|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Table of ContentsPreface 1. Forming a Personal Philosophy About Literacy Assessment and Intervention 2. The Literacy Event 3. Assessment 4. Phonemic Awareness 5. Phonics 6. Word Recognition 7. Vocabulary Building 8. Comprehension of Narrative Text 9. Comprehension of Informational Text 10. Fluency 11. Writing 12. Spelling 13. Identifying and Working with Students with Diverse Needs 14. Teachers, Caregivers, and the Community Working in Collaboration. Appendices Resources Lists and Guides Assessment Devices Instructional Materials References Author Index Subject Index
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In viewing India's art and civilization, the late Dr. Heinrich Zimmer, a man of penetrating intellect, the keenest esthetic sensibility and a predilection for psychoanalytic methods, found unlimited material for employing all three qualities. . . . The Indian material offered is of the best quality: the language in which it is presented is imaginative, figurative, poetic, vigorous.