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Bringing Reading Research to Life

Bringing Reading Research to Life - 10 edition

Bringing Reading Research to Life - 10 edition

ISBN13: 9781606234747

ISBN10: 1606234749

Bringing Reading Research to Life by Margaret G. Mckeown - ISBN 9781606234747
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 10
Copyright: 2010
Publisher: Guilford Press
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Bringing Reading Research to Life by Margaret G. Mckeown - ISBN 9781606234747

ISBN13: 9781606234747

ISBN10: 1606234749

Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 10

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''This volume has the conceptual richness of the field's best handbooks, but it is written in a uniquely personal style. The contributors are united by their stature as leading researchers in the areas of beginning reading, vocabulary, and comprehension instruction.Bringing Reading Research to Lifewould make an ideal text for a doctoral seminar addressing historical or contemporary perspectives on reading research. It is fitting that a volume honoring Isabel Beck would be this dynamic, thoughtful, and useful.''--Annemarie Sullivan Palincsar, PhD, Jean and Charles Walgreen Jr. Chair of Reading and Literacy; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor; and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Education, University of Michigan ''One need only peruse the contributor names and chapter topics to be drawn into this wonderful volume. Researchers, practitioners, teacher educators, and graduate students alike will learn from and enjoy the information within. The research presented here has enriched our understanding of how reading instruction can support development for children from diverse backgrounds. The book points the way toward overcoming areas of past dissension and working toward consensus in the future.''--Kathleen J. Brown, PhD, Director, University of Utah Reading Clinic''An outstanding volume that exemplifies the wedding of theory, research, and practice. Read it not only to learn, but also to be inspired.''--P. David Pearson, PhD, Professor and Dean, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley

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