A contributed work that brings together experts in reading and special education to address research and practice related to teaching at-risk learners. From assessment concerns to improved instructional practices, this book provides a unified view on what has been done and how to proceed to effectively teach reading to students who are difficult to teach. Vignettes and case studies are presented throughout the book. It provides an overview of research, looks at assessment practices, and explores effective practices for teaching high risk learners. K-12 in-service teachers and administrators. A Longwood Professional Book.The anecdotes might be observations of individual students: 2/1 5 Observed during retelling activity. ... across time are reread, as in the case of her first-grade student Ben: 8- 30 Ben: Rarely raises hand during meeting, but always attentive.
|Title||:||Teaching Reading to High-risk Learners|
|Author||:||Karen D. Wood, Robert Algozzine|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 1994|