Content Area Reading and Learning: Instructional Strategies, 3rd Edition

Content Area Reading and Learning: Instructional Strategies, 3rd Edition

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ISBN-13: 9781351760348
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/18/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 672
Sales rank: 1,275,091
File size: 8 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: Part I: Content Area Reading: An Overview. T.W. Bean, H. Harper, Content Area Reading: The Current State of the Art. Part II: The Teacher and the Text. C.M. Fairbanks, N.L. Roser, D.L. Schallert, The Role of Textbooks and Tradebooks in Content Area Reading. B.B. Armbruster, Matching Readers and Texts: The Continuing Quest. Part III: The Students. K. McArthur, T. Penland, F. Spencer, P. Anders, Why Content Area Literacy?: Focus on Students. T. Gunning, Engaging Students Who Are Struggling Toward Success as Content Area Readers. B.A. Shearer, M.R. Ruddell, Engaging Students' Interest and Participation in Learning. L.M. Sutherland, S. Botzakis, E.B. Moje, D.E. Alvermann, Bringing Youth Culture Into Content Learning and Literacy. G.E. García, M.V. Montavon, Making Content-Area Instruction Comprehensible for English Language Learners. Part IV: The Instructional Program. G. Ivey, The Content Area Teacher's Instructional Role: Moving Students Toward Strategic Independent Reading. L. Mikulecky, Literacy Demands for Employment: How Jobs Have Changed and What Teachers Can Do. B. Moss, Facts That Matter: Teaching Students to Read Informational Text. C. Santa, L. Havens, S. Harrison, Teaching Secondary Science Through Reading, Writing, Studying, and Problem Solving. F.R. Curcio, A.F. Artzt, Reading, Writing, and Mathematics: A Problem-Solving Connection. E.M. Schell, Empowering Readings in Social Studies. C. Jago, Understanding Literature: Reading in the English/Language Arts Classroom. C. Cox, The Arts and Literacy Across the Curriculum. W.G. Brozo, Authentic Contexts for Developing Language Tools in Vocational Education. L. Gentile, V. McMillan, Reading and Writing in Sports and Physical and Health Education. D.L. Grisham, T.D. Wolsey, Literacy and Technology Integration in the English/Language Arts Classroom. N. Farnan, L. Fearn, Writing to Learn in the Content Areas. M.F. Graves, W.H. Slater, Vocabulary Instruction in the Content Areas. D.M. Ogle, Study Techniques That Ensure Content Area Reading Success. R. Hoffman, Using Concept Mapping as an Effective Strategy in Content Area Instruction. J.F. Almasi, Using Questioning Strategies to Promote Students' Active Discussion and Comprehension of Content Area Material. L. Kucan, Multigenre Reading/Writing in the Content Areas. J. O'Flahavan, R. Tierney, Moving Beyond Reading and Writing in the Content Areas of Discipline-Based Inquiry. R. Pritchard, S. O'Hara, Assessment in the Content Areas: Solving the Assessment Puzzle. Part V: School Culture and Environment. N. Frey, D. Fisher, Strategies for Engagement and Motivation in Middle and High School Classrooms. M. Mraz, R.T. Vacca, J.L. Vacca, Creating Response-Centered Learning Environments: Using Authentic Texts to Extend and Enrich the Curriculum. J. Barton, K.D. Wood, Lesson Planning for Best Practices in the Content Areas.

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