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Conferring with Readers QRG

Non-Member Price: $12.99

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Author(s): Kari Yates, Christina Nosek

Written and curated by some of the leading authors and voices in literacy education, quick-reference guides (QRGs) are engaging and easy-access tri-fold publications that offer brief, research-based definitions, strategies, tips, activities, and more to address many of the core topics in English and language arts classrooms.

Level(s): Elementary, Middle, Secondary

ISBN/ISSN: 9780814186251

Stock No.: 86251

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Quick-Reference Guide

This rich guide helps teachers take the uncertainty and mystery out of conferring, while empowering students to become more independent, joyful, and purposeful in their reading lives. Using a versatile collection of predictable and interactive teaching moves, teachers will be able to meet readers where they are, recognize and celebrate efforts, partner to solve problems, and gently nudge them forward. Grades K-12.

8 1/2" x 11", laminated, 3-hole-punched tri-fold (6 panels)

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