Remediating Reading Difficulties / Edition 5 available in Other Format
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Brief and accessible, the sixth edition of Remediating Reading Difficulties defines specific reading skills and problems and then presents practical, easy-to-implement activities and strategies for correcting these problems. Although especially helpful for children with diagnosed difficulties, this quick-reference guide effectively reinforces skills that are useful to all children, including those who are limited English proficient or are speakers of other languages.
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About the Author
Sharon J. Crawley is currently a professor at Florida Atlantic University teaching diagnosis, content reading, and reading in elementary school. She received her Ed.D. from the University of Houston. She is also the author of
Strategies for Guiding Content Reading (Allyn & Bacon) and Jamestown Heritage Readers (Jamestown Publications).
King Merritt was formerly an Associate Professor and Director of the Reading Center at the University of Texas at El Paso where he taught courses in the Diagnostic Teaching of Reading. He received his E.D. from the University of Southern Mississippi. Other books published include The Reading Skills Inventory (Parker, 1980). Strategies for Improving Reading in Social Studies (Kendall-Hunt, 1979) and Historical Perspectives of Charles Merritt: 1652-1718 (Gateway, 1987).