Reading Stories for Comprehension Success. Senior High Level, Reading Levels 10–12

  • ID: 2211082
  • Book
  • 496 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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For classroom reading teachers and specialists, this unique resource is one of four volumes of
"Reading Stories for Comprehension Success" packed with ready–to–use story lessons and activities for building students′ reading, comprehension, and writing skills in grades 1 through 12.

Volume I, PRIMARY LEVEL, presents 45 detailed lessons, reproducible story selections and questions, and related activities for reading grade levels 1, 2, and 3.

Volume II, INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, presents 45 detailed lessons, reproducible story selections and questions, and related activities for reading grade levels 4, 5, and 6.

Volume III, JUNIOR HIGH LEVEL, presents 45 detailed lessons, reproducible story selections an questions, and related activities for reading levels 7, 8, and 9.

Volume IV, SENIOR HIGH LEVEL, presents 45 detailed lessons, reproducible story selections an questions, and related activities for reading levels 10, 11, and 12.

The story lessons and activities in both volumes are designed with modifications for the learning disabled built in. They can be used with all regular and special students in any basal or whole language reading program, and help increase students′ confidence, interest, and involvement in learning while growing comprehension skills.

You′ll find 15 story lessons at each grade level, all printed in a big 8–1/4" x 11" format for easy photocopying of the stories, questions, and accompanying tests and student data sheets. Each story lesson is organized into the following sections:

  • About the Story: A brief overview introduces the story′s topic, e.g., "Fast–Food Computers" (Reading Level 2) or "The Mystery of St. Elmo′s Fire" (Reading Level 4).
  • Preview Words: A helpful word list introduces students to any unfamiliar vocabulary.
  • Books to Read: Recommended books relate to the subject of the story lesson.
  • Videos/CD′s, Records & Cassettes: These additional resources will help get students hooked into the story lesson.
  • Introductory Activities: Role–playing, card games, crafts projects, and other activities familiarize students with the topics of the story.
  • The Story: Each factual story is designed to capture and hold students′ interest and is accompanied by a reproducible full–page picture.
  • Questions: Specially designed comprehension questions require students to think out their answer and respond with complete, written sentences.
  • Extension Activities: Projects, plays, and a variety of other activities allow the student to experience the subject beyond the story.

In addition, both Junior High and Senior High Levels feature story–related Quotes of the Week... Interview Topics... and Word Origin Study.

Each grade–level volume also includes a special introduction offering detailed suggestions for using "Reading Stories for Comprehension Success" with students of all abilities. This covers teaching strategies, reading ability guidelines, sentence writing lessons, and directions for effective use of the pre–tests, teacher lesson plans, and student data sheets.

In short, "Reading Stories for Comprehension Success" gives you a single developmental program you can use with all of the regular and special students in your classroom. It provides maximum flexibility in lesson preparation and the freedom to base each lesson on your students′ needs.

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INTRODUCTION.

Using Reading Stories for Comprehension Success.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Literal and Interpretive Questions.

Who Can Use Reading Stories for Comprehension Success?

Classroom Environment.

Attention Deficit Disorder.

Teaching Strategies.

Reading Ability Guidelines.

Presenting the Story Lesson.

Pretest.

Teacher Lesson Plan.

Lesson Plan Form.

Course Synopsis Form.

Student Data Sheet.

In Conclusion.

READING LEVEL 10.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word–Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet.

Titles:

Habitat for Humanity.

An Unlikely Volunteer.

George Catlin: Portraitist of Native America.

The Mutating World of Recorded Music.

Chess: The Game of Antiquity.

Deep Blue and the Turing Test.

Microphotography.

Violence in Our Schools.

Trading the Outdoors for the Indoors.

Bonsai: Little Trees in a Pot.

Dreams: What Do They Mean?

Among the Stars: Carl Sagan.

Privatizing Space.

Interstellar Space Travel: Make Your Reservation Now.

Benjamin Banneker: America′s Scientific Excellence.

READING LEVEL 11.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word–Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet.

Titles:

What Can We Learn from a Frozen Land?: Antarctica.

The Rhythm of Latin American Music.

The Epic Paintings of Jacob Lawrence.

The Sinking of the Vasa.

The Vasa Returns Home.

The West Wind.

Why Do We Kiss Under the Mistletoe?

Copyright Laws vs. Videocassette Recorders.

Apollo 204.

Cold War Hysteria or Espionage: The Rosenberg Trial.

South America′s Atlantis.

Teenage Smokers.

America′s Youth: Making a Difference.

"Home is Where the Heart is": The Ronald McDonald House.

Lillian Evelyn Moller Gilbreth: Saving Time, Saving Money.

READING LEVEL 12.

Under Each Title:

About the Story.

Quotes of the Week.

Interview Topic.

Preview Words.

Word–Origin Study.

Books to Read.

Book Club.

Introductory Activities.

Extension Activities.

Story Selection.

Questions Sheet.

Titles:

The Dresden Codex.

Radioactive Seas.

Microbes in Outer Space.

Something′s Wrong with the Frogs.

Halloween: From Past to Present.

Immigrant Cars.

America′s Navajo Code Talkers.

Could It Be Magic?

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Mandatory Volunteerism.

Booker T. Washington and the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.

The Hack Attack.

Immerse Yourself in a Virtual Reality.

Zoo Atlanta′s Virtual Gorilla Habitat.

Reliving the Ancient Voyage of the Polynesians.

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Katherine Hall received her B.A. in Elementary Education from the University of Texas at El Paso. She has worked with elementary students for many years as a first grade, ESL, and resource room teacher. Ms. Hall was an active member of the Texas State Council for the International Reading Association for over ten years and has presented various teacher inservice workshops. She has published articles in several magazines and currently tutors students at the elementary through college levels.
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