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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Kamil, Michael L.
Handbook of Reading Research.
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael L Kamil; P David Pearson; Elizabeth Birr Moje; Peter Afflerbach; Peter B Mosenthal
|Description:||1 online resource (799 pages)|
|Contents:||Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Dedication; Transitions: Looking Back and Looking Ahead; Preface Reading Research in a Changing Era: An Introduction to the Handbook of Reading Research, Volume IV; Part 1 Conduct of Reading Research; 1 Researching the Teaching of Reading through Direct Observation: Tools, Methodologies, and Guidelines for the Future; 2 Methods of Automated Text Analysis; 3 Statistical Modeling in Literacy Research; 4 Designing and Conducting Literacy Intervention Research; 5 Cultural Perspectives in Reading: Theory and Research; Part 2 Development of Reading. 6 Supporting Early (and Later) Literacy Development at Home and at School: The Long View7 Primary Grade Reading; 8 Adolescents as Readers; 9 Adult Literacy (Age 18 and Beyond); Part 3 Process of Reading; 10 The Development of Comprehension; 11 Word Recognition; 12 Orthographic Processing in Models of Word Recognition; 13 Reading Fluency; 14 Oral Discourse and Reading; Part 4 Teaching and Learning of Reading; 15 Locating Struggling Readers in a Reconfigured Landscape: A Conceptual Review; 16 A Dialogic Turn in Research on Learning and Teaching to Comprehend. 17 Toward a Theory of Word Selection18 The Development and Teaching of Word Recognition Skill; 19 The Teaching and Learning of Critical Literacy: Beyond the "Show of Wisdom"; 20 The Role of Text in Disciplinary Learning; 21 The Classroom Assessment of Reading; 22 The Role of Culture in Literacy, Learning, and Teaching; Part 5 Contexts of Reading; 23 Popular Culture and Literacy Practices; 24 Reading Policy in the Era of Accountability; 25 Reading and School Reform; 26 Professional Development and Teacher Education for Reading Instruction; 27 Second Language Reading Acquisition. 28 Reading Instruction for English Language Learners29 Literacy Out of School: A Review of Research on Programs and Practices; 30 Family Literacy: A Current View of Research on Parents and Children Learning Together; Index.|