In the media center, students have the opportunity to synthesize, or merge new knowledge with their prior knowledge, not from single -volume texts and Basal readers, but from a plethora of resources offered at a multitude of reading levels. [...] the differentiated needs of students are met through a carefully designed lesson; each student can find a variety of information and resources at his or her level, apply reading skills necessary for understanding the texts they have chosen, and synthesize their readings to make new meaning at whatever reading level they happen to be.
Reading for Meaning: Synthesizing Catherine Trinkle School Library Media Activities Monthly; Mar 2009; 25, 7; Docstoc pg. 49 Reproduced wi
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