Becoming a Reader: A Developmental Approach to Reading Instruction
This book provides a developmental perspective of literacy learning as a way to understand the literacy process. The authors describe how children become skilled readers through the following five stages of the literacy growth process: emergent reading, initial reading, transitional stage, basic literacy, and refinement stage. Topics include: word identification and comprehension, current conflicts on reading instruction, assessment issues, and contains new appendices. For anyone interested in elementary reading and literacy instruction.
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Initial Reading Stage
part TWO Becoming Fluent
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ability grouping activities appropriate asked assessment awareness basal readers basic literacy stage beginning readers Cambourne chapter child children's literature classroom comprehension concepts content area discussion DRTA example fluency future shock goals grade help students identify initial readers instructional program International Reading Association John's Kim's language experience learning logs lesson letters literacy development literature materials meaning miscues norm-referenced tests oral reading passage patterns phonemic awareness phonics Portsmouth practice predictable prior knowledge questions read aloud reading activities reading and writing reading instruction reading progress reading stage refinement stage rereading responses retelling Searfoss selection self-selected reading semantic semantic mapping semantic web sentence share sight vocabulary silent reading skills sounds stage of reading stage readers story structured overview study strategies summarizing sustained silent reading teacher teaching tests Theresa tion topic transitional stage understanding word identification strategies