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Becoming a Teacher of Reading: A Developmental Approach

By Susan Davis Lenski, Susan L. Nierstheimer

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Mar 18, 2003

Table of Contents

I. TEACHING BEGINS WITH YOU.

 1. Developing a Theory of Literacy Learning.

II. TEACHING EARLY READERS.

 2. Developing Your Knowledge About Early Readers.

 3. Instructing Early Readers in Whole Groups.

 4. Instructing Early Readers in Small Groups.

 5. Instructing Early Readers Working Independently and with Families.

 6. Early Readers Working with Words.

III. TEACHING INTERPRETIVE READERS.

 7. Developing Your Knowledge About Interpretive Readers.

 8. Instructing Interpretive Readers in Whole Groups.

 9. Instructing Interpretive Readers in Small Groups.

10. Instructing Interpretive Readers Independently and with Families.

IV. TEACHING CRITICAL READERS.

11. Developing Your Knowledge About Critical Readers.

12. Instructing Critical Readers Using a Common Text.

13. Reading in the Content Areas.

14. Instructing Critical Readers in Small Groups Independently and with Families.

V. BECOMING A TEACHER OF READING.

15. Becoming a Responsive Teacher.

APPENDICES.

A. INTASC Principles.

B. IRA/NCTE Standards for the English Language Arts.

References.

Index.

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