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Explaining Reading [electronic resource] : A Resource for Teaching Concepts, Skills, and Strategies.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781606230763Series: Solving Problems in the Teaching of LiteracyPublication details: New York : Guilford Press, 2009.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 9781606230893
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Explaining Reading : A Resource for Teaching Concepts, Skills, and StrategiesDDC classification:
  • 372.41
LOC classification:
  • LB1050.42 .D84 2009
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover; Front Matter; Contents; Part I--Background to Explaining; Chapter 1--The Foundation; Chapter 2--Skills and Strategies to Be Learned; Chapter 3--Explaining the Forest as Well as the Trees; Chapter 4--How to Use Part II of This Book; Chapter 5--Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!; Part II--Examples of How to Explain; Example 1--Teaching Word Meanings Directly; Example 2--Using Semantic Maps to Develop Word Meaning; Example 3--Using Context to Figure Out Word Meanings; Example 4--Structural Analysis; Example 5--Predicting; Example 6--Monitoring, Questioning, and Repredicting
Example 7--ImagingExample 8--Inferring; Example 9--Look-Backs as Fix-It Strategies; Example 10--Main Idea; Example 11--Theme; Example 12--Summarizing; Example 13--Drawing Conclusions; Example 14--Evaluating; Example 15--Synthesizing; Example 16--Attending to Print Detail; Example 17--Recognizing Words at Sight; Example 18--Phonemic Awareness; Example 19--Letter-Sound Association; Example 20--Decoding by Analogy; Example 21--Context and Phonics in Combination; Example 22--Quick Recognition of Look-Alike Words; Example 23--Intonation and Phrasing; Appendix; Index;
Summary: This bestselling teacher resource and widely adopted text demonstrates the 'whats,' 'whys,' and 'how-tos' of explicit reading instruction for struggling K-8 learners. The book describes 23 skills and strategies associated with vocabulary, comprehension, word recognition, and fluency. Ways to explain each skill or strategy are illustrated in real-world examples that teachers can use as starting points for their own lessons. Retaining the straight-talking style that made the prior edition so popular, the second edition has been revised and updated to reflect reader feedback and the latest resear
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Cover; Front Matter; Contents; Part I--Background to Explaining; Chapter 1--The Foundation; Chapter 2--Skills and Strategies to Be Learned; Chapter 3--Explaining the Forest as Well as the Trees; Chapter 4--How to Use Part II of This Book; Chapter 5--Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!; Part II--Examples of How to Explain; Example 1--Teaching Word Meanings Directly; Example 2--Using Semantic Maps to Develop Word Meaning; Example 3--Using Context to Figure Out Word Meanings; Example 4--Structural Analysis; Example 5--Predicting; Example 6--Monitoring, Questioning, and Repredicting

Example 7--ImagingExample 8--Inferring; Example 9--Look-Backs as Fix-It Strategies; Example 10--Main Idea; Example 11--Theme; Example 12--Summarizing; Example 13--Drawing Conclusions; Example 14--Evaluating; Example 15--Synthesizing; Example 16--Attending to Print Detail; Example 17--Recognizing Words at Sight; Example 18--Phonemic Awareness; Example 19--Letter-Sound Association; Example 20--Decoding by Analogy; Example 21--Context and Phonics in Combination; Example 22--Quick Recognition of Look-Alike Words; Example 23--Intonation and Phrasing; Appendix; Index;

This bestselling teacher resource and widely adopted text demonstrates the 'whats,' 'whys,' and 'how-tos' of explicit reading instruction for struggling K-8 learners. The book describes 23 skills and strategies associated with vocabulary, comprehension, word recognition, and fluency. Ways to explain each skill or strategy are illustrated in real-world examples that teachers can use as starting points for their own lessons. Retaining the straight-talking style that made the prior edition so popular, the second edition has been revised and updated to reflect reader feedback and the latest resear