Starting Out Right A Guide to Promoting Children's Reading Success

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Book details

List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: National Academies Press
Publication date: 1/28/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Foreword
Introduction
Guide to This Book
Promoting Children's Reading Success
Circumstances That Promote Reading
Growing Up to Read
Birth Through Age Four
Key Aspects of Language and Literacy, Activities for Very Young Children
Extended Vocabulary and Language Development
Phonological Awareness
Speech Discrimination
Knowledge of Narrative
Book and Print Awareness
Functions of Print
Print Concepts
Letter and Early Word Recognition
Comprehension
Literacy as a Source of Enjoyment
Literacy--from Parent to Child
Talking to a Baby: Day Care Environments
High-Quality Preschool
Language and Literacy Activities in Preschool
Phonological Awareness
Sociodramatic Play
Listening
Oral Language
Shared Reading
Exposure to Books
Letter-Naming
Writing
Computer-Based Literacy
Accomplishments of the Very Young Child
Early Childhood Educators
Becoming Real Readers
Kindergarten Through Grade Three
Individual Children
The Kindergarten Challenge
What Must Be Accomplished--Goals of Kindergarten
Activities and Practices for Kindergartners
Book and Print Awareness
Phonological Awareness
Language, Comprehension, and Response to Text Letter Recognition, Decoding, and Word Recognition
Spelling and Writing
Accomplishments of the Kindergarten Student
First Grade: An Important Year
Features of Success
Activities and Practices for First Grade Classrooms
Continuing Phonemic Awareness, Letter Knowledge, and Book and Print Awareness
Decoding, Word Recognition, and Oral Reading
Language, Comprehension, and Response to Text
Spelling and Writing
Accomplishments of the First Grade Student
Directions for Second and Third Grades
Strategies for Comprehension and Fluency
Words and Knowledge
Comprehension Techniques
What Happens in Second Grade
Decoding, Word Recognition, and Oral Reading
Language, Comprehension, and Response to Text
Spelling and Writing
What Happens in Third Grade
Decoding, Word Recognition, and Oral Reading
Language, Comprehension, and Response to Text
Spelling and Writing
Accomplishments of the Second and Third Grade Student
Computers in Classrooms and at Home
Excellence in Primary Grade Teaching--A Career-Long Process
Preventing Reading Difficulties
Who Are the Children Who Have Reading Difficulties
Children Who Attend a Chronically Low-Achieving School
Children with Low English Proficiency
Children Unfamiliar with Standard English Dialect
Children Living in Communities in Poverty
What Can We Do Before Children Reach School?
Health Care Professionals and Reading
Screening by Early Childhood Professionals
Children Whose Parents Have a History of Reading Difficulty
Developmental Interventions for the Youngest Children
Reaching Out to Children's Homes
Summary
Help in the Early Grades
The Need for Reading Specialists
The Community Is Needed
Volunteer Tutoring
Conclusion
Glossary
For More Information
Internet Resources
Acknowledgments
Credits
Index

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