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Reading in elementary classrooms

Patricia M. Cunningham

Reading in elementary classrooms

Strategies and observations

by Patricia M. Cunningham

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Published by Longman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language Experience Approach,
  • Education / Teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages496
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7847538M
    ISBN 100801302293
    ISBN 109780801302299

      Shows teachers how to meet the challenges of teaching literacy in today's classroom This book provides educators with the historical and theoretical foundations necessary for becoming a reading, writing, and literacy teacher and helps them understand the broader, more complete picture of the reading process and what it means to be a teacher of readers/5. Sign in - Google Accounts.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reading and writing in elementary classrooms. White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishers USA, © (OCoLC) Description. With its strong research base, engaging style, and descriptions of specific teaching strategies, this popular book covers the essential topics of first and second language acquisition, oral language development, writing, reading, vocabulary, and reading and writing across the curriculum (Content-Based Instruction).Format: Paper.

    Intended for those learning to become teachers, this book was written to help such students gain a full understanding of how to teach reading in elementary schools. It can also be used by experienced teachers to encourage further professional development. In order to promote the reader's interaction with the ideas of the text, activities have been included to encourage the reader toCited by: 3. In elementary school, children learn how to learn—and remember—new information. Students study a variety of subjects. These help them develop both creativity and critical-thinking skills. These skills are what they’ll need to meet the challenges in later years. Grades K–5 set the foundation for: reading; writing; listening; speaking.


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Cunningham. Teaching with Interactive Picture E-Books in Grades K–6. By: Heather Schugar, interested in better understanding how students' reading compared when reading a book electronically as opposed to when reading a book in traditional print. In the Elementary Classrooms.

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CLOSE READING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS T The Reading Teacher Vol. 66R Issue 3 November them to do so. Paul and Elder () recommended that students regularly engage in four such habits: 1.

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