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Practical Strategies for Achieving Success with Struggling Readers and Writers, Grades 6-12

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If you are a teacher working with students in grades 6-12 and are seeking practical, proven strategies to strengthen the reading and writing skills and boost the academic success of your at-risk and struggling learners, this audio seminar is just for you. In this outstanding seminar, experienced secondary teacher and author LARRY LEWIN presents dozens of practical teaching strategies and classroom activities for strengthening the reading and writing skills of your struggling students while accelerating their academic achievement.

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Drawing from his own extensive classroom experience with struggling and hard-to-reach learners, Larry presents innovative, highly effective techniques for strengthening and streamlining the writing process, boosting comprehension of text and nonfiction materials, and effectively incorporating the Internet and other technology to support reading and writing tasks. In addition, you’ll learn new ways to modify existing lessons and assignments to help your struggling students achieve greater academic success.

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately:

  • proven teaching strategies for strengthening the reading and writing skills of your struggling students in grades 6-12, not just in the English/Language Arts classroom but in content area classrooms as well
  • how to deal with the spelling, vocabulary and grammar issues that block resistant writers
  • motivating ways to link reading and writing
  • specific teaching strategies for strengthening note-taking
  • how to help your struggling readers and writers transfer improved literacy skills to other content areas
  • proven classroom management strategies that enable you to create individual and one-on-one teaching time within the regular class period
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