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by A. Vincent Ciardiello

Download Puzzle Them First!: Motivating Adolescent Readers With Question Finding eBook
ISBN:
0872075818
Author:
A. Vincent Ciardiello
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
International Reading Association (November 1, 2006)
Pages:
216 pages
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Puzzle Them First! book. The author This unique teaching strategy - question-finding - can help you teach content literacy by presenting puzzling situations that lead your adolescent students to probe the multiple meaning of text and ask challenging, open-ended questions.

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Motivating Adolescent Readers with Question-finding A. Vincent Ciardiello . His first book, Angela’s Ashes, won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the Los Angeles Times Book Award.

His first book, Angela’s Ashes, won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the Los Angeles Times Book Award. In 2006, he won the prestigious Ellis Island Family Heritage Award for Exemplary Service in the Field of the Arts and the United Federation of Teachers John Dewey Award for Excellence in Education.

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Puzzle Them First!: Motivating Adolescent Readers With Question-Find" by academician and reading instruction specialist A. Vincent Ciardiello focuses on the use of 'question-finding' as a strategy for teaching content literacy to adolescent students. Question-finding' teaches students how to effectively probe the multiple meanings of text, as well as reducing any social constraints, thereby increasing their independence as readers and inquirers.

Key features of this important new book include: Teaching Flexibility. It is also appropriate for secondary reading specialists or literacy coaches responsible for establishing or maintaining a school-wide literacy program. All chapters have been reorganized and most of the text rewritten.

Puzzle them first: Motivating adolescent readers with question finding. Author's note: For more question-asking activities, see my book Teaching Comprehension with Questioning Strategies that Motivate Middle School Readers (Scholastic, 2009)

Puzzle them first: Motivating adolescent readers with question finding. Author's note: For more question-asking activities, see my book Teaching Comprehension with Questioning Strategies that Motivate Middle School Readers (Scholastic, 2009). Larry Lewin works as an education consultant. He is the coauthor of Great Performances: Creating Classroom-Based Performance Assessments (ASCD, 2010); 2145 Lincoln S. Eugene, OR 97405; 541-343-1577; larryylewin.

This unique teaching strategy - question-finding - can help you teach content literacy by presenting puzzling situations that .

This unique teaching strategy - question-finding - can help you teach content literacy by presenting puzzling situations that lead your adolescent students to probe the multiple meanings of text and ask challenging, open-ended questions. The author encourages you to pause and ponder and ponder and practice within each chapter to reinforce and apply the concepts.

Can students learn from simply asking questions--even ones that may never have answers?

Vincent Ciardiello suggests that to truly learn, students should be puzzled about new knowledge. Question-finding, the unique strategy described in this book, fosters this learning by leading adolescent students to probe the multiple meanings of text and ask challenging, open-ended questions. Focus units illustrate how you can use question-finding across the curriculum.

In each chapter, the author encourages you to ''pause and ponder'' and ''ponder and practice'' to reinforce and apply the question-finding concepts.

Other practical tools include:

An annotated list of materials and resources that stimulate question-finding A sample lesson plan that demonstrates the strategy A glossary of important concepts and specialized terms that help you understand the question-finding process

Use this resource to motivate and engage your students and help them become independent readers and inquirers.

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