qOur goal in this book is to describe the instruction that children need to help them transition from learning from their own experiences to learning from text and from developing listening comprehension to reading comprehension. We provide descriptions of research-validated practices that can be implemented in preschool to grade 2 classrooms so that children improve their comprehension and can articulate their understanding in both oral and written formats. Additionally, this book provides recommendations to help teachers support emergent bilinguals (children who know one language at home, but who are acquiring English at school, often called English learners), dialect speakers, and children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. We also focus on children who require something extra to overcome meaning-making hurdlesq--However, it is important to point out that these texts are different from decodable texts. Decodable texts are ... Even though students are beginning to read texts silently, we still want to assess and analyze oral reading. Children now must rely onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Developing Reading Comprehension|
|Author||:||Katherine A. Dougherty Stahl, Georgia Earnest Garcia|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Publications - 2015-02-18|