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Glennon Doyle Melton; Amy H. Glennon Doyle Melton ; Amy H. Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. She says that the lessons offered in the book can be adapted for students of any age. Standardized tests are written in such formal English… and the format is so different from any other text students read, that just spending some time exploring and demystifying the test can make a big difference.
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Teaching and modeling effective reading strategies across the curriculum, and showing students how to apply these strategies on tests, is something we can do to support our test takers all the way through high school. The book describes how to teach smart test taking in connection with smart reading. Both testing and reading are skills that should be addressed from kindergarten through high school. Greene and Melton teach the test as a reading genre. Like any other genre, students need to have a toolbox of general reading strategies as well as test specific reading strategies to navigate and understand it, says Melton.
Rather, they feel that students feel empowered and do better on test day when they are as comfortable with the test genre as they are when they sit down with a good mystery.
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Only then can they concentrate on recalling content. Greene responded.
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Tests are a genre! That is all the question was intended to assess. Students would have to first be able to read fluently on the reading level of the passage. They would have to infer. They would have to determine importance. They would have to understand the conventions of poetry. They would have to be able to visualize.
They would have to know enough about the test genre to navigate things like numbered lines and boxed text.