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Reading & Learning Strategies: Middle Grades Through High School

Author(s): Jerry Johns, Susan Lenski, Micki M Caskey, Mary Ann Wham

Edition: 4

Copyright: 2011

Pages: 278

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This fourth edition is based on the Professional Standards developed by the International Reading Assoc. (IRA). Educators will get over 100 content-relevant instructional strategies.

Each research-based strategy includes a detailed explanation and examples from various content areas. A quick reference guide enables teachers to identify the goal and then choose the strategy that best fits their curriculum and students' needs. Teachers are encouraged to adapt these strategies to make their own instruction more responsive to their students' needs to help them become effective readers and learners. Access to online bonus material includes 300 reproducible pages for classroom use and additional content area examples.

CHAPTER 1 Learning with Texts
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
Demands of Content Area Texts
Literacy in the Disciplines
Instructing Students in Your Discipline
Reading as a Sociocultural Activity
Transactional Theory of Reading
Your Students: A Cultural Mix
English Language Learners (ELLs)
Struggling Readers
Text Complexity
Lexile Framework for Reading
Contexts of Instruction
Content Area Strategies
Contexts for Assessment
Conclusion
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 2 Fostering Motivation and Reading Engagement
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
2.1 Creating Interest
2.2 Promoting Positive Attitudes
2.3 Arousing Curiosity for Topics
2.4 Fostering Motivation
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 3 Building Vocabulary
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
3.1 Linking Vocabulary to Background Knowledge
3.2 Defining Words
3.3 Understanding Relationships among Words
3.4 Developing Independence in Vocabulary Acquisition
3.5 Using Words Effectively
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 4 Word Study
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVI EW
4.1 Using Context
4.2 Decoding and Meaning
4.3 Using Reference Sources
4.4 Using Greek and Latin Roots
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 5 Comprehending Literary Texts
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
5.1 Accessing Prior Knowledge
5.2 Studying Aspects of Characterization
5.3 Recognizing Story Structure Features
5.4 Enhancing Learning with Literature
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 6 Understanding Informational Texts
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
6.1 Demonstrating General Understanding
6.2 Using Text Structure
6.3 Developing an Interpretation
6.4 Questioning Texts
6.5 Making Connections
6.6 Using Text Features
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 7 Reading Critically
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
7.1 Determining Authors' Qualifications, Perspectives, and Purposes7.2 Considering Alternative Views

7.3 Developing Informed Opinions
7.4 Promoting Critical Literacy
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators

CHAPTER 8 Studying
Learning Goals
Questions to Consider
OVERVIEW
8.1 Learning to Study
8.2 Understanding Textbook Features
8.3 Reading Flexibly
8.4 Summarizing Content Information
8.5 Taking Notes
Activities and Journal Entries for Teacher Educators
References
Index


WEB CONTENTS

Section 2.1
STRATEGY 1
Anticipation Guide Reproducible
Anticipation Guide Consumer Education Example
Anticipation Guide Driver's Education (Illinois) Example
Anticipation Guide Health Example
Anticipation Guide Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 2
People Search Reproducible
People Search History Example
People Search Science Example
People Search Math Example
People Search Music Example

STRATEGY 3
Problematic Situation Reproducible
Problematic Situation History Example
Problematic Situation Science Example

STRATEGY 4
Predict-O-Gram Reproducible
Predict-O-Gram Literature Example #1
Predict-O-Gram Literature Example #2

STRATEGY 5
That Was Then ... This Is Now Reproducible
That Was Then ... This Is Now Social Studies Example
That Was Then ... This Is Now Science (Energy Sources) Example

Section 2.2
STRATEGY 6
Autobiography Math Example
Autobiography Carpentry Example

STRATEGY 7
Opinionnaire/Questionnaire Science Example #1
Opinionnaire/Questionnaire Science Example #2

STRATEGY 8
Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) Log Reproducible

STRATEGY 9
Content Area Picture Books: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, the Arts, and Social Studies

Section 2.3
STRATEGY 11
Creating Sentences Reproducible
Creating Sentences Literature Example

