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Losing Summer

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Published by Writer"s Showcase Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages398
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7553798M
ISBN 100595297498
ISBN 109780595297498
OCLC/WorldCa59097419


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The figure below shows both school-year gains and summer loss in math and reading estimated by the   This is summer reading loss and it can be as big as a full year for some students.

Watch the video to learn some things that get in the way in order for summer reading loss to occur. Parents need to know that Summerlost follows a year-old girl's first summer after her father and young brother were killed by a drunk driver. Wistfulness permeates the novel, including a boy's wish to connect with his emotionally distant father, an obsession with the life and early death of an admired actress, and a girl's struggle to find her footing after learning that nothing is ever 5/5.

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Low-income students experience significant summer learning losses in reading comprehension and word recognition. On average, middle-income students actually experience slight gains in reading performance over the summer months.

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The single best way to mitigate summer reading loss is to ensure that students are reading during the holidays.

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As research from the National Summer Learning Association points out, all young people who do not engage in educational activities over the summer experience learning loss. Over the summer low-income students lose more than two months in math skills and reading achievement, despite the fact that their middle-class peers make slight gains.

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Summer reading loss is a documented reality for many students. It is often of greatest concern for those students who are already at risk – who typically have limited access to reading materials at home and parents or caregivers who may be reluctant to or unsure of how to help.

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