The persistent underachievement of U.S. students in the area of reading comprehension has been documented in numerous high profile reports. While there are likely many factors that contribute to this underachievement, it is significant that studies repeatedly demonstrate that U.S. children are not taught how to comprehend text and that teachers report feeling unprepared to teach students to do so.In lesson one of Ms. Palaciosa#39;s set of nominated lessons, students are asked to consider fiction and non-fiction texts and ... The students shared their ideas and Ms. Palacios recorded them on chart paper. ... and the shared overlapping space was filled with generalizations - many incorrect - about fiction versus non-fiction.
|Title||:||Knowledge for Teaching Reading Comprehension: Mapping the Terrain|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|