Despite the fact that reading and literacy among boys has been an area of concern for years, this issue remains unresolved today. Additionally, the emphasis and focus have changed due to the implementation of the English Language Arts Common Core Standards. How can educators best encourage male students to read, and what new technologies and techniques can serve this objective? The Common Core Approach to Building Literacy in boys is an essential resource and reference for teachers, librarians, and parents seeking to encourage reading in boys from preschool to 12th grade. Providing a wide array of useful, up-to-date information that emphasizes the English Language Arts Common Core Standards, the bibliographies and descriptions of effective strategies in this book will enable you to boost reading interest and performance in boys. The chapters cover 16 different topics of interest to boys, all accompanied by a complete bibliography for each subject area, discussion questions, writing connections, and annotated new and classic nonfiction titles. Information on specific magazines, annotated professional titles, books made into film, websites, and apps that will help you get boys interested in reading is also included. (Source of description unknown).
Action and adventure -- Art and music -- Comics and graphic novels -- Exceptionalities -- Explorations and journeys -- Fantasy and science fiction -- History and historical fiction -- Humor and poetry -- LGBT -- Math and numbers -- Mechanics and technology -- Nature, environment and animals -- Realistic fiction and social issues -- Science and space -- Sports -- Thriller and mystery -- Appendix A. Apps -- Appendix B. Authors just for boys -- Appendix C. Books made into film -- Appendix D. Magazines for boys -- Appendix E. Web sites -- Appendix F. Annotated professional resources
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