Choosing the books for a summer reading program on the high school level can be the most challenging part of the task. Once you have selected and presented them to your students, transfer ownership of the project to the students who have to select and read a required work or works.
How do you choose books that your students will actually want to read over the summer? Start with this list, and let your students choose the books that most interest them!
When it comes to assessing a summer reading assignment, the methods can be as varied as the book choices themselves. Here are three different types of assessments.
Offering options regarding students’ book choices can improve the chances of your summer reading program’s success. In addition, giving them a incentive that can help their grades next year may prompt them to follow through, as well.
Many middle and high school teachers dole out summer reading assignments to their students that see few results. Learn some creative ideas that can prompt your students to read over summer break.
With summer around the corner, middle school students are ready to pack up their books and be done with school until Labor Day. Before they fall out of the habit of reading, take a trip to Barnes and Noble or your local bookstore and pick up some books for middle school students to enjoy over break.
Encourage your high school students to spend some time reading over summer break. These ten current books are sure to grab the attention of even the most reluctant reader.
Kids who read succeed! Many children stop reading once the school year is over and lose some of the progress they attained over the year. Encourage teenagers to read all summer long with these books and programs that they won’t be able to resist.
During the summer, it is important for kids to read. Reading builds vocabulary and fluency as well as sparks the imagination and builds knowledge. This 5th grade summer reading list contains the type of books that will interest kids and keep them reading while they are not in school.
Between vacations, camps and other activities, it can be tricky to keep first graders reading during the summer months. Use some of these high interest texts to supplement your list of books for summer reading. Nonfiction for first grade students doesn’t have to be too challenging.