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Written by one of the most dynamic author teams in the field of Reading and Literacy, the second edition of All Children Read continues to offer future K-8 teachers the best practices for nurturing emergent literacy, teaching early literacy concepts, and developing reading and writing in all students – those of varying reading levels and abilities, as well as those who are English language learners.
Why Do Your Professors Feel This Text Is A Must-have for All Elementary Teachers?
I am pleased to see many names in the field of research which I use as references: Snow, Purcell-Gates, Delpit, Fountas and Pinnell, Nagy, Lambert, Clay, Chomsky, Atwell, Ashton-Warner, Dewey, Cummins, Skinner, Barone, and Bear et. al. I like the way each chapter accesses prior knowledge of the student of reading. This also models what our expectation is for children of reading. Now the college student is experiencing first hand the instructional approach we discuss in connection with their own reading process. This is a great point for the support of metacognition and metacomprehension.Clairin DeMartini Wilson-- Nevada State College I like the separate chapters on literacy instruction in primary and intermediate grades–there are very different strategies. Kim Truesdale — State University College at Buffalo
How is the Second Edition of All Children Read going to prepare you to Become a Reading Professional?
Part I: The Literary Process
Chapter 1. The Reading Process
Chapter 2. The Social Contexts for Teaching All Children to Read
Chapter 3. What Teachers Need to Know about Language
Part II: Aspects of Reading
Chapter 4. Emergent Literacy
Chapter 5. Building Word Knowledge
Chapter 6. Fluency and Vocabulary
Chapter 7. Comprehension: Using and Responding to Narrative Texts
Chapter 8. Comprehension: Understanding and Learning from Informational Texts
Chapter 9. The Writing Process
PART III: Organizing and Managing the Literacy Program
Chapter 10: Assessment
Chapter 11. Putting Effective Literacy Instruction into Practice ( Grades K to 2)
Chapter 12. Putting Effective Literacy Instruction into Practice: Grades Three to Five
Chapter 13. Reading in the Middle Grades: Grades Six to Eight
Chapter 14. Models and Strategies for Teaching Reading in the Mother Tongue