All children read: teaching for literacy in today's diverse classroom
A Groundbreaking Text For Teaching Reading By Respected Researchers-- Charles Temple, Donna Ogle, Alan Crawford, and Penny Freppon.
Written by one of the most dynamic author teams in the field of Reading and Literacy, "All Children Read" offers future K-8 teachers the best practices for nurturing emergent literacy, teaching literacy concepts, and developing reading and writing in all students-those of varying reading levels and abilities, as well as those who are English language learners.
"The approach of this book mirrors your future classroom... the diverse classroom. It is the only book on the market that was written from its inception with these realities in mind."
Reviewers are Raving about "All Children Read: "
"" This text promises to be a timely, sensitive, and comprehensive literacy text for teachers whose lives are enriched daily from working with diverse learners." "
"" Two strengths are most apparent: There is a wealth of information which shows the disposition (attitudes and beliefs) of an effective teacher and it provides the rationale for the development of such dispositions if one intends to teach. The second strength is the depth and breath of information that the text provides on the teaching of writing. This text provides valuable support and will be an excellent resource for preservice teachers." "
"" There are a variety of solidly researched strategies that can be used to build the students' knowledge and performance base. The information helps the pre-service teachers attain the knowledge needed todevelop their teaching strategies." "
"" This is not the normal, bland writing we get in methods textbooks! The writing is excellent... I enjoyed reading this book and I salute the authors' spirit, their desire to present the truth about complex issues that many others wish to simplify." "
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