STRATEGY 12
Probable Passages Reproducible
Probable Passages Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 13
Content Predict-O-Gram Reproducible
Content Predict-O-Gram: Social Studies Reproducible
Content Predict-O-Gram Social Studies Example
Content Predict-O-Gram Government Example
Content Predict-O-Gram Literature Example

STRATEGY 14
Poetry Prowess Resources: Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Fitness and Health, Social Studies, Science
Poetry Prowess Websites: Poetry, Presentation, General Poetry, Social Studies, Science

Section 2.4
STRATEGY 15
K-W-LReproducible
K-W-L Industrial Arts Example
K-W-L Government Example

STRATEGY 16
The Imposter Art Example
The Imposter Chemistry Example
The Imposter Literature Example

STRATEGY 17
DRAW Driver's Education Example
DRAW Math Example
DRAW Science Example

Section 3.1
STRATEGY 1
Knowledge Rating Scale Reproducible
Knowledge Rating Scale Math Example

STRATEGY 2
Exclusion Brainstorming Reproducible
Exclusion Brainstorming Science Example

STRATEGY 3
Imagine That! Reproducible

Section 3.2
STRATEGY 4
Magic Square Reproducible
Magic Square Statistics Example

STRATEGY 5
Graphic Organizer Reproducible

STRATEGY 6
Four Square Reproducible
Four Square Literature Example

STRATEGY 7
Word Storm Reproducible
Word Storm English Example

STRATEGY 8
Word Web Reproducible
Word Web English Example

Section 3.3
STRATEGY 9
Semantic Feature Analysis Chart Reproducible
Semantic Feature Analysis Reproducible
Semantic Feature Analysis Government Example
Semantic Feature Analysis Art (Spanish) Example
Semantic Feature Analysis Mathematics (Spanish) Example

STRATEGY 10
Closed Word Sort Reproducible
Closed Word Sort Science Example

STRATEGY 11
Magnet, Words Reproducible
Magnet Words Science Example

Section 3.4
STRATEGY 13
Vocabulary Self-Collection Reproducible

Section 3.5
STRATEGY
Identifying Figurative Language Reproducible
Identifying Figurative Language Language Arts Examples

STRATEGY 16
Sensing Similes and Metaphors Reproducible

STRATEGY 17
Choosing Stronger Connotations Reproducible
Choosing Stronger Connotations Language Arts Examples

STRATEGY 18
Positive or Negative Connotations? Reproducible
Positive or Negative Connotations? Language Arts Examples

Section 4.1
STRATEGY 5
Predictions, Definitions, and Connections Reproducible
Predictions, Definitions, and Connections Art Example

STRATEGY 7
Word Questioning Reproducible
Word Questioning Art Example
Word Questioning Geometry Example
Word Questioning Government Example
Word Questioning Literature Example

Section 4.2
STRATEGY 8
Repeated Readings Record Sheet Reproducible

STRATEGY 9
Two Questions Reproducible

STRATEGY 12
Foreign Words and Phrases Reproducible
Foreign Abbreviations, Words, and Phrases
Section 4.3
STRATEGY 16
Dictionary Challenge Reproducible

STRATEGY 19
Word Map Reproducible
Word Map Literature Example

Section 4.4
STRATEGY 21
Word Spine Reproducible
Word Tree Reproducible
Word Tree Example

Section S.1
STRATEGY 1
Story Impressions Reproducible
Story Impressions Poetry Example

STRATEGY 2
Anticipation Guide Reproducible
Anticipation Guide Literature Example

STRATEGY 3
Character Quotes Reproducible
Character Quotes Literature Example

Section 5.2
STRATEGY 4
Biopoem Reproducible
Biopoem Poetry Example

STRATEGY 5
Missing Person's Report Reproducible
Missing Person's Report Literature Example

STRATEGY 6
Attribute Web Reproducible
Attribute Web Literature Example #1
Attribute Web Literature Example #2

