Daily Reading Practice Hi-Lo Student Workbook
Hi-Lo refers to high interest (for 7-12) and low reading level (grade 2-6). The student reads the same passage daily for a week, doing one page (a different exercise) each day, building familiarity and proficiency in handling the passage. Repetition figures heavily into this format. For a high school student struggling with reading, this may be just what you are looking for. Taking only a few minutes a day, use it as a daily warm-up activity. The teacher book has the reading selections in the back of the book, clearly labeled for each week. Some days the teacher will read, others days the student and teacher will read together; the student will read to himself; and then read aloud to the teacher. Activities are varied and use a lot of literary terms that are helpful in test prep. Spiral teacher book, stapled student book, pb. ~ Sara
The optional student workbook is not reproducible and does not contain the answer keys found in the teacher guide.
This is a reading comprehension series based on the belief that students should do quick, short, daily reviews on a regular basis so that reading skills will be forced into long-term memory. As teachers we often use such techniques in learning math skills, for example. Why not apply it to reading? This series applies the same methodology used in Daily Grammar Practice and is also by the same author as Focused Writing: Elementary Writing Practice.
Each level’s Student Workbook (one per student) provides an introduction to the program, a quick weekly reference guide (an overview of the weekly focus skills), and daily directions with space to record answers. Each weekday, no matter their level, students work the same targeted reading skills—just at their own level. The activities become more in depth as the week progresses, and also as students progress yearlythrough the levels. For example, every Monday after reading that week’s selection for the first time, students will review how to determine the passage’s main subject and how to construct
Daily Reading Practice for Grades 1-10
Students work with one reading selection each week. They study that selection each day and complete such tasks as identifying subject and purpose on Monday, engaging in word study on Tuesday, making inferences and relating to prior knowledge on Wednesday, creating graphic organizers and skimming on Thursday, and writing summaries on Friday.
Each level of Daily Reading Practice contains 30 high-interest reading selections with related questions and assignments. Selections cover a variety of subject areas and prepare students to handle passages on standardized tests. Student "help pages" provide useful information about everything from root words to literary techniques to summarizing skills. Students can complete the short, daily reviews with or without workbooks.