Principles and Practices of Teaching Reading (10th Edition)
Although this book promotes a balanced approach for the introductory courses for reading, it has long been recognized as a leader in phonics instruction. This tenth edition strengthens the book's reputation and serves as an authoritative and practical guide to teaching reading. Throughout the text readers will experience a wealth of classroom applications in the form of activities and games, detailed lesson plans, and examples of decoding and comprehension strategies. A three-part organization covers the foundations of literacy instruction, teaching students to become strategic readers, and implementing a literacy program. For elementary school reading teachers.
Specifications of Principles and Practices of Teaching Reading (10th Edition)
|Author||Arthur W. Heilman, Timothy R. Blair, William H. Rupley|
|Number Of Pages||594|
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