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Becoming a Reader A Developmental Approach to Reading Instruction, MyLabSchool Edition

ISBN-10: 0205464750

ISBN-13: 9780205464753

Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)

Authors: Michael P. O'Donnell, Margo Wood

List price: $129.00
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Book details

List price: $129.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/23/2004
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 408
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Preface
Prologue
Stages of Literacy Development
Content and Features of the Text
Bibliography
The Beginning Reader
Emergent Reading Stage
Concept and Language Development
Principles and Conditions of Language Learning
Goals and Instruction in the Emergent Reading Stage
A Word About Packaged Programs
Assessing Early Literacy Development
Case Studies
Initial Reading Stage: The Process of Learning to Read
Understanding Reading as a Meaning-Making Process
Acquiring Sight Vocabulary
Developing Word Identification Strategies
Initial Reading Stage: Instructional Approaches and Programs
Case Studies
Becoming Fluent
Transitional Stage
Fluency
Motivation to Read and Write
Emphasis on Reading for Meaning
Instruction
Case Studies
Sources of Appropriate Literature for Transitional Stage Readers of Different Ages
Fluent Readers
Basic Literacy Stage
The Comprehension Process
Vocabulary Development
How Conceptual Knowledge Is Acquired
Guidelines for Vocabulary Instruction
General Vocabulary Instruction
Effective Reading of Texts
Preparation for Reading: Content
Preparation for Reading: Form
Follow-Up to Reading: Questions and Answers
Study Strategies
Previewing
Organizing and Summarizing Information
Retaining and Using Information
Application
Case Studies
Refinement Stage
Effective Instructional Programs
Refinement Stage: Content Area Reading
Teacher-Directed Study of Informational Texts
Independent Study Strategies
Case Studies
Assessment
Assessment
Formal Assessment
Informal Assessment
Case Studies
Naturalistic Assessment
Standards-Based Assessment
Organizing and Managing Classroom Reading Instruction
Organization and Management
Factors That Influence Organization
Ms Steins First Grade: A Literature-Based Program
Ms Steins Program
How Ms Stein Developed Her Program
Mr Gordons Fourth Grade: Using Basal Readers
Mr Gordons Program
How Mr Gordon Developed His Program
Instructing Readers with Differences
Gifted Readers
Learning-Disabled/Remedial Readers
Readers with Linguistic Differences
Appendixes
Informal Assessment of Study Strategies
Examiners Manual: Informal Assessment of Elementary Reading
Gorham (ME) Schools Literacy Guide
Author Index
Subject Index