qTeaching Children to Readq has always been well known for its comprehensive look at literacy instruction. This streamlined edition of that text has been developed to provide readers a brief version that offers essential information about reading instruction based on research that aligns with No Child Left Behind directives. The focus of this book is how to teach phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and ongoing classroom assessment. Special features include: A theory chapter to ground literacy background knowledge. An infusion of the most current research available to inform practice and all five No Child Left Behind initiatives regarding phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency. A newly organized assessment chapter presenting four purposes of assessment as identified by Reading First legislation, including outcome assessment; screening instruments; diagnostic assessment tools; and ongoing, progress-monitoring assessments.Figure 1 .2 Subskills or phonics-first reading instruction Instruction using a subskills model begins with the letters of the ... Notice how beginning reading passages (decodable texts) use words that are phonically regular and follow specificanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Essentials of Teaching Children to Read|
|Author||:||D. Ray Reutzel, Robert B. Cooter|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004-05|