Effective Reading Strategies
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📒Effective Reading Strategies ✍ Timothy V. Rasinski
✏Effective Reading Strategies Book Summary : Effective Reading Strategies: Teaching Children Who Find Reading Difficult, Third Edition, offers the teaching community a wealth of instructional strategies and activities. This book is aimed at strengthening and developing the reading skills of children who find the subject hard to grasp, including those for whom English is a second language. The broad-based remedial and corrective reading instruction focuses on several areas: phonemic awareness, decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Teachers can combine and modify the various reading strategies and activities to fit their current curricula. Other features of this book: A clear focus on scientifically based research, including summaries of the National Reading Panel's findings and compliance strategies for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ("No Child Left Behind"). Professional commentary-Real teachers' opinions and classroom experiences interwoven with the strategies and activities illustrating their application in today's classrooms. High-Frequency Words-Appendix O provides a listing of common words for instructional focus.
✏Effective Content Reading Strategies to Develop Mathematical and Scientific Literacy Book Summary : Success in mathematics and science requires students to process and comprehend various forms of text; yet, many teachers feel ill-equipped to promote the development of literacy skills within the context of developing conceptual understanding of mathematics and science. Many content area literacy resources do not provide an adequate development of the complexities involved in dealing with mathematics and science texts. This work presents important background information on the reading and process and classroom tested strategies which include implementation information and ideas for modifying the strategy to diverse needs. These classroom examples support teachers and educational specialists as they design instructional experiences to facilitate both students’ conceptualization of important subject area content and the tools necessary for students to develop the literacy skills necessary to be successful in today’s text rich educational learning environments.
📒Reading Keys 3 Student S Book ✍ HUEBER
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📒Reading Comprehension Strategies ✍ Danielle S. McNamara
✏Reading Comprehension Strategies Book Summary : First published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
📒Reading Keys 2 Student S Book ✍ HUEBER
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📒Effective Reading Programs ✍ National Right to Read Effort
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📒Revisiting The Reading Workshop ✍ Barbara Orehovec
✏Revisiting the Reading Workshop Book Summary : The A to Z on how to organize, plan, teach, and assess reading workshops.
📒Effective Reading Strategies For Students With Mild To Moderate Cognitive Disabilities ✍ Manuela Mathies Edwards
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📒Reading Keys ✍ Miles Craven
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✏Developing Effective Literacy Intervention Strategies Emerging Research and Opportunities Book Summary : As reading is vital to success in life and opens the door to nearly all other learning opportunities, it is essential that educators understand why students with learning how to read. Therefore, it is key for both professionals and researchers to establish their own approaches to assist those with reading difficulties Developing Effective Literacy Intervention Strategies: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a critical reference volume featuring the latest academic research on the benefits of a balanced literary framework and how it can help struggling readers gain knowledge and experience in reading. Including coverage among a variety of applicable viewpoints and subjects, such as zone of proximal development, response to intervention (RTI), and literary fluency, this book is ideally designed for education professionals working in the fields of elementary education and literacy, as well as academics and upper-level students looking for advanced research on literacy intervention and differentiated plans of instruction.