Teaching Reading in the Content Areas for Elementary Teachers
An AEP Award winner, this teacher-friendly guide integrates a variety of reading skills and strategies into your content-area instruction to improve comprehension of textbook reading and other content-area material. Based on solid research, this resource provides multiple strategies and ready-to-implement best practices to help students develop their reading, writing, and oral communication skills within the context of content-area material taught in the classroom. Packed with various teaching methods and techniques, up-to-date research-based theory and practical applications, this book is great for new and experienced teachers.
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