This unique interactive handbook offers thirty-two "hands-on" activities, plus concise coverage of concepts, which together help students learn to help youngsters become better, more independent readers. It's an approach that gets students "learning by doing"--that really gets them involved in reading diagnosis! Every chapter offers brief coverage of fundamentals, followed by interactive exercises designed to involve students in activities similar to those they will use with their elementary students. Accompanying case studies in each text section help students visualize how strategies are used in real classrooms, with real readers. The authors focus on a core group of strategies based on a whole language/literacy approach to teaching reading, and proven effective by reading research. They emphasize the need to match teaching technique to a young reader's needs--thus helping children develop crucial critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and empowering problem readers to become more proficient, and more autonomous.
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Book Description Pearson, 1993. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0024237302
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