7 edition of Raising the Grade found in the catalog.
April 25, 2008
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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At the end of the day, raising the stakes = giving a character more reasons to care. And if your character cares more, so will your reader. There you have it. Oh, and I still have no idea whether the actual origin of “raise the stakes” refers to tentpoles (moving) or poker (raising the bet).
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The initial grade raising took place from Work was accomplished in quarter-mile-square sections and involved enclosing each section in a dike and then lifting all structures and utilities such as streetcar tracks, fireplugs, and water pipes.
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(Click to enlarge) Note how none of these guys wrote above a ninth-grade level. 4 Nonfiction is a little different, but you’ll notice that these bestselling books tend to hover at or below ninth grade as well, with a few exceptions that are known for their difficulty (e.g., Good to Great is exceptional material but only really accessible to college students) or that were just crappy books.
Raising Strong Readers. Holds a book right-side-up, turns the pages, and understands that pages are read from left to right and from top to bottom; Starting in grade 4, children are expected to “read to learn” — to gain information from books independently.She decides to take on the task of raising Hank, the dragon.
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Raise the Bar Reading. A Reading Teacher's Blog. Teaching Students to Comprehend Nonfiction. With a push to read more and more nonfiction from lower grade levels, I spread out the number of students to books and let students walk around with their nonfiction text features checklists.