Best practices in literacy instruction

Best practices in literacy instruction

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Now in a thoroughly revised and expanded third edition, this evidence-based book distills the latest knowledge about literacy teaching and learning into clear strategies for helping all children succeed. Within a comprehensive conceptual framework, the field's leading authorities provide eminently practical recommendations to guide instructional decision making. The third edition has been fully updated with current research findings, policy issues, and program innovations. It offers significantly revised coverage of assessment, motivation, approaches to integrating different kinds of texts and multimedia resources, and adolescent literacy. New chapters address working with English-language learners and supporting teachers' professional development. Also featured is a new concluding commentary by Michael Pressley.There is a wealth of research and theory that informs vocabulary instruction for native speakers (Beck, McKeown, ... and should be taught by reference to synonyms in the childa#39;s first language if the language resources to do so are available.

Title:Best practices in literacy instruction
Author:Linda B. Gambrell
Publisher:The Guilford Press - 2007-01-10


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