Serving Boys Through Readers Advisory by Michael Sullivan
(ALA Readers' Advisory)

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Based on more than twenty years’ experience
working to get boys interested in reading, Michael
Sullivan now offers his first readers’ advisory
volume. With an emphasis on nonfiction and the
boy-friendly categories of genre fiction, the work
offers a wealth of material including
Suggestions for how to booktalk one-on-one
as well as in large groupsMethods of performing indirect readers’ advisory by
working with parents or teachersLists of great authors for boys in the various genres
and over five hundred recommended booksLists of read-alikes as well as titles to offer a boy in
place of a book he did not like or would not readComplete with hundreds of suggested titles, booktalks,
and lists to help turn boys into rabid readers!
 

About Michael Sullivan

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Michael Sullivan, III, "Joliet Junior College"With training in mathematics, statistics, and economics, Michael Sullivan, III has a varied teaching background that includes 15 years of instruction in both high school and college-level mathematics. He is currently a full-time professor of mathematics at Joliet Junior College. Michael has numerous textbooks in publication, including an Introductory Statistics series, and a Precalculus series, which he writes with his father, Michael Sullivan. Michael believes that his experiences writing texts for college-level math and statistics courses give him a unique perspective as to where students are headed once they leave the developmental mathematics tract. This experience is reflected in the philosophy and presentation of his developmental text series. When not in the classroom or writing, Michael enjoys spending time with his three children, Michael, Kevin, and Marissa, and playing golf. Now that his two sons are getting older, he has the opportunity to do both at the same time! Kathy Struve, "Columbus State Community College"Kathy Struve has been a classroom teacher for nearly 25 years, first at the high school level, and, for the past 13 years, at Columbus State Community College. Kathy emphasizes classroom diversity: diversity of age, learning styles, and previous learning success. She is aware of the challenges of teaching mathematics at a large, urban community college, where students have varied mathematics backgrounds, and may enter college with a high level of mathematics anxiety. Kathy served as Lead Instructor of the Developmental Algebra sequence at Columbus State where she developed curriculum and provided leadership toadjunct faculty in implementing graphing calculator technology in the classroom. She has authored classroom activities at the Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and College Algebra levels and conducted workshops at local, state, and national conferences on both integrating graphing calculator applications into the curriculum and developing varied forms of assessment. This textbook incorporates her 25 years of experience in addressing the individual needs of students.
 
Published December 1, 2009 by ALA Editions. 162 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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