Section 5.3
STRATEGY 7
Story Map Reproducible
Story Map Literature Example

STRATEGY 8
Conflict-Resolution Paradigm Reproducible
Conflict-Resolution Paradigm Literature Example

STRATEGY 9
What's Your Perspective Reproducible
What's Your Perspective Literature Example

Section 5.4
STRATEGY 10
Locating Literary Devices Reproducible
Locating Literary Devices Literature Example
STRATEGY 11
Connecting Fact and Historical Fiction Reproducible
Connecting Fact and Historical Fiction Literature Example
Historical Literature for Selected Topics

Section 6.1
STRATEGY 1
Idea Web Assessment Health/Science Example
Prereading Plan (PreP) Reproducible
Prereading Plan (PreP) Math Example

STRATEGY 2
Anticipation/Reaction Guide Reproducible
Anticipation/Reaction Guide Language Arts Example
Anticipation/Reaction Guide Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 3
Think, Predict, Read, Connect; (TPRC) Reproducible
Think, Predict, Read, Connect (TPRC) Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 4
GIST Reproducible
GIST Music Example

Section 6.2
STRATEGY 5
Compare-Contrast Graphic Organizer Reproducible
Compare-Contrast Graphic Organizer Physical Education Example
Description Graphic Organizer Reproducible
Description Graphic Organizer Math Example
Sequence Graphic Organizer Reproducible
Sequence Graphic Organizer Science Example
Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer Reproducible
Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer Social Studies Example
Problem and Solution Graphic Organizer Reproducible
Problem and Solution Graphic Organizer Consumer Education Example

STRATEGY 6
Sequence Idea-Map Reproducible
Sequence Idea-Map Music Example
Description Idea-Map Reproducible
Description Idea-Map Literature Example
Compare and Contrast Idea-Map Reproducible
Compare and Contrast Idea-Map Science Example
Cause and Effect Idea-Map Reproducible
Cause and Effect Idea-Map Science Example
Problem and Solution Idea-Map Reproducible
Problem and Solution Idea-Map Business Example

STRATEGY 7
Signal Words Reproducible

Section 6.3
STRATEGY 8
It Says-I Say-And So Reproducible
It Says-I Say-And So Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 9
ReQuest Reproducible
ReQuest Driver's Education Example

STRATEGY 10
Inference Chart Reproducible
Inference Chart Art Example

STRATEGY 11
Three-Level Guide Reproducible
Three-Level Guide Literature Example

Section 6.4
STRATEGY 12
Questioning the Author (QtA) Reproducible

STRATEGY 13
Question Answer Relationship (QAR) Reproducible

STRATEGY 14
Inquiry Questions (IQs) Reproducible

Section 6.5
STRATEGY 15
Connections Chart Reproducible
Connections Chart Social Studies Example
Connections Chart Technology Example

STRATEGY 16
Share What You Know (SWYK) Reproducible
Share What You Know (SWYK) Language Arts Example

STRATEGY 17
Intra-Act Reproducible
Intra-Act Math Example

Section 6.6
STRATEGY 18
Text Preview Reproducible

STRATEGY 19
In the Feature, but Not in the Text Reproducible

STRATEGY 20
Bar Graph Physical Education Example

STRATEGY 21
Timeline Reproducible
Timeline Social Studies Example
Timeline School Memories Reproducible

Section 7.1
STRATEGY 1
Consider the Source Reproducible
Consider the Source Math Example
Consider the Source Science Example

STRATEGY 2
Perspective Guide Reproducible
Perspective Guide Health Example
Perspective Guide Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 3
Ask the Author Reproducible
Ask the Author Literature Example
Ask the Author Science Example

STRATEGY 4
Determining Authors' Purposes Reproducible
Determining Authors' Purposes Literature Example
Determining Authors' Purposes Social Studies Example

Section 7.2
STRATEGY 5
Discussion Web Reproducible
Discussion Web Health Example

STRATEGY 6
Discussion Continuum Reproducible
Discussion Continuum Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 7
Options Guide Reproducible
Options Guide Science Example

