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With the passage of the "No Child Left Behind" act, and increasing pressures on teachers to produce results, true literacy is no longer optional. This book provides educators with the classroom tested theories and practices needed to rise to the demand of today's schools. They'll find discussions on issues that they face today in the classroom with respect to assessment and instruction. The sample lesson plans in each chapter will then help them to develop plans using specific instructional strategies.
Outlining strategies for promoting literacy, this book describes the history and current state of literacy instruction; literacy and language processes in first and second languages; and guidance for evaluating instructional materials, assessing student progress, and developing lifelong readers and writers. Issues of comprehension, vocabulary, and diversity are emphasized. An appendix includes sample lesson plans. Ruddell teaches education at Sonoma State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Martha Rapp Ruddell is Professor and Dean Emerita of the School of Education at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, California. In addition to this book, Dr. Ruddell is the author of numerous articles and book chapters and continues actively as a researcher, author, and presenter at professional conferences. A past president of the National Reading Conference, which honored her in 2003 with the Al Kingston Service Award, Dr. Ruddell is a member of the California Reading Association's Hall of Fame and was recently named Distinguished Alumna by the University of Missouri, Kansas City, where she had received the Ph.D. degree.