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Best elementary school reading program



QUESTION:

Area of Concern: Reading Comprehension
Submitted by: Teacher
Grade Level: Elementary School
Competency: At Level
I am trying to design an ideal elementary school reading program for a class. Money is not a problem. This is for an urban district, which is where I work. What do you have that would be most effective?

At this point, struggling readers are pulled out for reading recovery, Reading 180 and other purchased programs. I do not see that this is working. However, I need to design this for the entire school and not just struggling readers.



ANSWER:

Based on your description, Book Punch is ideal for you. It guides students through the writing process using interactive prompts to focus thinking about a particular book.

Students use Book Punch to gather ideas, organize their thoughts, compose sentences, revise, edit and publish responses to a work of literature.

All of the books covered in Book Punch are commonly read in schools today. Books may be assigned to a whole class or to each pupil's individual reading level.


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