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This page contains books to help you understand how to create content units by thinking backward. By starting with the GLE or Standard you want your students to learn, the big idea for the unit is presented first.  From there you can assess whether the student meets the benchmark in the teacher/student created rubric.

Alphabetical listing, by last name:

  • Action Strategies for Deepening Comprehension by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm Ph D
  • Apprenticeship in Literacy, Transitions Across Reading & Writing by Linda Dorn.
  • A Writers Notebook, Unlocking the Writer within You by Ralph Fletcher
  • Building the Primary Classroom by Toni Bikart, Judy Jablon & Diane Dodge
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  • Children As Illustrators by Susan Conklin Thompson
  • Choice Words by Peter H. Johnstone
  • Craft Lessons by Ralph Fletcher
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  • Do I have to Teach Reading by Chris Tovani Grades 6-12
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  • Improving Comprehension with Think - Aloud Strategies by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm Ph D.
  • Integrating Differentiated Instruction & Understanding by Design. by Ann Tomlinson and Jay McTighe
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  • Learning From Teaching in Literacy Education by Emily M. Rodgers and Gay Su Pinnell
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  • Making the Match by Teri S. Lesesne
  • Mosaic of Thought by Ellin O. Keene
  • More Than Anything Else by Marie Braby
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  • Practical Poetry A nonstandard approach to Meeting Content by Sara Holbrook
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  • Quotes to Inspire Great Reading Teachers by Cathy Collins Block & Susan Israel
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  • Revisit, Reflect & Retell by Linka Hoyt
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  • Seven Keys to Comprehension by Susan Zimmerman & Chryse Hutchins
  • Show Don't Tell, Secrets of Writing by Josephine Nobisso
  • Starting With Comprehension by Andie Cunningham & Ruth Shagoury
  • Strategies That Work by Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis
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  • Teaching for Comprehension and Fluency  K-8 by Fountas & Pinnell
  • Teaching Reading in Social Studies, Science and Math by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm Ph D.
  • Teaching Struggling Readers by Carol A. Lyons and Marie M. Clay
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  • The 9 Rights of Every Writer - A Guide for Teachers by Vicki Spandel
  • The Comprehension Tookkit Grades 3-6 by Stephanie Harvey 7 Anne Goudvis
  • The Daily Five Fostering Literacy in Elementary Grades by Gail Boushey
  • The First Six Weeks of School by Paula Denton & Rosann Kriete
  • The Literacy Map by Richard Gentry
  • The Literacy Map K-3 by Richard Gentry
  • The Literacy Map 4-6 by Richard Gentry
  • The Morning Meeting Book by Rosann Kriete & Lynn Bechtel
  • Tools for Teaching Content Literacy by Janet Allen
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  • Understanding by Design by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
  • Units of Study - Lucy Calkins Grades K-2
  • Units of Study by Lucy Calkins Grades 3-5
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  • Where's The Glitch? How to use Running Records with older Grades 5-8 by Mary Shea
  • Word Journeys by Kathy Ganske
  • Words Their Way by Donald R. Bear, Marcia Invernizzi, Shane R. Templeton, and Francine Johnston
  • Writing for Real: Strategies for Engaging Adolescent Writers by Ross M. Burkhardt

 


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