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eBook What Research Has to Say About Vocabulary Instruction epub

by Alan E. Farstrup,S. Jay Samuels

eBook What Research Has to Say About Vocabulary Instruction epub
  • ISBN: 0872076989
  • Author: Alan E. Farstrup,S. Jay Samuels
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Reading Association (August 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 264 pages
  • ePUB size: 1777 kb
  • FB2 size 1230 kb
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Alan E. Farstrup is Executive Director of the International Reading Association, Newark, Delaware, US. This book is easy to read and very topical - refreshing to have insights from professionals working in the trenches.

This book is easy to read and very topical - refreshing to have insights from professionals working in the trenches.

The most up to date information will not be in book form.

An indispensable resource for classroom teachers and teacher educators alike, the reader-friendly text offers a range of expert perspectives on the key aspects of fluency: - History and definitions. The most up to date information will not be in book form.

by S. Jay Samuels (Author), Alan E. Farstrup (Author). This book was helpful to me as a teacher who did not specialize in reading instruction, but who wants to help my students to become better readers. ISBN-13: 978-0872078291.

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A specific chapter in vocabulary development has been included, as well as one dealing with fluency.

Farstrup, Alan E. II. Samuels, S. Jay. LB1050. 2002001759 Fifth Printing, September 2003. A specific chapter in vocabulary development has been included, as well as one dealing with fluency.

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Reading fluency has become a hot topic. instruction}, author {S. Jay Samuels and Alan E. Farstrup}, year {2006} }. When Cassidy and Cassidy (2003/2004) asked experts "What's Hot and What's Not" in "Reading Today", the experts agreed that fluency was a hot topic and deserved to be. Similarly, the highly influential "Report of the National Reading Panel" (2000) devoted an entire chapter to fluency. Along with fluency's newfound importance, however, it is going through a period of growing pains. There are two controversial aspects of fluency.

The text is a compilation of contributions by experts in the field of reading instruction.

In these pages, some of the best-known scholars in the field present hands-on strategies and useful suggestions for vocabulary instruction that you can put to use in your classroom right away all backed by the most current research. This practical approach makes this an indispensable resource for classroom teachers and researchers at all levels.

Chapters address the needs of many different types of students in many different settings, and offer perspectives on a wide range of key vocabulary topics, including

Teaching root words to young children Incidental word learning through word play Direct instruction of vocabulary-learning strategies Teaching vocabulary in content areas Instruction in academic vocabulary Teaching vocabulary to English-language learners

As in the other What Research Has to Say titles, each chapter ends with Questions for Discussion to encourage reflection, spark debate, and extend your professional development.

The International Reading Association is the world's premier organization of literacy professionals. Our titles promote reading by providing professional development to continuously advance the quality of literacy instruction and research.

Research-based, classroom-tested, and peer-reviewed, IRA titles are among the highest quality tools that help literacy professionals do their jobs better.

Some of the many areas we publish in include:

-Comprehension-Response To Intervention/Struggling Readers-Early Literacy -Adolescent Literacy-Assessment-Literacy Coaching-Research And Policy

Comments: (2)
Mildorah
I have their other text, What Research Has to Say About Reading, and found it to be an excellent compilation of the research findings, so I purchased this to go deeper with vocabulary instruction.
Broadcaster
I use parts of the information in my Reading Credential class at UCR.
It is very informative and treacher friendly.
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