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Literacy Work Stations: Making Centers Work

by Debbie Diller

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This book is great for creating meaninful, standards based centers. Diller offers many suggestions for centers that can be differentiated to meet the needs of students in grades K-2. Her suggestions are manageable and effective. ( )
  Erin330 | Nov 20, 2012 |
This book will help teachers solve the dilemma: What does the rest of my class do while I'm working with a small reading group? Debbie Diller offers practical suggestions for over a dozen literacy work stations that link to instruction and make preparation and management easy for teachers. Learn how to set up work stations, how to manage them, and how to keep them going throughout the year.

Each chapter includes:

how to introduce each station;
materials to include at each station;
what to model;
how to solve problems;
how to differentiate;
how to assess and keep students accountable;
reflection questions for professional development.
Materials in both English and Spanish are provided in the extensive resource section. Throughout the book the author has included photos of literacy workstations from a variety of classrooms in which she has worked to illustrate the methods discussed in the text.
  Melanie1 | Jun 21, 2011 |
An excellent resource for establishing and teaching with manageable work stations (centers) in the primary classroom. ( )
  kgarneau | Apr 29, 2010 |
This book presents a variety of literacy centers to use in the classroom. Each chapter is devoted to a different center and includes how to introduce the center, materials needed, ideas for differentiation, and ways to assess students. Then there are also reproduceables for students to use at the different centers.
  kj27 | Dec 9, 2007 |
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