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Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys are more apt to read for information or to learn how to do something than to read for pleasure.

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys aren’t practiced and often don’t feel comfortable exploring the emotions and feelings found in fiction.

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys don’t have enough male role models for literacy.

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys have more positive attitudes toward both reading and writing than girls.

  • FALSE?

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys have traditionally done better than girls in reading,

  • FALSE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys prefer to read fiction over nonfiction

  • FALSE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys rank lower in their class and earn fewer honors than girls

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys score lower in all grades on standardized reading and writing tests than girls

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys tend to be externally driven, rather than intrinsically motivated, to read.

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Girls have higher self-concepts as readers than boys do

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Girls spend more time watching television than boys.

  • FALSE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Holes by Sachar is a favorite book of most boys

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Many books boys are asked to read don’t appeal to them. They aren’t motivated to want to read..

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


That s the facts jack

THAT'S THE FACTS, JACK

  • The differences in reading achievement in the early grades are a result of females' greater educational readiness

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • More boys prefer playing computer and video games than girls

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • Boys prefer active pursuits, as a group experience, rather than passive, solitary activities like those involved in literacy

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


Boys are more likely than girls to be placed in remedial classes or held back a grade true

  • The action-oriented, competitive learning style of many boys works against them learning to read and write

  • TRUE

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


That s the facts jack1

THAT'S THE FACTS, JACK

  • This workshop met all of the stated objectives?

  • TRUE OR FALSE?

ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library


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