Multiple Paths to Literacy : Classroom Techniques for Struggling Readers, K-12
For Reading Methods/Reading Assessment/Diagnosis and Remediation courses.Full of practical ideas and strategies, this text provides a comprehensive and balanced approach to diagnose, assess, and support the literacy development of struggling readers and second language learners. Unique to this text is a philosophical approach that links all literacy domains with the eight recognized multiple intelligences. This serves as a springboard for identifying appropriate instructional strategies to meet individual student needs.
- Paperback | 460 pages
- 200.7 x 255 x 18.8mm | 830.09g
- 25 Jun 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 5th edition
Table of contents
I. FOUNDATIONS. 1. Fundamental Aspects of the Reading Process and Corrective Reading. 2. The Analytic Process: Its Nature and Value. 3. Language Diversity Foundations for Literacy Instruction. 4. Reading-Related Factors. 5. Reading Assessment: Indirect Measures. 6. Reading Assessment: Direct Measures. II. THE MAJOR DOMAINS. 7. The Reading/Writing Connection. 8. Word Recognition. 9. Reading Comprehension: Foundations. 10. Meaning Vocabulary. 11. Reading Comprehension and Strategic Reading for Narrative Text. 12. Strategic Reading for Expository Text. 13. Study Skills. 14. Arts at Every Opportunity: Weaving It All Together. Appendixes. Glossary. References. Index.