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Handbook of reading research : Volume lll

Author: Michael L Kamil; Peter B Mosenthal; P David Pearson; Rebecca Barr
Publisher: New Jersey, USA : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., 2000
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael L Kamil; Peter B Mosenthal; P David Pearson; Rebecca Barr
ISBN: 0805823999 9780805823998
OCLC Number: 768551922
Description: 1010 s.
Contents: Pt. 1. Literacy research around the world. Reading Research in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Reading research in the United Kingdom. Education in transition: trends in Central and Eastern Europe. Literacy research in Latin America. Trends in reading research in the United States: changing intellectual currents over three decades. pt. 2. Methods of literacy research. Making sense of classroom worlds: methodology in teacher research. Designing programmatic interventions. Undertaking historical research in literacy. Narrative approaches. Critical approaches. Ethnographic approaches to literacy Research. Verbal reports and protocol analysis. A case for single-subject experiments in literacy research. Discourse and sociocultural studies in reading. Research synthesis: making sense of the accumulation of knowledge in reading. pt. 3. Literacy processes. The neurobiology of reading and reading disability (dyslexia). Phonological and lexical processes. Vocabulary processes. Learning from text: a multidimensional and developmental perspective. Structural aspects of constructing meaning from text. Classroom language and literacy learning --
Children's literature --
Research on response to literature. Engagement and
Responsibility: Kamil, Michael L. & Mosenthal, Peter B. & Pearson, P. David & Barr, Rebecca

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