An innovative resource for literacy teachers, Teaching the Struggling Reader takes a novel approach to instruction--the reading program is based on the needs of the struggling reader, rather than the other way around. Most teachers plan their reading lesson and then work in the needs of a struggling reader. This book is for teachers looking for a more contemporary and inclusive way to teach reading. Starting with assessment, the author shows you how to group readers by ability and need rather than by risk factors. Finally, you will save planning time by learning how to incorporate strategies that you already know into developing your lesson, rather than changing your style to accommodate the requirements of a particular reading program.Stanford Diagnostic Reading Test-4th Grade 1 .5 -12 Consists of six levels. The scanning subtest measures ... or short passages. Listening comprehension subtest assesses the studenta#39;s ability to listen to a passage and supply the last word.
|Title||:||Teaching the Struggling Reader|
|Author||:||Barbara R. Schirmer|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2009-07-01|