Into the Book(2)

This series of videos and interactive activities provides an excellent set of resources for teaching or learning eight research based reading strategies. After receiving your "key" you can investigate the features inside and even pick up where you left off
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This series of videos and interactive activities provides an excellent set of resources for teaching or learning eight research based reading strategies. After receiving your "key" you can investigate the features inside and even pick up where you left off later. The section for Kids has lessons that allow them to learn and practice each of the strategies, while the Teacher section has a wealth of materials and suggestions for incorporating the strategies into the classroom. There are even videos showing teachers putting the strategies into action.

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