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Teaching Children to Read : Putting the Pieces Together - Text Only - 4th edition

Teaching Children to Read : Putting the Pieces Together - Text Only (ISBN10: 0131121898; ISBN13: 9780131121898)
ISBN13: 978-0131121898
ISBN10: 0131121898

Summary: For Elementary Reading Methods courses.

This comprehensive and balanced look at literacy instruction has long been one of the most popular reading methods texts available. Based on Seven Principles for Comprehensive Reading Instruction, this major revision lays out reading principles in Part I, builds on those principles with specific methods in Part II, and describes how to create a variety of learning centers, and how to plan developmentally appropriate r
eading curriculum for students in both K-3 and 4-8 classrooms, in Part III.

Features :
  • NEW - Part III: Classroom Practice: Organizing and Planning for Literacy Instruction --Comprising four new chapters on how to set up a classroom that truly encourages reading.
  • Walks future teachers through a typical reading classroom--shows how to establish an enriched reading environment, create a variety of enticing learning centers, and plan reading curriculum for K-3 and 4-8 pupils.
  • NEW - Chapter 6, Developing Reading Fluency.
  • Explores ways to assess pupils' levels of fluency--helps future teachers grasp the critical importance of measuring and improving this skill.
  • NEW - Standards margin notes--Throughout the text.
  • Identifies IRA/NCTE standards for each reading skill--provides guidance for addressing each standard in a variety of classrooms with pupils of differing skill levels.
  • NEW - Coverage of the "seven characteristics of highly-effective reading teachers"In Chapter 1.
  • Delineates those traits that make reading teachers successful--offers students the information they need to know in order to become master reading teachers.
  • Fully Integrated Companion Website--Links each chapter's content to appropriate Standards, recommends chapter specific Safety Net Lessons for struggling readers, provides online strategies for teaching specific concepts in classrooms, contains self assessments, and links to many meaningful Internet sites appropriate to chapter content.
  • Expands chapter content and ensures conceptual understanding.
  • Activities sections--At the end of each chapter.
  • Focuses students' attention on ways to apply what they've learned to actual classroom situations--serves as a springboard for assignments, term papers, or self study.
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Summary: For Elementary Reading Methods courses.

This comprehensive and balanced look at literacy instruction has long been one of the most popular reading methods texts available. Based on Seven Principles for Comprehensive Reading Instruction, this major revision lays out reading principles in Part I, builds on those principles with specific methods in Part II, and describes how to create a variety of learning centers, and how to plan developmentally appropriate reading curriculum for students in both K-3 and 4-8 classrooms, in Part III.

Features :
  • NEW - Part III: Classroom Practice: Organizing and Planning for Literacy Instruction --Comprising four new chapters on how to set up a classroom that truly encourages reading.
  • Walks future teachers through a typical reading classroom--shows how to establish an enriched reading environment, create a variety of enticing learning centers, and plan reading curriculum for K-3 and 4-8 pupils.
  • NEW - Chapter 6, Developing Reading Fluency.
  • Explores ways to assess pupils' levels of fluency--helps future teachers grasp the critical importance of measuring and improving this skill.
  • NEW - Standards margin notes--Throughout the text.
  • Identifies IRA/NCTE standards for each reading skill--provides guidance for addressing each standard in a variety of classrooms with pupils of differing skill levels.
  • NEW - Coverage of the "seven characteristics of highly-effective reading teachers"In Chapter 1.
  • Delineates those traits that make reading teachers successful--offers students the information they need to know in order to become master reading teachers.
  • Fully Integrated Companion Website--Links each chapter's content to appropriate Standards, recommends chapter specific Safety Net Lessons for struggling readers, provides online strategies for teaching specific concepts in classrooms, contains self assessments, and links to many meaningful Internet sites appropriate to chapter content.
  • Expands chapter content and ensures conceptual understanding.
  • Activities sections--At the end of each chapter.
  • Focuses students' attention on ways to apply what they've learned to actual classroom situations--serves as a springboard for assignments, term papers, or self study.
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Edition/Copyright: 4TH 04
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Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall
Year Published: 2004
International: No

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