One Child at a Time

Making the Most of Your Time with Struggling Readers, K-6

Every elementary teacher deals with students who struggle as readers on a daily basis. Each struggling child is complex and each has a unique history as a learner. In One Child at a Time, experienced literacy specialist and consultant Pat Johnson provides a framework she has used in numerous K-6 classrooms to help teachers understand and assist individual children.

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Every elementary teacher deals with students who struggle as readers on a daily basis. Each struggling child is complex and each has a unique history as a learner. In One Child at a Time, experienced literacy specialist and consultant Pat Johnson provides a framework she has used in numerous K-6 classrooms to help teachers understand and assist individual children. The four-step process outlined in the book enables teachers to focus carefully on specific strategies and behaviors; ana...read more

About the Author(s)

Pat Johnson has spent most of her thirty years in education as a reading specialist in elementary schools with diverse populations in Fairfax County, Virginia.

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Acknowledgments
1. A Framework for Thinking About Struggling Readers
2. Laying the Foundations
3. Active Participation
4. Fluency
5. Self-Monitoring for Comprehension
6. Self-Monitoring in All Ways, Always
7. Specific Support for English Language Learners
8. Assessment—Finding Out What Each Struggling Reader Needs
9. What Will It Take?
Appendix A
Appendix B
References
Index

Product Details

Grade Range: K-6
Media: 208 pp/paper
Year: 2005
Item No: 0434Item No: 0720Item No: B434
ISBN: 978-157110-434-2ISBN: 978-157110-720-6ISBN: 978-15711B-434-2

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