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Best practices in literacy instruction

Best Practices in Literacy Instruction

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Guilford Press, Volume 4th, New York, p.492 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1576 .B486 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9315637

Keywords:

Language arts--United States, Literacy--United States, Reading comprehension--United States

Abstract:

Summary: "A highly regarded teacher resource and widely adopted text, this book is grounded in current knowledge about literacy teaching and learning in grades PreK-8. The field's leading authorities present accessible recommendations for best practices that can be tailored to fit specific classroom circumstances and student populations. Provided are strategies for helping all students succeed--including struggling readers and English language learners--and for teaching each of the major components of literacy. The book also addresses ways to organize instruction and innovative uses of technology. Every chapter includes concrete examples, Engagement Activities, and resources for further learning. Subject Areas/Keywords: assessment, best practices, children, classrooms, comprehension, education, elementary, English language learners, instructional, language arts, literacy, methods, primary grades, reading, struggling readers, teachers, teaching, technology, writing Audience: Classroom teachers in grades PreK-8; reading specialists and staff developers; teacher educators"-- Provided by publisher.

Publication Language:

eng