STRATEGY 8
Questioning Editorial Perspectives Reproducible

Section 7.3
STRATEGY 9
State-Question-Read-Conc1ude (SQRC) Reproducible
State-Question-Read-Conclude (SQRC) Language Arts Example

STRATEGY 10
Opinion-Proof Reproducible
Opinion-Proof Essay Evaluation Scoring Guide Reproducible

STRATEGY 11
Support Your Position (SYP) Reproducible
Support Your Position (SYP) Science Example

STRATEGY 12
Truman Document Excerpt History Example
SOAPS + Claim Reproducible
SOAPS + Claim Sentence Frames Reproducible

Section 7.4
STRATEGY 13
Reciprocal Teaching Plus Reproducible
Reciprocal Teaching Plus Language Arts Example
Reciprocal Teaching Plus Math Example

STRATEGY 14
Critical Literacy Response Reproducible
Critical Literacy Response Physical Education Example
Critical Literacy Response Science Example

STRATEGY 15
Power Graph Reproducible
Power Graph Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 16
Looking at Language Reproducible
Looking at Language Music Example

STRATEGY 17
Problematizing Texts Reproducible, 39

STRATEGY 18
Taking Social Action Reproducible

Section 8.1
STRATEGY 1
Preplan-List-Activate-Evaluate (PLAE) Study Plan Reproducible
Preplan-List-Activate-Evaluate (PLAE) Study Plan Social Studies Example

STRATEGY 3
Study Skills Self-Assessment Reproducible

STRATEGY 4
Project Journal Reproducible

Section 8.2
STRATEGY 6
Textbook Survey Reproducible

STRATEGY 7
Textbook Scavenger Hunt Reproducible
Textbook Scavenger Hunt Math Example

STRATEGY 8
THIEVES Reproducible
THIEVES Science Example

Section 8.3
STRATEGY 11
SCAN and RUN Reproducible

Section 8.4
STRATEGY 14
REAP Reproducible
REAP Science Example

Section 8.5
STRATEGY 19
REST English Example

STRATEGY 20
Cornell Note-Taking Reproducible
Cornell Note-Taking Science Example

STRATEGY 21
Power Notes Visual Arts Example

STRATEGY 22
Double Entry Diary Reproducible
Double Entry Diary Language Arts Example
Double Entry Diary Social Studies Example

Jerry Johns

Jerry L. Johns has been recognized as a distinguished teacher, writer, outstanding teacher educator, and popular professional development speaker for schools, school districts, and conferences. He has taught students from kindergarten through graduate school and also served as a reading teacher. Professor Johns spent his career at Northern Illinois University. He served in leadership positions at the local, state, national, and international levels. He has been president of the International Literacy Association, the Illinois Reading Council, the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, and the Northern Illinois Reading Council. He also served on the Board of Directors for each of these organizations as well as the American Reading Forum. Dr. Johns has authored or coauthored nearly 300 articles, monographs, and research studies as well as over 40 professional books. His Basic Reading Inventory, now in the 12th edition, is widely used in undergraduate and graduate classes as well as by practicing teachers.

Susan Lenski

Susan Davis Lenski is a Professor at Portland State University (PSU) in Oregon.  Before joining the faculty at PSU, Dr. Lenski taught in public schools for 20 years and at Illinois State University for 11 years. Her teaching experiences include working with children from kindergarten through high school. Dr. Lenski currently teaches graduate reading and language arts courses.

Dr. Lenski has been recognized by several organizations for her commitment to education. Among her numerous awards, are the Nila Banton Smith Award from the International Reading Association; she was instrumental in her school receiving an Exemplary Reading program Award from the International Reading Association; and she was inducted into the Illinois Reading Hall of Fame. She is currently on the International Reading Association's Board of Directors.

Dr. Lenski's research interests focus on strategic reading and writing and adolescent literacy. She also conducts research on preparing teacher candidates. Dr. Lenski has conducted numerous inservice presentations in the United States, Canada, Guatemala, the Philippines, and Panama and has presented at many state and national conferences. Dr. Lenski has published more than 60 articles and twelve books.

Micki M Caskey

Mary Ann Wham

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