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read-alike

read-alike  n.— «If you enjoy a particular author’s work, we can check for what are called Read-Alikes. These are authors whose content and/or style are similar to those of other authors. We also have reading lists so that if you have read...

age bag

age bag  n.— «And parents can take home (in the way they might “withdraw” a book) what is called an “age bag.” Age bags are filled with all sorts of teaching aids and reading incentives, designed to capture the...

lexile

lexile  v.— «Read 180, which Toscano calls the “Cadillac of reading programs,” employs what is called a lexiled reading model, meaning that each student reads a different text based on their own individual reading level.» —“Teaching...

summer slide

summer slide  n.— «Yes, many children fall almost three months behind in math and reading skills over the summer. This phenomenon is so well known that educators even have a special name for it. They call it the “the summer slide.”...