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As a middle grade/middle school teacher, parents typically want ideas for how to help their struggling readers. That's tricky, because I just want to say, "Read! Read! Read!" But I know they might need more direction. I made this hand-out and posted it, along with book recommendation lists, as a FREEBIE in my store for you to use too! Link in profile.

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Literary Hoots: Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader
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Flowchart: What Books to Give a Middle-Grader

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Book Set Recommendations for Middle School Literature Circles (Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach)

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High-Interest Books for Struggling Middle School Readers

Do you know a middle-schooler struggling with reading? Our #RaiseaReader blog has 10 high-interest books for older, low-level readers. Click for more.

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The creepier the tale, the more middle school students love it. October is the perfect month to introduce middle school students to scary short stories. The 21 short stories below are perfect for H...

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from The Jenny Evolution

Best Middle School Books of 2015

Best New Books for Middle School and Late Elementary of 2015 | The Jenny Evolution

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Literature Circles for Middle School {Common Core Aligned}

Literature circles are a great way to get students grappling with the text. It is important to let students lead the discussion. Ideas for implementing a good literature circle are found on this website.

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