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Students read daily at their independent level.  They may respond to their reading in writing.  Teachers take time to conference with students about their independent reading at least monthly.

 

Creating Lifelong Readers

 

Book Lists

Common Sense Media Recommened Books Scholastic 100 Best Books for Kids
 Reading is Fundamental Booklists Children's Notable Book Lists
Growing Readers - PBS Kids Bookfinder
Children's Books and Authors
Caldecott Medal Books  Multi-Cultural Books
   

 

Get to Know the Readers in Your Classroom

Reading Interest Survey - Scholastic

Variety of Interest Surveys - Routledge

 

 

 

 

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