Sustained Silent Reading.

Sustained silent reading (SSR) in the classroom involves students in reading  for an extended period. In some schools, SSR-type programs are called “DEAR” (drop everything and read), “SQUIRT” (silent, quiet, uninterrupted individualized reading time), or “USSR” (uninterrupted sustained silent reading).

Although there are variations in format and implementation, the basic principles are the same. Studies indicate that students who engage in SSR improve in both reading achievement and attitude toward reading. 

 

 These are some of the stories students have decided to read.

 

BREAKOUT (Solana Rabbia)

SHERLOK HOLMES (Nicolas Kohan,  Facundo Szulman, Nahuel Curi.)

THE CURSE OF THE MUMMY (Lautaro Fishman)

THE SELFISH GIANT (Ignacio  Acosta y Lara, Facundo Muñoz)

FOUNDATION AND EARTH ( Bruno )

THE ELEPHANT MAN (Julian de la Torre)

CLOUDY WITH CHANCE OF BOYS (Emilia )

DRACULA (Anita)

HARRY POTTER (Facundo S, Luana, Micaela)

TALES OF FOURTH GRADE NOTHING (Nicolas Lausi)

MOON FLEET (Ignacio Acosta y Larauñoz)

MATILDA (Facundo M)

GOTHIC (Santiago Brusco)

TINTIN (Dante)

HOUR OF OLYMPICS (Nicolas Barsky)

Fecha: 20/3/2014 | Creado por: Jimena Fernanda
Categoria: Some interesting experiences