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Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS v INTRODUCTION vi CHAPTER 1 Why Match Books to Readers? 1 CHAPTER 2 A Gradient of Text: What, Why and How? XX CHAPTER 3 A Comprehensive and Effective Literacy Curriculum XX CHAPTER 4 The Text Base for an Effective Language and Literacy Program XX CHAPTER 5 Factors Related to Text Accessibility XX CH A P T E R 6 An a lyzing the Fe a tu res of Tex t s XX CHAPTER 7 Putting Text Analysis into Action XX CHAPTER 8 Creating a High-Quality Leveled Book Collection XX CHAPTER 9 Finding the Right Books for Readers XX CHAPTER 10 Using Leveled Books in Guided Reading XX CHAPTER 11 Understanding Levels of Text: A to I XX CHAPTER 12 Understanding Levels of Text: J to M XX CHAPTER 13 Understanding Levels of Text: N to S XX CHAPTER 14 Understanding Levels of Text: T to Z XX CHAPTER 15 The Classroom Library XX Chapter 16 The Classroom Collection for Guided Reading XX Chapter 17 Creating and Using a School Bookroom XX Chapter 18 Book Clubs, Gifts, and Cost-Effective Planning XX Chapter 19 How to Write Grant Proposals to Acquire More Books XX Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Reading (Middle school).
Children -- Books and reading.