The Reading Teacher's Handbook

This basic introduction to teaching reading is a vibrant mix of the background teachers need along with workable ideas and strategies for making instruction interesting, enjoyable and effective for all.

The book explores the skills students need to become successful readers. From using context clues and spelling patterns to phonics and word recognition skills, the book features practical activities to help students develop a repertoire of strategies to use as they build their confidence in reading.

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This basic introduction to teaching reading is a vibrant mix of the background teachers need along with workable ideas and strategies for making instruction interesting, enjoyable and effective for all.

The book explores the skills students need to become successful readers. From using context clues and spelling patterns to phonics and word recognition skills, the book features practical activities to help students develop a repertoire of strategies to use as they build their confidenc...read more

About the Author(s)

A native of Sheffield, England, Jo received her education at Goldsmith College, University of London, McMaster University, and the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She has twenty five-years of experience teaching all grade levels both in England and in Canada.

Table of Contents

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1. Understanding the Reading Process
2. Organizing the Reading Environment
3. Preparing for Reading
4. Reading the Selection
5. Developing Comprehension
6. Developing Language Skills
7. Encouraging Reluctant Readers
Reproducibles
Index

Product Details

Grade: 8
Media: 80 pp/paper
Item No: 8145
ISBN: 978-155138-145-9

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