Reader's Workshop is a complete package for a reader's workshop experience, including components from The Good Reader's Kit and The Good Writer's Kit and a classroom set (20 copies) of The Good Reader's Guide (softcover) and the Reader's Workout. These components come with explicit instruction in reading and writing strategies. Also included are assessment resources and a teaching visuals CD-ROM. Six copies each of 45 titles from the inZone series will allow students to be engaged with grade- and age-appropriate texts and motivated through high interest content. These accessible texts along with downloadable teacher's guides and student journals will ensure a complete Reader's Workshop experience and help students increase reading and writing levels.
In this chapter book adaptation of Jules Verne's classic novel, Professor Aronnax and his crew become prisoners of Captain Nemo, an adventurous underwater explorer. Will the professor and his crew ever escape, or will they travel the world with the crazy captain for the rest of their lives?
Cloyd Atcitty always ran from trouble until he is sent to work for a lonely old farmer, and Cloyd changes. Now he must make a life or death decision that involves his past and his future.
Meet "Turo" Rodriquez, who lives with his family in Los Angeles. Each chapter is a story from Turo's barrio, the hard life there and the good things, too.
As the 2003 war in Iraq begins, Alia is working in the Basra Central library, and is afraid that the books there will be destroyed just like the books in the Bagdad library were during the last war. Alia goes on a mission to rescue as many books as she can.
Guero's father is arrested when he and his family must leave Mexico City for a new life in Ensenada. Who can he find that will help him?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the greatest presidents of the United States. When he was President, the united States had many problems, but he showed Americans that nothing is impossible.
Victor Frankenstein makes a giant monster out of dead bodies. The monster just wants to be loved, but what happens when the monster can't get what he wants?
Imagine finding cave paintings more than 30,000 years old. Who made those paintings, and what can we learn from them?
Navajo Marines created a secret code using their Navajo language. Learn how this group of heroes helped the United States win World War II.
Mathew Henson survived poverty and racism as an African American, and he survived the dangers and challenges of the Arctic as one of the first people to reach the North Pole. This book tells the story of a man who risked his life to achieve his dreams.
Tae feel strange when Josh Morgan becomes her partner for a school report, things around her begin to change. Then she hears Josh play the "Moonlight" Sonata and her life begins to change, too.
It is 1939 and the Nazis have taken Jack Mandelbaum to a concentration camp and have separated him from his family. But Jack never gives up hope, and as he becomes friends with the other prisoners together they struggle to survive.
This photo essay shows ancient mummies and their treasures from thousands of years ago. If mummies could talk, what stories would they tell?
Nine years after the atom bomb was dropped in Hiroshima Japan, Sadako begins to feel sick from the radiation and dies. But her bravery is not forgotten, and her classmates carry on her wish--to make 1,000 paper cranes.
The Tundra is a lonely, windy cold, land, but many kinds of animals still live there. How do they survive in this frozen place?
In 1955 in Alabama, on a bus ride home from work, Rosa Parks made a decision that would change how the whole nation treated African Americans. Will she and the many African Americans that she inspired risk everything to be treated fairly and win equality?
Three men went into space on the Apollo 11 mission, but only two stepped on the moon. Learn more about Michael Collins, who orbited the moon. In this book, you will see the notes he writes while flying in space, the special things he brings, and even what he eats for breakfast.
Phil believes Daniel stole his brother's jacket, until he learns that he is wrong. This causes Phil to think hard about his feelings and beliefs about people.
A beautiful princess will marry the prince who brings her the best gift. Who's gift was the best, and who will marry the princess?
It isn't easy for an African American girl to play baseball. But Mamie Johnson uses her terrific skill and good sense to fight prejudice and become a professional player.
It is 1927, and the Lees are the only Chinese Americans in Clarksburg, West Virginia. No one welcomes Joan and her family, until Joan meets a mysterious girl, and things begin to change.
Lion thinks he is the "baddest in the land," until a weak little mouse has to help him remove a thorn from his paw. Mouse thinks that he is now king, but will the other animals listen to Mouse?
Juana Inez lives in Mexico City in the 1600s, and loves books more than anything else, but only boys are taught read. This does not stop her from following her dreams and becoming one of Mexico's most famous poets.