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PART 1:
READ-ALOUD

Expose all students to longer, more complex texts, using scripted lessons for fiction and non-fiction novels.

  • MODEL fluent reading of rich, quality literature
  • EXPLICITLY TEACH authentic strategies for reading comprehension
  • GUIDE students as they demonstrate deep understanding in discussion and in writing.

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PART 2:
BOOK CLUBS

Ignite students’ love of reading using scripted lessons for book clubs. Facilitation of these units is easy with the C. I. A. design!

  • Match students to a text at the top of their instructional range (the books are already chosen for you in the guide).
  • Give students opportunities to COLLABORATE with their peers and their teacher.
  • Hold students accountable to INDEPENDENT practice.

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PART 3:
INDEPENDENT READING

Let the read-aloud and book club texts launch students into strong independent reading choices that help them:

  • Increase their domain knowledge in a topic area.
  • Navigate new genres and authors.
  • Develop their reading identity.

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Built on the research of Common Core State Standards Initiative, 2010.

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