Featuring today's most respected leaders in the field of reading interventions, this book examines what we have learned from the research to help struggling readers in grades K-6. Focusing on strategies that have been proven effective, the authors will help educators meet the demands placed on them to ensure that all students are making good progress toward becoming competent readers. Each chapter begins with a set of framing questions and ends with suggestions for action to foster discussion and help teachers translate research-based ideas into practice-perfect for teacher education courses and professional development workshops. This timely volume includes: An analysis of what is needed to help all students succeed in reading, especially struggling readers, students with special needs, and ELL students. Practices to foster young students' success in learning to decode. Instructional strategies to improve students' vocabulary and comprehension. School-wide practices to improve all students' reading in high-poverty, diverse schools.At each level of the three-tiered model individual characteristics, background, school experiences, and outcomes of students who do and do ... historical control group, treatment Cohort 1, and treatment Cohort 2 related to primary intervention through their first-grade year. ... These workshop sessions were followed by in- class support (e.g., demonstration lessons of specific reading content and/or featuresanbsp;...
|Title||:||Effective instruction for struggling readers, K-6|
|Author||:||Barbara M. Taylor, James E. Ysseldyke|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Pr - 2007-09-15|