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Teaching Reading Sourcebook Updated Second Edition (Core Literacy Library)

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Author: Bill Honig

Edition: Updated Second Edition

Features:

  • Teaching Reading Sourcebook Updated Second Edition

Binding: Perfect Paperback

Number Of Pages: 848

Release Date: 11-09-2012

Details: Product Description A best-selling, research-based guide to effective reading instruction, the Teaching Reading Sourcebook has always supported educators in bridging the gap between evidence-based reading research and actionable instructional strategies. Now the Sourcebook also supports educators efforts in understanding, transitioning to, unpacking, and implementing the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. In the Updated Second Edition, new features seamlessly connect and clarify the Sourcebook's alignment to the Common Core. Common Core has not changed the essential components of reading instruction. That's why the Teaching Reading Sourcebook is still the ultimate guide for improving reading achievement. The Updated Second Edition includes: New Common Core information, cross-references, and graphic explanations Explicit coverage (what? why? when? and how?) of the five essential components of reading instruction Sample lesson models and resources to easily implement best practices Highly respected contributing authors who are experts in the field of reading Review The Sourcebook is the first line of support for anything literacy. It is immediately usable when you walk into the classroom whether you are a teacher or administrator. --Toni Dunbar, chief academic officer, Revolution K12; former deputy superintendent, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Florida The Sourcebook provides both distilled theory and research, with lessons you can teach tomorrow morning. It is a keeper . . . a textbook that pre-service and classroom teachers will want to keep and pull off of their professional bookshelf quite often. --Shane Templeton, Ph.D. University of Nevada, Reno About the Author Bill Honig is the president of CORE, former State Superintendent of Public Instruction of California, and author of Teaching Our Children to Read: The Role of Skills in a Comprehensive Reading Program Linda Diamond is the chief executive officer of CORE; a national speaker on literacy, leadership, assessment, and Response to Intervention; a former school principal and director of instruction; author of the middle-school supplemental vocabulary intervention program Word Intelligence; co-author of Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures and the Vocabulary Handbook; and author of numerous professional articles. Linda Gutlohn is a reading program consultant and editor; co-author of the Vocabulary Handbook and Word ID: Assessment Across the Content Areas; president of phonicFinder, software and services for analyzing the decodability of texts; and a former teacher and language arts consultant.

Package Dimensions: 11.0 x 8.6 x 1.6 inches

Languages: English