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Keeping Kids Reading:  How to Raise Avid Readers in the Video Age (English Edition) par [Leonhardt, Mary]
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Once your children have begun reading for pleasure, which books will keep them reading? Keeping Kids Reading identifies common reading paths that children follow, as well as reading paths that are more unusual.

The book is based on the many interviews Mary Leonhardt conducted with avid readers during her 35 years of teaching high school English. A transcript of many of the interviews is included in the appendix.

She found that, as avid readers grow up, they become more willing to read books outside of their special area of interest. But while children are just beginning to fall in love with books, it is very important to identify what kind of books will bring them into a literate world.

Here are some of the reading paths that Leonhardt identifies:

Science Fiction/Fantasy Readers to History and Political Science

Science Fiction to Science and Math

Comics to Classics to Poetry

Mystery to Nonfiction, like Business or Politics

Science Fiction/Fantasy to History and Literature

Horror Books to Relationship Books

Mysteries and Relationship Books to Classics

Relationship Books to a Special Interest

Family and Magic Books to Women Authors

In addition, Keeping Kids Reading has a chapter devoted to keeping kids writing, as well as a chapter that attempts to answer the most common questions on reading that teachers and parents have asked Leonhardt.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 272 pages
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  • Editeur : Mary Leonhardt; Édition : 2 (9 novembre 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00A58XIEM
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Chapter 2 all by itself was worth the price of the book 22 juin 2017
Par J. Brown - Publié sur
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Absolutely one of the best books I've read on the subject. We implemented this with our four daughters, and all have become avid readers. My wife teaches 7th and 8th grade language arts and have implemented it in her classes as well. Leonhardt shares a wealth of wisdom developed from 35 years of teaching.

Leonhardt starts chapter 1 with this question: "What differentiates top readers from mediocre readers? And what is the key ingredient of a top reader?"

She answers by saying, "After thirty-five years of teaching high school English, in schools all across the country, I’m very sure of the answer. The top readers are the avid readers, the students who are always reading books of their own choice, above and beyond the requirements of any high school course.

"It doesn’t seem to matter very much what they read, although over their years of reading they gravitate to more complex authors and books. In my classes I insist that all of my students become avid readers. If they want to get an “A” for their weekly reading, they have to read at least two hundred pages a week of a book of their own choice."

She goes on to detail all the things avid readers can do that mediocre readers can’t, in and out of language arts. And then she makes this point: "Many professors and researchers (undoubtedly not avid readers themselves) have, for years, overlooked the single most crucial fact of teaching reading: if a kid hates reading and never willingly reads, nothing will help him become a better reader until you change that. A love of reading is everything. A love of reading is the crucial factor in reading success."

And so in the rest of the book she shares ways to help kids become avid readers by learning to love reading. And she starts that in chapter 2 by outlining a hierarchy of goals which she calls the 4 Laws of Reading. These four laws alone were worth the price of the book! They changed mine and my wife's way of looking at reading and literature.

Thank you, Ms. Leonhardt!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent book about reading 25 avril 2013
Par EC - Publié sur
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This is the third of Leonhardt's books I've read, and it's as excellent as the other two. Her four rules of reading should be posted in every classroom and pediatrician's office in the country, and I love her alternative to today's standardized testing regime. If only every school could be run and staffed by people like Mary Leonhardt, and she could replace Arne Duncan as SecEd!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 informative 23 août 2013
Par Kindle Customer-Dewey - Publié sur
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I enjoy this because it was a read that corresponded to what I was learning in a few of my college courses. With children being so saturated in technology today it is wise to brush up on ways to engage them as readers of print material even though they may claim to prefer digital means. I also think taking them to the bookstore or library and make choices of their own is very important.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 One Star 22 mai 2016
Par Michelle Alexander - Publié sur
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Read better books on this subject.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great ideas! 16 septembre 2013
Par Tara Andrews - Publié sur
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Very detailed and thorough, a ton of great ideas from an epxerienced teacher and mother. A must read for every parent.
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