All posts tagged help with reading

How To: Get Reluctant Readers Who Can Decode Reading

When Good Readers Don’t Want to Read. Ever!

This is part 2 of a nice series from TWRCank.com — Resources for Teaching Online:  Think, Wonder, Reflect, Connect & Refine.  The entire article can be found by clicking here. Read more…

boys and reading, reluctant readers, reading, reading strategies, Andy Sherrod

Books for Reluctant Boy Readers

Children’s Author Andy Sherrod’s Book Picks for Boys Who Hate to Read

I wanted to spend this week covering books and reading strategies for reluctant boy readers and I had all these great posts that I found during the past year stored up, so here they are! This was a great post by The Hate Mongering Tart about writer Andy Sherrod. Andy not only gives tips about how engage boys as readers but also gives book suggestions coupled with research. Read more…

Are Boys Behind Girls in Reading?

Harvard School of Education’s Opinion

Is our education system failing boys?  The Harvard School of Education’s take on this raging debate.

Putting the “Boy Crisis” in Context:  Finding solutions to boys’ reading problems may require looking beyond gender Read more…

Chapter Book for Lacrosse Players: The Warriors (ages 8-14)

 Best Chapter Book for Boys Who Play Lacrosse

For anyone who loves the game of lacrosse, this is a must-read book.  To the Iroquois nation, lacrosse is a game that is spiritual and helps to connect their community through the act of playing.  In this novel by gifted Native Indian author Joseph Bruchac, Jake Forrest leaves his reservation for a posh boarding school in Washington D.C.  The two worlds could not be more different, and the only thing in common in the game of lacrosse.  But at boarding school, lacrosse is played with a very different attitude than at home. Read more…