Learn from those who have already been there, done that, and know what works. Drawing on their combined 47 years of experience as Title I resource teachers, the authors provide a detailed road map for helping struggling readers become proficient.the other for extending the skill to longer passages. In each case, we include reading material with a loosely controlled vocabulary for both the first-grade and second-grade levels, which we call ... It is especially important for children who speak English as a second language. ... rely on oral questioning, feedback, and continual reminders to children to use active thinking and visualization while they read.
|Title||:||Helping Struggling Readers|
|Author||:||Susan Fondrk, Cheryl Frasca|
|Publisher||:||Good Year Books - 2005-01-01|