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My Go-To Book, A Linky Party

Do you have a professional book that you just can't live without?  Maybe more than one?  There really are some good professional books out there with some great ideas.  Stephanie from Teaching in Room 6 is hosting a linky party so we can all share what our favorite go-to book is!  On an earlier post, I showcased the book, When Readers Struggle.   I really like this book as I am a Reading Specialist who teaches struggling readers in Title 1 Reading.  Another book that I really like is Linda Hoyt's Revisit Reflect Retell.  It is just filled with great ideas for teaching comprehension to students.  It is geared for the classroom, not specifically for struggling readers.  It even comes with a cd with the reproducibles from the book and a dvd to show you how Linda Hoyt uses two of the comprehension strategies.  Love it!

 


8 comments:

  1. Oh, this book looks very interesting! It seems that the lowest 20% are the readers who need that extra something. I'll have to look into this book!

    Dee
    First Impressions

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  2. Oh! I have this book. I picked it up when I read the description, but never really read it. I'll have to give it a second look! I found you through the linky party and am a new follower!

    Hopping Into First Graden

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  3. I love this book! Great choice :) Thanks for stopping by our blog :)

    Lisa and Beth :)
    http://madeintheshadeinsecondgrade.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thank you for linking up! (and I was FINALLY able to get on without a problem...I am on my laptop now, so I think it is an issue with my desktop :/ ) Comprehension is always a struggle for my students, so I may just have to check out your recommendation. Thanks again!

    ~Stephanie
    Teaching in Room 6

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  5. I haven't read this book. Will definitely have to check it out!

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  6. Thanks for sharing. I'm definitely going to put this on my wish list. I'm always looking for was to help my readers!

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