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Put students on the road to reading with this clear and concise guide to teaching reading strategies to young learners. The irresistible lessons and activities introduce and model key strategies—including questioning, reading on, summarizing, visualizing, and rereading—that will help students become independent, strategic readers. Packed with reproducibles, checklists, and a great booklist that matches favorite books to the strategies they’re perfect for teaching, this resource has everything teachers need to teach reading successfully. For use with Grades K-3.
A clear and concise guide to teaching reading strategies to young learners.
Melody Bradbury-Wolff has taught for 18 years in grades K-4. She is currently a first grade teacher at Homan Elementary School in Schereville, IN, where she has taught for seven years. Melody holds a Master's degree in Elementary Administration.
Bette S. Bergeron, Ph.D., is a Professor of Education and the Head of the Faculty of Education at Arizona State University East. Her area of specialty is elementary literacy. Bergeron worked with Bradbury-Wolff in her classroom for 3 years to develop the ideas in this book.
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