4 edition of Developing literature-based reading programs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-156) and index.
|Statement||Bernice L. Yesner, M. Mary Murray.|
|Series||How-to-do-it manuals for school and public librarians ;, no. 13|
|Contributions||Murray, M. 1925-|
|LC Classifications||Z675.S3 Y46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||93005493|
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Literature-based instruction is the type of instruction in which authors' original narrative and expository works are used as the core for experiences to support children in developing literacy. The types of activities done with the literature are the natural types of things children and adults would do when reading and responding to any good book.
: Developing Literature-Based Reading Programs: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians (How-to-do-it Manuals for School and Public Librarians) (): Yesner, Bernice L., Murray, M.
Mary: BooksFormat: Paperback. Developing literature-based reading programs. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Yesner, Bernice L.
Developing literature-based reading programs. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bernice L Yesner; M Murray. the literature-based reading program is produced by a different commercial textbook publisher B. the literature-based reading program is supported by federal funding C.
the literature-based reading program uses teacher-made worksheets D. the literature-based reading program uses trade books for all aspects of reading. A literature-based reading program includes daily independent reading, self-selection of independent reading material, a read-aloud program, lots of high quality literature in the classroom, teacher-student conferences, and A.
teaching reading mostly from class sets of literature. careful adherence to a predetermined reading schedule. The second grade teachers at Dallas Christian School developed a reading program using children's literature.
We chose books that we thought would be of value to our students and would co-ordinate with our science and social studies units. “Literature-Based Reading Activities is a rich collection of reading activities using appropriate literature samples to illustrate the activities. Easily adaptable to any level and any other literary text, this book includes a wide variety of literature Developing literature-based reading programs book a wide range of engaging activities, with clear instructions, templates, and student Availability: Live.
~ Reward reading with more books — I am right across from the library, so when I find a book that I think fits a child, I say something like this, "Landon, you have been reading this series, and I notice you are about to finish it up this week.
I found this book in the library, and it made me think of you. A basal reading program is a core reading program that is used to teach children to read. The term. Proponents of literature-based instruction usually focus on the importance of using authentic literature, rather than the "canned" variety found in basal textbooks and other programs.
Books that are written to teach children to read tend to be boring, contrived and less vibrant than authentic literature. ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Aiex, Nola Kortner Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills Bloomington IN. Using Literature To Teach Reading.
ERIC Digest. The National Reading Initiative, an outgrowth of the California Reading Initiative, is a coordinating and disseminating network formed to promote reading and reduce Author: Nola Kortner Aiex. The Literature-Based Reading Strategy in which authors' original narrative and expository works are used as the core for experiences to support children in developing literacy.
The types of activities done with the literature are the natural types of things children and adults would do when reading and responding to any good book" ( Results of this study supported the belief that literature-based strategies and routines ERLC 31 29 used in first grade classrooms will yield scores on traditional reading standardized achievement test that are comparable or superior to those resulting from the use of basal reader programs, Heald-Taylor () cited two studies that compared.
skills, but relatively few instructional programs are designed to do so. This article describes a program that teaches reading and thinking strat-egies through a student-centered, literature-based curriculum.
The program is designed to increase students' cognitive strategy use, reading achievement, self-esteem, and critical thinking abilities. The stated purpose of this book is "to make a strong case for the value of literature-based instruction" (xiii).
The case is duly and thoroughly presented in over pages divided into fourteen chapters and ending with a series of essays on the future of. ‘phonics’ programs are in fact whole word or literature based programs with a token addition of a few sounds.
Parents and teachers should use direct systematic phonics based instructional programs in teaching children to read because these programs give us the tools to directly develop the phonologic processing necessary for proficient reading. eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book that can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.
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Fiona Jackson is an independent literacy consultant who presently coaches in four primary schools. Fiona focuses on developing literature-based reading programs that provide inspiration for students’ writing. Fiona uses a variety of writing programs to provide a framework for discussing the writing process with students.
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New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. In this book the authors describe literature-based reading. In addition, they present the theory and research findings that support literature-based programs and share anecdotes from teachers who have used literature in their kindergarten through eighth grade classrooms.
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