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ISBN-10: 0618169814

ISBN-13: 9780618169818

Edition: 8th 2002

Authors: Burns

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List price: $93.16
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Binding: CD-ROM 
Pages: 603
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.750
Language: English

Contents 1. The Reading Act The Importance of Reading Components of the Reading Act Twelve Principles of Teaching Reading 2. Emergent Literacy Development of Cognition and Language The Emergent Literacy Classroom Listening and Speaking Reading and Writing Chapter Appendix: Predictable/Repetitive/Alliterative/Rhyming Books 3. Word Recognition Word Recognition Strategies Word Recognition Procedure 4. Meaning Vocabulary Vocabulary Development Vocabulary Instruction 5. Comprehension: Part 1 The Reader The Reading Situation The Text Interaction of the Reader, the Reading Situation, and the Text 6. Comprehension: Part 2 Types of Comprehension Effective Questioning 7. Major Approaches and Materials for Reading Instruction Published Reading Series Literature-Based Approaches Language Experience Approach (LEA) Two Other Approaches Eclectic Approaches 8. Language and Literature Facilitating Language Development Integrating the Language Arts The Reading-Writing Connection Literature as a Means for Integrating Language 9. Reading/Study Techniques Study Methods Flexibility of Reading Habits Locating Information Organizational Techniques Metacognition Graphic Aids 10. Reading in the Content Areas Content Texts Compared with Basal Readers Readability Alternatives to Exclusive Use of Content Texts General Techniques for Content Area Reading Specific Content Areas 11. Use of Technology for Literacy Learning The Role of the Teacher Technology as a Tool for Literacy Instruction 12. Assessment of Student Progress Current Views of Assessment Assessment of Emergent Literacy Formal Assessment Criterion-Referenced Tests Alternative Assessment 13. Classroom Organization and Management Organizational Patterns Creating a Supportive Classroom Environment Role of the Teacher Parents Paraprofessionals and Tutors 14. Readers with Special Needs A View of the Special Learner Laws Affecting Students with Disabilities Types of Disabilities Students with Reading Difficulties Gifted Children Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Chapter Appendix: Multicultural Literature Appendix A: Answers to "Test Yourself" Appendix B: Technology Resources Glossary References Index