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WHAT READERS REALLY DO TEACHING THE PROCESS
offers strategies and techniques for understanding the thinking work that goes into comprehending texts, covering how to move students to more complex material, building readers' identity, and thoroughly engage learners with the written word.

includes bibliographical references (p. 201-205).;stalking the invisible: what listening to students tells us about reading instruction -- what we mean by making meaning: noticingand naming what we do as readers -- how readers draft and revise their way from confusion to clarity -- how readers infer the significance of details -- how readers look closely at patterns to draft understandings -- how readers put all the parts together to revise their understandings -- how readers evaluate the worth of a text by questioning and considering its relevance.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
HEINEMANN
Copyright
2012
Catalog ID
4466562
ISBN-10
0325030731
ISBN-13
9780325030739
Language
English
 




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