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Teaching Reading in the Middle Grades Understanding and Supporting Literacy Development, MyLabSchool Edition

ISBN-10: 0205464831
ISBN-13: 9780205464838
Edition: 2005
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Book details

List price: $73.20
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/23/2004
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 240
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Most chapters begin with "Activating Prior Knowledge and Making Connections" and conclude with "Summary,"
"Responding to Reading,"
"A Case to Consider,"
"Key Words to Know and Use," and
"Beyond the Book."
Preface
Literacy In The Middle Grades
What Middle Grade Readers Need and What Their Teachers Need to Understand
What Young Adolescent Readers Need
What Teachers Need to Understand
Constructing Meaning: The Process of Comprehending
Comprehending
Metacognition and Reading
Classroom Implications of Metacognition
Classroom Applications for Assessment
Applications for Instruction
Reading the Words: Word Identification and Vocabulary Development
Using Language Cues Effectively: Interactive Models of Reading
A Description of Proficient Reading
Implications for English Language Learners
Applications for Assessment: Miscue AnalysisApplications for Instruction
Identifying Unfamiliar Words
Learning Words Through All the Language Arts
A Balanced Perspective on Word Reading
Mastering Messages: Learning the Purposes And Forms of Written Language
Communicative Competence and Reading
Proficient Reading from a Communication Perspective
Implications for the Classroom
Applications for Instruction
Applications for Assessment
Engaging with Texts: Motivation and Personal Reasons to ReadThe Problem of Aliteracy
Reading Engagement: Developing Skill and Will
A Description of Proficient Reading
Implications for the Classroom
The Language Arts And Reading Classroom: Routines, Strategies, And Evaluation To Support Literacy Development
Classroom Strategies and Routines that Support Literacy Learning
Scaffolding and the Zone of Proximal Development
Seven Questions for Choosing Instructional Strategies
Classroom Literacy Routines
Read Alouds and Oral Reading Routines
Reasons for Read Alouds in the Middle Grades
Kinds of Read Alouds
Activities for Whole Book Read Alouds
Guidelines for Effective Read Alouds
Students Reading Aloud
Guided Reading: Planning Students' Engagement with Text
Characteristics of Guided Reading Routines
Materials for Guided Reading
Guidelines for Using Publisher Chosen Materials for Guided Reading
Planning Guided Reading Engagements
Teaching Vocabulary During Guided Reading Engagements
Grouping in Guided Reading Engagements
A Checklist for Evaluating Guided Reading Engagements
Guided Literature Study
Goals of Guided Literature Study in the Middle Grades
Guided Interpretation: Literacy Analysis
Guiding Literature Study by Bridging Texts
Accommodating Differences During Guided Literature Study
Independent Reading: Literature Circles and Reader's Workshop
Goals for Independent Literacy Routines
Reader Response Activities for Independent Reading
Literature Circles: Characteristics and Organization
Reader's Workshop
Learning New Words During Independent Reading Routines
Integrating the Language Arts: Writing Workshops and Writing Assignments
Multiple Reading/Writing Connections
Making Connections in a Writer's Workshop
Making Writing Assignments
Integrating Literacy Instruction Through Units
A Model of

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