How does cover copy compare work?

Cover, Copy, and Compare is an approach to building fluency with basic facts and computation. A student looks at a solved mathematics problem, covers it, copies and solves it, and then compares to see if the newly-written problem matches the original problem.

Is cover copy compare evidence based?

Cover-copy-compare is a practical, low-cost, effective strategy for teachers to add to their repertoires of evidence-based practices.

Who created cover copy compare?

Skinner, C. H., McLaughlin, T. F., & Logan, P. (1997). Cover, copy, and compare: A self-managed academic intervention effective across skills, students, and settings. Journal of Behavioral Education, 7, 295-306.

What is a cover copy?

Back cover copy is the descriptive text on the back of your book. It should briefly (in less than 300 words) detail the content of your book in a lively and compelling way. Back cover copy is the hook to your cover’s bait.

What is cover copy?

Back cover copy (also called flap copy) is the text that goes on the back cover of a book or on the back cover and flaps of a dust jacket. Your cover copy doesn’t just tell potential readers what your book is about–it’s a critical marketing tool.

What makes a good back cover?

A good front cover will ideally cause a reader to pick up a book, but a good back cover will make them want to actually open the book and start reading. This is because good back cover copy contains just enough information to seize a reader’s attention and stir their curiosity.

How long should a back cover blurb be?

between 100 and 200 words
A book blurb (also called a “back-cover blurb” or a “book description”) is a short description of the book’s main character and conflict, usually between 100 and 200 words, that traditionally is included on the inside cover or on the back of a book.

What are interventions in math?

What Is Math Intervention? In the broadest terms, math interventions are ways to help students who are behind in their math learning. However, for many educators, the meaning of math intervention is the support provided to students who are two or more grade levels behind in a math topic.

What Works Clearinghouse evidence?

The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) addresses the need for credible, succinct information by identifying existing research on education interventions, assessing the quality of this research, and summarizing and disseminating the evidence from studies that meet WWC standards.