The AVID Weekly resource featured below is an excellent resource to aid teachers in selecting high interest texts. By Holly Epstein Ojalvo February 22, am February 22, am Questions about issues in the news for students 13 and older. Have you ever come across a book with notes written in the margins by someone else, like a family member?
In the 20th century it mostly came to be regarded like graffiti: something polite and respectful people did not do.
Contact your campus AVID coordinator to get your password. The teachers then select strategies that will be used throughout the process: pre-reading, interacting with the text and extending the text while developing and practicing academic vocabulary.
He told them that reading a book should not be a passive exercise, but rather a raucous conversation.
Do You Write in Your Books?