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Sustained Silent Reading SSR+. Mrs. Deller. SSR + as a Regular Routine. Reading: -Every day immediately following bell work -10 minutes Writing: -Reading your SSR+ book will be followed with keeping track of page numbers and written

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ssr as a regular routine
SSR + as a Regular Routine
  • Reading: -Every day immediately following bell work

-10 minutes

  • Writing: -Reading your SSR+ book will be followed with

keeping track of page numbers and written

reflections

  • Talking: -Talking about your SSR+ books will happen

through informal classroom book talk and more

formal book projects

why do ssr setting goals
Why Do SSR+?Setting Goals
  • Fluency: the number of pages you read at a sitting
  • Stamina: the amount of time you stay focused on reading
  • Agency: your willingness to try different kinds of books
requirements for ssr book
Requirements for SSR+ Book
  • It must be a book
  • It must have more words than pictures
  • It must be something you are interested in
  • It must be something your parents would allow you to read, if asked
  • It must not be a book you are reading for another class
ssr norms
SSR+ Norms
  • Bring your book to class each and every day
  • If you leave your book at home, choose another one from the classroom library for the day
  • Get started reading after you’ve completed bell work
  • Stay in your seat so others aren’t distracted
  • Do not do homework
  • Do not talk
  • Do your best to read for the whole time
  • Record page numbers—when you start and finish for the day
  • Set goals for yourself and reflect on how you are meeting them at the end of each week/month/book
top 9 reasons to read
Top 9 Reasons to Read

1. Reading is rewarding.

2. Reading builds a mature vocabulary.

3. Reading makes you a better writer.


4. Reading is hard, and "hard" is necessary.


5. Reading makes you smarter.


6. Reading prepares you for the world of work.

7. Reading well is financially rewarding.


8. Reading opens the door to college and beyond.

9. Reading arms you against oppression.