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Teaching reading through balanced literacy

Author: Jeffrey Lynn Sapp
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : Phi Delta Kappa, 2002.
Series: Hot topics series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Provides a synthesis of research on teaching reading. The book begins with a historical look at the research on literacy, focuses on the reading wars, and provides an update on where research in the field of emergent literacy has been moving. It presents methods that both researchers and practitioners agree work in teaching reading, examines 'critical literacy,' and considers issues surrounding secondary reading  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Lynn Sapp
OCLC Number: 50781377
Description: 265 p. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Balanced literacy : what exactly are we trying to balance? --
Feud for thought : the reading wars --
Instructional strategies --
The emergent reader --
Critical theory and critical literacy --
Literacy at the middle and high school levels.
Series Title: Hot topics series.
Responsibility: Jeff Sapp, editor.

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Provides a synthesis of research on teaching reading. The book begins with a historical look at the research on literacy, focuses on the reading wars, and provides an update on where research in the field of emergent literacy has been moving. It presents methods that both researchers and practitioners agree work in teaching reading, examines 'critical literacy,' and considers issues surrounding secondary reading instruction.

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