Direct Instruction Reading / Edition 2by Douglas Carnine, Edward J. Kameenui, Jerry Silbert
Pub. Date: 07/28/1989
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Based on the latest guidelines from the National Reading Panel, this practical guide to teaching reading uses the direct instruction reading approach, a proven program that's especially powerful with the most vulnerable of learners—those at risk because of poverty, disability, and/or a limited command of English. The emphasis is on inclusion, which uses
Based on the latest guidelines from the National Reading Panel, this practical guide to teaching reading uses the direct instruction reading approach, a proven program that's especially powerful with the most vulnerable of learners—those at risk because of poverty, disability, and/or a limited command of English. The emphasis is on inclusion, which uses language and demonstrations understood by all children.
Nationally known and respected authors don't simply list method after method; rather, they provide a specific repertoire of carefully sequenced procedures that teach decoding, comprehension, content reading, and study skills. Strategies are recommended for each skill to be mastered; discussions of optimal timing and error correction, along with numerous examples, are included. In addition, the authors carefully and thoughtfully examine the relationships among different reading skills.
For educators who need a thoughtful, sensitive, and informative book that will enhance their ability to teach reading, to any student in any context.
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Table of Contents
1. Perspectives on Reading Instruction.
2. A Model of Reading Instruction.
3. Classroom Reading Instruction.
4. Delivery of Instruction.
II: BEGINNING READING: THE FIRST MONTHS OF INSTRUCTION.
5. An Overview of Beginning Reading.
6. Phonemic Awareness and Alphabetic Understanding.
7. Letter-Sound Correspondence.
8. Sounding Out Regular Words.
9. Sight-Word Reading.
10. Irregular Words.
11. Vocabulary and Language Skills: Beginning Stage.
12. Using Commercial and Teacher-Constructed Materials: Beginning Reading Stage.
13. Research on Beginning Reading Instruction.
14. Overview of Decoding.
15. Phonic Analysis.
16. Structural Analysis.
17. Irregular Words: Primary and Intermediate Grades.
18. Fluency Instruction and Passage Reading.
19. Overview of Comprehension Instruction.
20. Vocabulary Instruction.
21. Specific Comprehension Skills for the Early Primary Level.
22. Specific Comprehension Skills for the Late Primary and Intermediate Levels.
23. Narrative-Comprehension Strategies.
24. Direct Instruction in Content-Area Reading.
V: SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM IMPLEMENTATION: PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE GRADES.
25. Using Commercial Reading Materials: Late Primary and Intermediate Grades.
26. Corrective Readers.
27. Research on Fluency, Word Recognition and Decoding Skills, and Comprehension: LatePrimary and Intermediate Grades.
Appendix A: Word Lists.
Appendix B: List of 400 Common Words.
Appendix C: Outline of Lessons for Beginning Phonics Program.
Appendix D: Basic Vocabulary for Beginning Readers and Suggestions for Assessing Student Knowledge.
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