Formerly published by Peytral Publications This user-friendly resource provides the theory for improving students' reading skills through visual imagery, plus actual lesson plans to use independently or alongside your language arts program.In other words, the act of readingmay actually suppressvisualization. ... In fact, some researchhas suggested training students to imageby having them listen toa passage. Visual imagery during listening is important in the reading acquisition phase forearly readers who could benefit from visual imagery instruction while listening to ... Young students can betaught to generate vivid images far beyond their limited reading abilities atthe kindergarten, first, and even second grade levels.
|Title||:||The Power of Visual Imagery|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2006-03-01|