Content Area Reading: An Individualized Approach

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Prentice-Hall, 1982 - Education - 382 pages
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Contents

SOME IMPORTANT BACKGROUND
13
DIAGNOSIS AND GROUPING IN CONTENT AREA READING
43
Informal Testing
51
Cultural and Linguistic Differences in Students
68
Assessing Student Attitudes and Interests
82
Grouping in the Content Classroom
96
ORGANIZING FOR INSTRUCTION IN CONTENT AREA
105
TeacherDirected Learning Activities
115
SELECTING MATERIALS FOR THE CONTENT CLASSROOM
231
The Selection of Texts and Alternative Reading Materials
243
Using Reading and Media To Teach Content
263
Techniques for Teaching Frustration Level Readers
269
Techniques for Teaching Independent Level Readers
277
Teaching Reading to Bilingual Students in the Content Classroom
290
EVALUATION OF READING AND TEACHING IN THE CONTENT
297
CONTENT AREA READING IN THE TOTAL SCHOOL
305

StudentDirected Learning Activities
130
A Synthesis
152
Teaching Vocabulary Skills
159
Teaching Comprehension Skills
183
Guiding Students Comprehension
192
Teaching Study Skills
215
Changing Other Teachers Behavior
313
Putting It All Together
322
Model LAP Early Peoples of Africa
343
Answer Key Knowledge of Content Area Reading Test
372
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