A challenge for managing a classroom supplemental reading
program is keeping up with the books children read. With books
targeted to their ability, they'll read a lot! The first step
is building a classroom library of books at a known reading
level. Don't forget book clubs, used book stores, and garage
sales. The resources on this page help you get the most from
Sustained Silent Reading
is a proven method to increase children's reading ability. This
handbook shows you how to manage one in your classrooom to get the
most out of the time you have. Reading choices are individual, but
let a child's lexile number be a guide to help you suggest titles.
This is a highly-recommended book full
of practical suggestions to help students' think and read. There
are a wide range of activities to help student's better comprehend
text with more than forty strategy lessons.