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Author: Diane L Schallert; National Reading Conference (U.S.)
Publisher: Oak Creek, Wis. : National Reading Conference, Inc., ©2002.
Series: Yearbook of the National Reading Conference, 51st.
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diane L Schallert; National Reading Conference (U.S.)
ISBN: 1893591042 9781893591042
OCLC Number: 51958074
Description: 447 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Secondary reading programs: a story of what was / Patricia L. Anders --
The national literacy strategy in England: changing phonics teaching? / Roger F. Beard and John Willcocks --
Literacy skills of children with a history of early corrective heart surgery / Sarah Beck, David Coker, Lowry Hemphill, and David Bellinger --
Visual literacy education in Canada, Scotland and England: motives and methods of three teacher educators / Deborah L. Begoray --
Literacy, technology, and a room of her own: analyzing adolescent girl's online conversations from historical and technological literacy perspectives / Dana W. Cammack --
Writing in the self: teachers writing autobiographies as a social endeavor / Lesley Coia and Monica Taylor --
A content analysis of the most frequently used NCREMAIL message headers: content analysis of NCREMAIL / Martha Dillner --
I never thought a first grader could teach me how to write: examining beliefs and positions in author's circles / Amy Seely Flint, Katie Van Sluys, Y. Gloria Lo, and Debra East --
The effects of staff development, modeling, and coaching of interactive writing on instructional repertoires of K-1 teachers in a professional development school / Nancy Frey and Patricia R. Kelly --
Text matters: readers who learn with decodable texts / Yetta Goodman, Ken Goodman, and Prisca Martens --
On-line resources for fostering understanding and higher-level thinking in senior high school students / Michael F. Graves and Lauren A. Liang --
Little Red Riding Hood goes to college: inviting the language of critique in teacher education / Jerome C. Harste, Christine H. Leland, and Cynthia Jackson --
Coordinating writing and reading competencies during early literacy development / George Kamberelis --
A focus on family stories: enhancing preservice teacher's cultural awareness / Julie K. Kidd, Sylvia Y. Sanchez, and Eva K. Thorp --
Adaptive learning guides in reading instruction / Helen S. Kim and Michael L. Kamil. Developing local curricula from the National Literacy Core Curriculum for Finnish six-year old children: what happened when elaboration of principles was left to teachers? / Riitta-Liisa Korkeamaki and Miriam Jean Dreher --
"I don't want to teach it wrong": an investigation of the role families believe they should play in the early literacy development of their children / Diane Lapp, Douglas Fisher, James Flood, and Kelly Moore --
An uncharted journey: three adolescent technology experts navigate the school system / Donna Mahar --
Lessons learned from preparing preservice teachers to integrate technology in their literacy teaching /Marla H. Mallette and Rachel A. Karchmer --
An exploration of children's understanding of character in grades 1-8 / Miriam Martinez, Susan Keehn, Nancy L. Roser, Janis Harmon, and Sharon O'Neal --
Prologue to an object-agent theory of literacy / John E. McEneaney --
Reading hypertext: comprehension and strategies of third grade students / Elizabeth S. Pang and Michael L. Kamil --
"I do have this right. You can't strip that from me": Valuing teacher's knowledge during literacy instructional change / Sharon M. Peck --Biliteracy development in two-way immersion classrooms: analysis of third grade Spanish and English reading / Bertha Perez and Belinda Bustos Flores --
Improving literacy teaching through structured collaborative inquiry in classroom and university clinical settings / Catherine A. Rosemary, Penny Freppon, Kathryn Kinnucan-Welsch, Patricia Grogan, Joyce Feist-Willis, Belinda Zimmerman, Lisa Campbell, Jeanne Cobb, Margaret Hill, Barbara Walker, and Miriam Ward --
Expressions of power and ideology in the National Reading Panel / Patrick Shannon, Jacqueline Edmondson, and Susan O'Brien --
Emergent literacy skills and family literacy environment of kindergarteners in South Africa / Ingrid A. Willenberg. Teachers integrate diverse students' "Funds of Knowledge" with popular culture into literacy instruction / Shelley Hong Xu.
Series Title: Yearbook of the National Reading Conference, 51st.
Other Titles: Fifty first yearbook of the National Reading Conference
National reading conference yearbook 51
Responsibility: edited by Diane L. Schallert, Colleen M. Fairbanks, Jo Worthy, Beth Maloch James V. Hoffman ; with the editorial assistance of Sarah J. McCarthey, Caitlin Dooley ; Edward A. Grochowski ; Susan Alberti.

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