The third edition ofStrategies for Reading Assessment and Instructionprovides a wealth of complementary and practical ideas for teachers who need to assess and address students' reading achievement. Each of the strategy-driven chapters moves from a set of theory-informed assessment tools to intervention strategies that will address students' reading needs. The indispensable IF-THEN charts present these strategies in an instantly applicable manner. Readers diagnose the specific problem their students are having, then immediately discover which of the chapter's strategies are most beneficial in assisting them. Adaptations are modeled for English Language Learners and struggling readers throughout. A new aassessment matrixa informs the reader which tools a all evaluated for reliability and validity a are appropriate for the four cardinal purposes of assessment: screening, diagnosis, progress monitoring, and outcomes assessment. Discusses the fundamental tools of comprehensive reading instruction, offers suggestions in organizing your classroom for every student's success, and addresses the role of the student's family in building engaged, lifelong readers. Replete with classroom-tested and student-centered intervention strategies, this is a rich resource for the preservice and practicing teacher.Replete with classroom-tested and student-centered intervention strategies, this is a rich resource for the preservice and practicing teacher.
|Title||:||Strategies for Reading Assessment and Instruction|
|Author||:||Douglas Ray Reutzel, Robert B. Cooter|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2007|