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Reading Teacher's Book Of Lists / Edition 5
     

Reading Teacher's Book Of Lists / Edition 5

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by Edward B. Fry
 

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ISBN-10: 0787982571

ISBN-13: 2900787982576

Pub. Date: 04/14/2006

Publisher: Wiley

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ISBN-13:
2900787982576
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/14/2006
Series:
J-B Ed: Book of Lists Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
544

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The Reading Teacher's Book of Lists 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every reading teacher/specialist should have this book. It has everything you need to develop appropriate content for your students. The new 2006 edition has resources for ESL students as well as broader content word lists. It's excellent!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This jewel caught my eye as I was browsing BN. I winced at the price ($29.95) but while perusing the book my brain began filling with flashes of inspiration, creative neurons popped like fireworks, and I was hooked. Plus, it would look pretty on my book shelf. I did well! This tome has all the lists I regularly create (forgetting that I already made - and misplaced ¿ that one two years ago), all the ones I haven¿t because I can¿t, and scores I would have never thought of. The ¿Content Words¿ section is exceptional, covering math, science, social studies, and geography vocabulary. Quiz the kids to see what they remember over summer! We are having a blast with the ¿most commonly used words in the English language¿ section. We do for-fun spelling tests off of the words, in numerical order. My girls were dismayed to find themselves missing words in the first 100 most common words, and quite proud that they were both pulling 100%¿ers on words 351-400. Do you need Greek and Latin roots? Teacher¿s correction marks? Braille, Morse code, ASL? Prefixes, oxymorons, or sesquipedalian superstars? How about a little onomatopoeia and palindrome word play? As a brain-warmer book ¿ something to start the gears shifting in the morning ¿ it¿s fun. You can find enough thought-provokers, ego-boosters, and giggle-makers to roust any sluggish student (or teacher).
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TeachingInMontana More than 1 year ago
I am a sixth grade teacher and have found this to be an outstanding resource for use in my Language Arts curriculum. It contains a profound wealth of useful information.
SpockMN More than 1 year ago
This book has some great lists and vocabulary ideas for any teacher.
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