The reading teacher's book of lists

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Prentice Hall, May 9, 2000 - Education - 464 pages
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Now in its fourth edition, The Reading Teacher?s Book of Lists has enjoyed huge word-of-mouth success. Teachers hear of it from other teachers or at workshops and wonder how they managed without it! This newly revised and updated version places at your fingertips over 190 of the most used and useful lists to help you develop instructional materials and plan lessons for elementary as well as secondary students. For quick access, the lists are organized into 15 sections, from ?Phonics,? ?Subject Words,? and ?Vocabulary? to ?Literature,? ?Comprehension,? and ?Abbreviations, Symbols, and Signs.? Each section brims with examples, key words, teaching ideas, and activities that you can use as is or easily adapt to meet your students? particular needs. You?ll find over 40 new lists including: ?Vowel Sounds,? ?Reading Math,? ?Multiple Intelligences and Reading,? and ?Comprehension Strategies.? Other lists have been expanded and updated including favorites such as ?Story Starters,? ?Prefixes and Suffixes,? and ?Common Word Idioms.? Teachers will enjoy the all-new sections ?The Internet? and ?Spelling? and the large, 8-1/4" x 11" spiral-bound format for easy photocopying. There?s no limit to the uses for these lists?from creating games to making up test questions. Whatever grade you teach, there are lists that will inspire your lessons?and your students.

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Reading Teachers Book of Lists

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This is a must have for all teachers and this source was the best price. Great for those fill in minutes when you need something fast to keep them motivated and learning. There are word games and the ... Read full review

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I use this book at least once a month, which I consider worth buying! Read full review

Contents

PHONICS
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Vowel Sounds
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Sound Determined by Letter Position
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About the author (2000)

\Edward Fry, Ph.D., is a Professor Emeritus of Education at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ).? At Rutgers, Dr. Fry taught graduate and undergraduate courses in reading, curriculum, and other educational subjects.? He lives in Laguna Beach, CA.?

Jacqueline Kress, Ed.D. is Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education (NY,NY) and works with the faculty in the preparation and professional development of educators.? She lives in Elizabeth, NJ.?

Dona Lee Fountoukidis, Ed.D. is director of Planning, Research, and Evaluation at William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ) where she conducts research on student learning.? She lives in Kinnelon, NJ.