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The book is easy to read for new teachers and has a depth of knowledge that veteran teachers are hungry for. Barbara M. Taylor's research interests include reading comprehension and high-level talk and writing about text, elementary schoolwide reading improvement, early reading intervention, and the elements of effective instruction that contribute to children's success in reading. She has published numerous books, book chapters, and journal articles.
Duke's research interests include the development of informational reading and writing in young children, comprehension development and instruction in early schooling, and issues of equity in literacy education. She is coauthor or coeditor of several books and has published numerous journal articles.
Introduction, Barbara M. Taylor and Nell K. Duke I.
Handbook of Effective Literacy Instruction: Research-Based Practice K-8 - Google книги
Fundamental Components of Effective Literacy Lessons 1. Rawls, and Tim Pressley 2. Taylor 4. Peterson 5. Valencia and Heather Hebard 6. Bauer II.
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Kuhn 9. Dougherty Stahl Shanahan, and Janice F. Almasi Vocabulary Instruction, Linda Kucan Troia Duke and Lynne M.
Watanabe III. Integration of Literacy and Science, Gina Cervetti Taylor Weber Peterson Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Table of contents Taylor, Duke, Introduction.
Taffe, Bauer, Digital Literacy. Kucan, Vocabulary Instruction. Troia, Effective Writing Instruction in the 21st Century. Cervetti, Integration of Literacy and Science. Roberts, Partnering with Parents.
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Review quote "This is what a handbook should be! The range of topics regarding effective literacy instruction is comprehensive.
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The information provided is accessible and state of the art. The authors address fundamental components of literacy lessons as well as specific teaching practices for meeting the needs of heterogeneous classrooms of students. I look forward to teaching with this volume in the literacy methods course in our elementary teacher education program. The consistent structure across the chapters makes the content particularly accessible, with implications for instruction front and center.
Cross-referencing among the chapters is also handled well. The range of topics covered includes basic literacy processes as well as 21st-century literacies and the contexts in which literacy is taught and used. The Handbook demonstrates just how rich the field of literacy research has been, and how much we know about teaching and learning that can support excellent practices across grade levels and school subjects.
Raphael, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA "This brilliantly organized handbook is a treasure trove of important information, provided in an eminently useable format. Today's teachers want to know what the research says about important questions of practice, but are often stymied by research articles lacking in practical application.
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This volume is written expressly for educators in search of fresh, research-supported tactics to engage students in meaningful literacy work. Readers will find extremely valuable suggestions for their classrooms and for facilitating colleagues' learning. I fully expect to see this book on the desks of teachers, literacy leaders, and principals around the country-it will absolutely remain front and center on my own!