9781338740202

Intervention Reinvention A Volume-Based Approach to Reading Success

  • ISBN 13:

    9781338740202

  • ISBN 10:

    1338740202

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 05/01/2021
  • Publisher: Scholastic Professional

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Summary

Expanding on the research, theory, and practice featured in From Striving to Thriving, this book builds a case for voluminous independent reading as a vital component of all children's growth pathways. The authors offer an easy-to-use guide that begins with foundational actions for increasing volume and, from there, diagnostic questions, instructional options, and targeted practices for launching students into the virtuous cycle of reading success.

Endorsements
 “A watershed book, filled with research-based strategies, amazing book titles, compelling graphics, and ideas for supporting readers of all ages.”
— CRIS TOVANI, literacy consultant and author of Why Do I Have to Read This? Literacy Strategies to Engage Our Most Reluctant Students

“Have your students stalled in their reading lives? Intervention Reinvention will help you understand how they get stuck and show you how to jump start their reading engines. The key? Student agency. When students feel in control—when they get behind the wheel— they read more, enjoy reading more, and begin navigating their own roadmap through the wondrous world of books.”
— CAROL JAGO, past president of the National Council of Teachers of English, and author of The Book in Question: Why and How Reading Is in Crisis

“This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to ensure that all children become lifelong readers. It shares practical ideas to support literacy at school, at home, and in the community.”  
— RAY SANCHEZ, superintendent, Ossining School District, New York
 
“When you put Intervention Reinvention to use, your students will increase their reading volume and be well on their way to exploring new worlds. You’ll find techniques for whole-class, small-group, and individual instruction to develop critical literacy skills. Start where your students are, and build from there. You will see your students’ literacy skills grow exponentially. This guide makes that possible.”
—LAQUITA OUTLAW, principal, Bay Shore Middle School

Intervention Reinvention tackles intervention in a completely new and innovative way. It puts kids and their independent reading at the core of the reading process. It gives teachers a path forward as they launch readers into a genuine, rewarding, long-lasting reading life. Kids will see reading as a deeply layered experience that builds identity, enjoyment, and agency. This book is a must-have for teachers and administrators alike.”
— ANNE GOUDVIS, literacy consultant and author, with Stephanie Harvey, of Strategies That Work, Third Edition

“This book is for any educator looking to build meaningful relationships with young readers. Steph, Annie, Maggie, and Suzanne offer an asset-based approach centered on knowing kids well, urging us to reimagine intervention and take a design thinking approach to build students’ confidence and capability.”
— ISLAH TAUHEED, teacher and teacher advocate, Linden Tree Elementary School
 

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