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Contents List of Mini-Lessons Foreword to the First Edition Foreword to the Second Edition Acknowledgments Introduction ARTICLE My Son Clark by Lisa Koch Chapter 1 Challenging Leveled-Book Mania ARTICLE Teacher Decision Making Is the Key to Choosing Among Leveled Books and Going Beyond by Diane Deford and Adria Klein Chapter 2 Expanding Our Definition of Just Right Books in Our K-1 Classrooms ARTICLE Creating High-Quality Leveled Books for Beginning Readers by Lynn Salem and Josie Stewart ARTICLE Organizing Book Bins: Letting Kids In On the Plan by Katie DiCesare Chapter 3 Understanding Transitional Readers ARTICLE Is There Life After Captain Underpants? Fiction for Transitional Boy Readers by Larry Swartz Chapter 4 When Levels and Learning Clash: Moving from Levels to Supports in Designing Instruction ARTICLE Supporting Student Book Choice by Kathy Collins Chapter 5 Taking a Close Look at Series Books ARTICLE "Barnstormers...a series for transitional/reluctant/emergent readers from a dad who happens to live with one." by Loren Long Chapter 6 Using Picture Books, Nonfiction, and Graphic Novels With Transitional Readers ARTICLE Nonfiction Books for Independent Reading: Moving Beyond Content Connections by Franki Sibberson ARTICLE Comprehending Graphic Novels: A Primer for Teachers by Mary Lee Hahn Chapter 7 Organizing for Thoughtful Instruction ARTICLE On Kidney Tables: Small Changes for Big Effects by Karen Szymusiak Chapter 8 Grouping for Instruction ARTICLE Just Because They Can Doesn't Mean They Should by Shari Frost Chapter 9 Building a Reading Community Chapter 10 Taking the Conversations Home Epilogue Appendix Children's Books Series Books Professional References Index List of Mini-Lessons Using What We Know About Familiar Characters Recognizing Flashbacks Inferring from the Text in a Poem Using Background Knowledge Building Comprehension When Is a Book a Just-Right Book? Just-Right Books-Things to Think About Introducing a New Series to the Classroom How Do You Read Series Books? Making Predictions in Series Books Understanding New Vocabulary/Words with Double Meanings Supporting Predictions by Finding Proof in the Book Reading Descriptive Language to Visualize Settings Recognizing and Using Directional Words Beyond Browsing Nonfiction Text Supporting Thoughts with Lines from the Text Understanding Graphic Novels One Book Can Change You As a Reader
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Children -- Books and reading.