Tag: reading

Multiliteracies and Multilingual Learners

Equipped with Miami Linguistic Readers, Camino de la Escuela, and my own ingenuity, my young multilingual learners and I dived into what we believed were sound biliteracy practices. These leveled reading programs developed eons...

Indiana Invests $111M in Science of Reading

Indiana’s literacy rate is on the decline. Just a decade ago, students taking the state’s third-grade reading exam, IREAD-3, passed at a rate of 91.4%. This year, the pass rate was just about ten...

Hispanic Heritage Month Virtual Book Festival

Looking for interactive content for a classroom during Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month? The Latinx Kidlit Book Festival (LKBF) will be streaming live on October 13–14, 2022.The LKBF is a free virtual book festival that aims...

The Power of Sports Fiction (and the Importance of Being Impeccable)

Fiction can take what seem to be ordinary situations and show us how important they can be. This one definitely changed my life for the better. The novel was a baseball story, one of...

Reading Mastery

Oakland University MAT in Reading and Language ArtsFormat: Fully OnlineLength: 2 yearsCredit hours: 32• Get experiential training through our reading/writing clinics• Learn from nationally renowned faculty• Engage in research opportunities• Develop practices for educational equity...

Reading Resources

World of ReadingFor over 30 years, World of Reading has offered hundreds of readers in a variety of languages—from Albanian to Vietnamese—from publishers worldwide. They have readers for preschool- and elementary school–aged children, middle...

A Road to Reading

We have learned the past 20 years, through cognitive science research, that over 90% of students can learn to read at grade level by third grade; however, the Nation’s Report Card in 2019 reported...

Motivate Readers Now!

No one disputes the benefits of extensive reading (ER) for students of English. There is a substantial body of evidence supporting using graded readers as an effective way...

Reading Conferences, Listening, and Identity

“I’m just thinking about if I was there right now,” says fourth-grader Zaima, her eyes sparkling as she indicates the paperback on her desk, Aisha Saeed’s Amal Unbound. “It’s about this girl called Amal....

Make the School Day Longer?

Will extra time in school help children make up for instruction lost because of the pandemic? The...
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