Putting It All Together: The Directed Reading Lesson in the Secondary Content Classroom / Edition 1 by Gloria A. Neubert, Elizabeth A. Wilkins | | 2900205343842 | Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Putting It All Together: The Directed Reading Lesson in the Secondary Content Classroom / Edition 1

Putting It All Together: The Directed Reading Lesson in the Secondary Content Classroom / Edition 1

by Gloria A. Neubert
     
 

ISBN-10: 0205343848

ISBN-13: 2900205343842

Pub. Date: 11/28/2003

Publisher: Pearson

Reviewers are talking up a storm about Putting It All Together

“I found this book to be a great read! It is sophisticated, but readable. Everything is well developed, defined, and explained.”
Christine Oxenford, Montgomery County Public School System

“Putting It All Together has a great deal to offer, and I look forward to implementing

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Reviewers are talking up a storm about Putting It All Together

“I found this book to be a great read! It is sophisticated, but readable. Everything is well developed, defined, and explained.”
Christine Oxenford, Montgomery County Public School System

“Putting It All Together has a great deal to offer, and I look forward to implementing the ideas of this text in our reading intervention…and purchasing the book when it is available! I am confident that it will be a helpful addition to our professional library.”
Professor Roxanne Reedyk, Lakeland College

“This book is a straightforward step by step plan to introduce pre-service as well as in-service content area teachers to one of the best ways to teach their content curriculum to the heterogeneous groups of students in their classes.”
Kathleen Lennox, Mattacheese Middle School

Just in time for the emphasis on content reading instruction, this highly practical text will revolutionize the way your students develop lesson plans for their secondary students. The core of teachers' tasks is that of writing lessons, and this unparalleled text provides the tools to do just that.

Key Features:

  • Each chapter reviews complete lesson plan then discusses the rationale and process of each lesson part. At the end of each chapter readers develop their teaching skills by writing part of a practice lesson.
  • Includes lesson plan examples for each of the generic reading purposes.
  • Offers lesson plan models in the following subject areas: art, music, science, social studies, physical education, special education, mathematics, foreign language, English,health—middle school and high school examples.

Meet the Authors:

Gloria A. Neubert, Professor of Secondary Education, has spent 25 years teaching university courses and conducting reading-to-learn workshops for secondary teachers of all disciplines. Neubert is the co-author of three textbooks.

Elizabeth A. Wilkins, Associate Professor of Secondary Education, has taught in secondary schools and institutions of higher education in both Illinois and Maryland for 17 years. Wilkins has given over 75 presentations/workshops at the national, regional, and state levels.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900205343842
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
11/28/2003
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
246

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsix
Chapter 1If You Are Reading This Book, You Are Exceptional1
But I Didn't Become a Teacher to Teach Reading1
What Is Reading?3
So Why Require Reading in the Content Classroom?8
Chapter 2Content + Reading = The Directed Reading Lesson13
Chapter 3Motivation29
Chapter 4Tapping and Developing Background of Experience35
Tapping Background of Experience35
Developing Background of Experience38
Chapter 5Concept Development/Vocabulary44
Incidental Learning of Vocabulary45
Ineffective Practice46
An Interactive Approach to Vocabulary Priming47
Chapter 6Purpose-for-Reading57
Text Structure58
Graphic Organizers62
Chapter 7Silent Reading69
Metacognitive Monitoring during Silent Reading71
Chapter 8Discussion75
The Teacher as Discussion Facilitator76
Small Groups during Discussion77
Considerations When Implementing Small-Group Discussion78
Oral Retelling during Discussion79
Written Summaries after Discussion81
Chapter 9Rereading83
Higher-Level Questioning83
Reading Stances86
Chapter 10Follow-Up91
Chapter 11Writing within the Directed Reading Lesson94
To Edit or Not to Edit96
To Guide or Not to Guide96
Spelling107
Grammar and Punctuation107
One Final Check108
Chapter 12A Variation of the Directed Reading Lesson: The Directed Reading-Thinking Lesson110
Chapter 13Self-Regulated Reading120
Appendix ASample Lesson Plans126
Appendix BThe Cloze Procedure for Placement in Reading Material231
Glossary233
References236
Index243

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