1 edition of The summer slide found in the catalog.
The summer slide
Karl L. Alexander
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Karl Alexander, Sarah Pitcock, Matthew Boulay, foreword by Paul Reville|
|LC Classifications||LC5751 .G79 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 342 pages|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||2016030420|
An increasing number of studies show kids who don't read on summer break do slip in academic abilities by the time autumn rolls around. It’s called the “summer slide” and we have expert.
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The concept of the summer slide has been on researchers’ radar since at leastwhen one of the first comprehensive studies on the phenomenon was published.
The study showed that kids lose significant knowledge in reading and math over summer break, which tends to have a snowball effect as they experience subsequent skill loss each year. It’s the educational phenomenon referring to the backslide that many kids experience if they completely unplug from learning over the summer.
The summer slide book Educators have said they are likely to see a stronger slide this summer than in years past because of the early ending of the traditional school year, plus the reduction or elimination of summer programs. The summer slide is a decline in reading ability and other academic skills that can occur over the summer months when school isn’t in session.
Numerous studies show that kids who don’t read during summer vacation actually slip in reading ability by the time autumn rolls around. These are summer workbooks that have reading, writing, and math practice covering material from the level the child just finished. For example, if your student finished Level 1, choose the Level 1 Summer Slide book.
There’s a page a day for 40 days. They can be printed or bought. You can use the “print” links to look inside. Students who lack books to read at home during the summer can fall months, and eventually years, behind their peers. Fortunately, research points to summer reading as a powerful solution for preventing summer slide and closing the reading achievement gap once and for all.
Summer Slide By the Numbers. Why is summer reading so important. This phenomenon – sometimes referred to as summer learning loss, summer setback, or summer slide – has been of interest to education researchers going back The summer slide book.
Enhance Your Program with a New Digital Reading Tool. Literacy Pro—a complete, blended-learning tool—will personalize each student’s experience based on interest, reading-level, and ts will be motivated by the best titles to read throughout the summer.
Plus, they will find connections to an array of My Books Summer titles and complete online “Think More” quizzes that. So, there was a summer slide in computation, but that loss was more than regained within two weeks back at school.
For reasoning she found an average grade equivalent increase of year. The 20 Best Books to Read This Summer The 20 Best Books to Read This Summer Continued on next slide. The Book of Rosy by Rosayra Pablo Cruz and Julie Schwietert CollazoAuthor: Kim Hubbard. Addressing Summer Slide: • Access to books is critical.
The public library is an excellent free resource for families to have access to books of a wide range of interests and reading levels, as well as librarians to guide children and families in selecting great books. If you don’t do any other schooling this summer, make sure you are reading regularly The summer slide book avoid the Summer Slide.
10 SMART ways to keep reading over the Summer 💙 Go Outdoors. Take your books to the park or beach. Make a reading den in the garden with blankets and cushions. 💙 Book Play – create a craft related to a book or character. One way to avoid this "summer slide" is to encourage your child to keep reading over the summer.
Here's some top tips to help keep reading fun – and avoid losing those hard-won new skills. Set aside 20 minutes each day for reading time. It can be a chapter book, a comic or even a much loved picture book.
" The Summer Slide provides the reader with everything they didn't know about summer learning loss and also provides information on everything we do know about eliminating summer learning loss. Do your school a favor and read this book, and then act upon what you have learned." ―Richard Allington, University of TennesseePrice: $ Avoid the Summer Slide.
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Summer slide. The fun slide at the park. Noooo, mama. Watch to learn what summer slide is, and how we can prevent it. Don't have a consultant. Shop here: Don't go down the summer slide. Climb to the top with EP "Climb the Summer Slide" books.
This level reviews what the students learned in math, reading, and language arts in EP's first level. Choose this if the student just completed level 1. They will read a short excerpt each day from one of the books from EP's first level.5/5(12).
Summer is the perfect time for students of all ages to relax, but it’s also a time when summer learning loss can occur. This learning loss is called the “summer slide,” and happens when children do not engage in educational activities during the summer months.
While summer vacation is months away, many parents are startingContinue Reading. Price: $ About: This book is an authoritative examination of summer learning loss, featuring original contributions by scholars and practitioners at the forefront of the movement to understand and stem the summer contributors provide an up-to-date account of what research has to say about summer learning loss, the conditions in low-income children’s homes and communities that.
New Usborne Titles: Picture Books, Pop-ups, lift-the-flap books and more. - Duration: FaithNBo views. Books are tools to put the brakes on the summer reading slide. Consider the alternative: kids falling further and further behind classmates during this COVID era.
Make a difference and buy a book. This is often referred to as 'the summer slide' or the 'summer learning loss.' On the other hand, students who do read over the summer may gain a month of proficiency in reading. 'Summer Reading Book Bundles' by Bookends Set to Help Prevent 'Summer Slide' By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFF.
