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Education
Author: Theresa A. Deeney
ISBN: 1412940885
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Pages 216 pages
Publisher Corwin; 1 edition (November 19, 2008)
Language English
Category: Education
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eBook Improving Literacy Instruction With Classroom Research download

by Theresa A. Deeney


Visible Learning for Literacy, Grades K-12.

Disabilities "I like to take my own sweet time" : Case Study of a Child with Naming-Speed Deficits and Reading. Theresa A. Deeney, Maryanne Wolf, A. Goldberg O'rourke. Physical Educators as Teachers of Literacy. Debra A. Ballinger, Theresa A. Deeney

For the classroom teacher, her book provides numerous assessment and instructional strategies for turning the great promise of RTI into reality for students.

For the classroom teacher, her book provides numerous assessment and instructional strategies for turning the great promise of RTI into reality for students. The book outlines five powerful strategies for increasing the likelihood that students will remember and later use the literacy skills they have learned. Each strategy for programming generalization is then fleshed out with specific examples at the tactical level. Author: William L. Heward, Professor Emeritus Published On: 2009-11-30.

eISBN13 9781452297514. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG.

by Theresa A. Deeney.

She has coauthored books on reading instruction and written numerous articles published in journals such . Introduction: Improving Comprehension Instruction: An Urgent Priority (Linda B. Gambrell, Cathy Collins Block, and Michael Pressley).

Michael Pressley is the professor of psychology at Michigan State University. He is an expert in comprehension processing in primary-level reading education. 1. Reconceptualizing Reading Comprehension (Anne P. Sweet and Catherine Snow).

Improving Adult Literacy Instruction: Developing Reading and Writing. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Develop vocabulary and content knowledge to foster reading comprehension and learning. identify ways to integrate classroom instruction with informal learning opportunities provided by day-to-day interactions and through the use of technology.

The author details the classroom research cycle and provides tools and sample completed projects to help educators initiate their own research and improve literacy instruction.