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    Perfect Poems With Strategies for Building Fluency: Grades 5–6

    Perfect Poems With Strategies for Building Fluency: Grades 5–6

    by Linda Ward Beech

    Teachers can help students become confident, fluent readers using poetry. Compiled by a reading specialist, this book includes 50 engaging poems specially selected for building different aspects of oral reading fluency: poems to build intonation and phrasing, poems to build phonics patterns and sight words, and poems for repeated, expert readings. Also includes poems that are just right for partner and small group reading. Plus, research-based background on reading fluency and oral reading strategies to help students succeed.

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    Flower Boxes (Target Word - Fragrant): Perfect Poems for Teaching Vocabulary

    Flower Boxes (Target Word - Fragrant): Perfect Poems for Teaching Vocabulary

    Share the poem “Flower Boxes.” Invite children to talk about flowers they see in gardens, at grocery stores, or at farmers’ markets. If possible, share pictures of the different flowers named in the poem. Review unfamiliar words or phrases. For example, jonquils (line 5) and narcissus (line 7) are other names for daffodils!

    This poem and lesson were specifically designed to offer a lively context and spark an interest in words! Includes an illustrated poem, a teacher's page, and tips for teaching with the lesson!

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Author: Natasha Friend

Interest Level:
6-8

Lexile Framework:
590L

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.2

Guided Reading Level:
T

Subject:
Science, Social Studies, Character and Values, Friends and Friendship

About This Book

Thirteen-year-old Isabelle deals with her grief over her father's death by overeating and then making herself throw up. When her mother finds out, Isabelle is sent to Group therapy. While there, Isabelle learns that no one - including the thinnest, prett


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