Summary: Understanding is a science. Ken Goodman's research isn't the laboratory rats-and-pigeon kind, however. He uses the miscues of real readers reading real texts to inform how about how language works and what strategies developing and fluent readers use. His purpose in this book is to examine that knowledge with teachers so they can understand more precisely what it is their students are learning to do and how best to help them. Goodman's sensible, straightforward l ...show moreook at how reading works as a process makes this book, like his earlier Phonics Phacts, a must for every teacher and interested parent. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 96
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