These new book sets (both fiction and non-fiction) will provide a greater practice of reading strategies for young readers. Students will become more fluent in their reading, sight word knowledge, sense of story, grammar and decoding.
Expand the collections of book titles to provide quality literature that will compliment the set curriculum. These books cover a wide range of topics including Holocaust, physical disabilities, gender differences, economic backgrounds and character struggles.
New books in the classroom will give students the access to new genres and formats. These new titles will be used in Reader’s Workshop, to read aloud and during independent reading time.
Newly purchased audio-books will be implemented for students with learning differences that require reading intervention. These audio-books will be used during guided-reading sessions for those students that qualify.
Newly purchased books will help to enhance the libraries collections and will be used in a variety of ways to educate as well as encourage reluctant readers.