6 edition of reading groups book found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jenny Hartley ; with a survey conducted in association with Sarah Turvey ; foreword by Margaret Forster ; illustrations by Ros Asquith.|
|Contributions||Turvey, Sarah., Hartley, Jenny.|
|LC Classifications||LC6656.G7 H37 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||2002032667|
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A collection of reading teaching resources, specifically for use in reading groups. This collection includes a large number of comprehension texts, sight word resources and reading and comprehension strategies materials. Educational resources included in this collection are worksheets, posters with hints and techniques, units and lesson plans, interactive PowerPoints, reader’s theatre. The complete guide to starting and sustaining a reading group, with annotated lists of titles for provocative discussion. This lively, down-to-earth book, based on the experiences of groups across the country, is a complete guide to reading groups—from getting a new one going to sparking lively discussions to revitalizing a long-established group/5(3).
Teach a new reading strategy: 12 Comprehension Strategies or Reading Story ~ Give a summary statement of the new book or chapter. Discuss illustrations, captions, headings Students make predictions. Teacher introduces the new vocabulary. All students then read at their own pace to a designated page. Recommended for Book Clubs by Title, All With Discussion Guides. 80 reading guides for book titles starting with "A".
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Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. The Reading Group follows the trials and tribulations of a group of women who meet regularly to read and discuss the course of a year, each of these women become intertwined, both in the books they read and within each other's lives.
Inspired by a shared desire for conversation, a good book and a glass of wine-Clare, Harriet, Nicole, Polly, and Susan undergo Cited by: 3. This group is for people participating in the Popsugar reading challenge for The Popsugar website posted a reading challenge that included a list of 40 different ways to choose your next book.
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Over the course of a year, each of these women’s lives becomes intertwined, both through the books they read and the real-life stories they tell/5. Reading group: Nina Stibbe's Reasons to be Cheerful is our book for April The Love, Nina author’s novel about a year-old who moves above a dental surgery to escape her mother is set to raise.
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Great minds read alike: Oprah and B&N both selected this poignant, timely novel about family, sacrifice, and hope for our book clubs. The Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition includes an original essay from Jeanine Cummins that takes readers behind the scenes of American Dirt and a discussion guide for reading groups.
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While discussing books is our passion we also have active forums for talking about poetry, short stories, writing and authors. Behind the Beautiful Forevers is a nonfiction book written in a narrative style. Katherine Boo spent several years in an Indian slum.
In the book, she uses one family's story to highlight the realities of life in the slum. The book does not give easy answers of a prescription for change, but it will give groups plenty to discuss. Reading groups are when a group of family members, friends, co-workers, etc. choose a book to read then they get together and discuss the reading club books in order to deepen the experience.
Reading group guides are increasing in popularity. These book clubs are encouraging people to read more. Reading for your book club and socializing with your group members is a lot of fun, but sometimes it can be tricky to find a book that no one has read yet and everyone will enjoy.
Maybe you've already read The Lovely Bones, Water for Elephants, Cutting for Stone, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and you're looking for books that go beyond the obvious picks.Book Clubs Whether you are a current Book Club member or are looking to start a Book Club of your own, this is the place to go for great book recommendations your club is sure to enjoy!
“When you sell a man a book you don’t sell just twelve ounces of paper and ink and glue – you sell him a whole new life.Meeting more often might be difficult with today's busy lifestyles, and probably won't allow people to finish the book.
If your group does decide to meet this often, you might consider reading your books in sections and only discussing a few chapters at a time. Some groups find that every other month is .