVEL 1.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word-Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet.

Titles:

Training Sam.

The Frog.

Reading Tracks.

In the Deep Sea.

"Little Peter" The Clown.

Mary Read: Lady Pirate.

John Rock.

Brer Rabbit and Anansi the Spider.

The Caldecott Medal.

The Color Wheel.

To Fly Over the Ocean.

Super-Fast Trains.

Thomas Edison's Newspaper.

Sequoyah and the Cherokee Alphabet.

PiƱatas.

READING LEVEL 2.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word-Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet

Titles:

Fast-Food Computers.

How Much Do You Weigh?

Stories in the Stars.

Set a World's Record.

Glenn Cunningham.

Home for the Summer.

Japan's Kites.

Tramp's Code.

The Stanley Steamer.

Albino.

White Buffalo Calf Woman.

The Hubble Space Telescope.

Jules Verne.

Teamwork.

Jackie Torrence.

READING LEVEL 3.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word-Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet.

Titles:

Big, Bigger, Biggest.

Climbing High.

Secrets in the Wings.

The First Cartoons.

Edwin H. Land.

Harp Medicine.

Signals on the Sea.

Your Time Machine.

For the Love of Patty Cake.

Fish for Pets.

Rockets.

The Snowshoe Rabbit Changes Its Fur.

Before the Dinosaurs.

The Pupfish of Devil's Hole.

The First Astronaut.

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