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Still Learning to Read: Teaching Students in Grades 3-6

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2013

    The authors have presented a very basic outline of strategies an

    The authors have presented a very basic outline of strategies any informed elementary and middle school teacher must have in order to integrate intentional reading strategies into all content areas. While informative for those who are just entering the teaching profession, most seasoned teachers will find this text a repeat of the themes the authors have presented in all previously published resources. This is a "good" reference text, simply stated and organized, but does not present information for the classroom teachers who have even a basic understanding of the essentials of integrating reading instruction as a significant focus in all content areas. I suggest borrowing a copy, checking out a copy from any professional library resource room, or, if necessary, purchasing a used copy. We, as educators, must choose to spend our own money on professional literature/resources that can significantly inform and influence our philosophy and pedagogy with, as the ultimate goal, have a positive impact for the student's learning. This being stated, save your hard earned money and borrow a copy of this reference text unless the text's synopsis provides new information that you need to better your instruction.

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