July 2, at AM “By purchasing a Summer Reading Book Bundle, a donor can help. A single mom in Cleveland is spending the summer handing out free books to kids to help prevent what she calls the "corona summer slide," a concern that students will fall further behind in learning over the summer break."[Students] were out of school for the [coronavirus] pandemic and then summer," Chrishawndra Matthews told "Good Morning America.".
Stop Summer Slide. Our flagship program, Stop Summer Slide!, provides 12 books per child in the elementary schools we serve.
InStop Summer Slide. served every child in 13 Athens elementary schools plus Downtown Academy, two schools in Atlanta, two schools in Elberton, and one school in Warrenton – a total of 8, students.
Summer slide is the phrase used to describe the slide backwards that many children make in reading and math skills over the summer. It’s possible for a child to regress months back in terms of reading level, meaning they could start school in September at the same reading level they were at in April of the previous year.
The ‘summer slide’ was tough before COVID, but getting kids in back-to-school mode is extra tough this year. Here are some tips to get you started. By Tracy Swartz, Chicago Tribune 15 mins ago. This book is an authoritative examination of summer learning loss, featuring original contributions by scholars and practitioners at the forefront of the movement to understand-and stem-the "summer slide." The contributors provide an up-to-date account of what research has to say about summer learning loss, the conditions in low-income children.
fall victim to the “summer slide” if not provided with summer reading opportunities. So how do we prevent the summer slide-or even accelerate reading growth. Here are a few ideas: Visit your local library.
Help your child find “right fit” books. Right fit books are books that are of. Have A Dedicated Reading Time. Set aside a specific daily time when the kids read or you read to them.
In our house, the kids read as part of their learning time checklist activity, but also have book time before bed. Since summertime schedules are turning this upside down, I’m thinking about making afternoon rest time a dedicated time for books, and I’ll give them the option to read in a.
Summer Slide is a term often used to describe the tendency for students to decline in achievement gains during the summer months when school is not in session. Fortunately, there are many ways to prevent the summer slide, including : Red Tricycle.
Parents of frequent readers, those who read for fun five to seven days a week, were more aware of the summer slide, with 62 percent expressing familiarity with the concept, compared to 47 percent. The good news is that studies suggest summer slide can be minimized or even reversed through programs that engage students, parents, and teachers while school is out.
Match summer books. A mother in Cleveland wants to help out students this summer. Chrishawndra Matthews told Good Morning America that she would be giving free books to children to help prevent the "corona summer slide.". Webinar Replay: Support Summer Readers and Watch Reading Skills Soar.
During this webinar replay, we share tips for providing summer book access and choice, explore the most popular types of summer reading books and highlight resources and best practices for designing a school or district-wide summer reading solution using Title I funds.
Following are the top three activities to prevent the summer slide at : Six books to summer success: Research shows that reading just six books during the summer may keep a struggling reader from regressing.
When choosing the six, be sure that they are just right — not too hard and not too easy. “summer slide” if not provided with summer reading opportunities. So how do we prevent the summer slide-or even accelerate reading growth.
Here are a few ideas: Visit your local library. Help your child find “right fit” books. Right fit books are books that are of high interest to your child and are not beyond their reading level. Summer slide is the academic loos children experience during the extended summer break from school.
Children who don’t read durring summer stand to loose up to 3 months of reading progress gained over the previous school year and unfortunately.
Stopping the summer slide through books. Titus Gast J Giving students choice in reading helps stem the ‘summer slide’ Erin Kelly.
He has sometimes found positive effects (that getting kids to read about 5 books over the summer can be enough to prevent summer slide). But often the results of these programs have been duds. Even when his programs have succeeded, the results have been puzzling, such as when the kids from the highest poverty schools improved, while those from.
Summer Slide Resources for ELLs. Many educators are focusing their efforts on reducing summer slide. For example, a blog post on Edutopia offers suggestions on how teachers can set up activities to keep students reading and writing throughout the summer. Some of the suggestions include setting up a Google document for students to add titles of the books they've read and working with the local.
There are books for everyone. And the one way to prevent summer slide is to keep your kid reading," Carlson said. • "In your neighborhood, have a book club or book.
Summer Slide works with schools to provide first-graders with some tools to prevent the loss of reading skills over the summer months. “Early last summer, in cooperation with Katahdin Trust, we were able to visit all 25 public and private Aroostook County schools, delivering books and backpacks to students,” explained Athena Hallowell.
After a socially distanced spring of online learning, school and county librarians are making an effort to put real books in the hands of students for a screen-free summer in an effort to stave off an anticipated "COVID slide" in literacy skills.
Experts fear students will experience an exaggerated version of the summer slide this year. When.