Teaching reading in the primary classroom
Tags: READING (Primary)
- An evaluation of reading recovery. Center, Yola; Wheldall, Kevin // Reading Research Quarterly;Apr-Jun95, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p240
Evaluates the effectiveness of Reading Recovery (RR) in ten primary schools in New South Wales. Activities included in RR lessons; Superiority of students on RR on all tests measuring reading achievement at short-term evaluation; Effects of RR at medium-term evaluation; Percent of participants...
- On the effects of reading recovery: A response to Pinnell, Lyons, DeFord, Bryk, and Seltzer. Rasinski, Timothy V. // Reading Research Quarterly;Apr-Jun95, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p264
Comments on the facilitative effects of Reading Recovery reported by G.S. Pinnell, C.A. Lyons, D.E. DeFord, A.S. Bryk and M. Seltzer in their article `Comparing Instructional Models for the Literacy Education of High-Risk First Graders' published in the `Reading Research Quarterly.' Criticisms...
- Encouraging interest in reading in middle school. Ediger, Marlow // Education Digest;Sep93, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p57
Comments on the reading needs of the emerging adolescent in order to achieve optimally. The author's experience supervising a sixth-grade student; Need for quality objectives in the reading curriculum; Article in the Fall 1992 issue of `Reading Improvement'; More.
- Transplanting literacy methods across cultures: A case study in the Dominican Republic. Temple, Charles; de Yunen, Ana Margarita H // Reading Teacher;Nov93, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p264
Presents a case study on literacy methods used at a seventh grade classroom at the Colegio La Salle in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. Comprehension centered reading; Need to put more reading matter into the children's hands; Proposal for the inclusion of children's pages in the...
- Engaging with reading through interactive read-alouds. Barrentine, Shelby J. // Reading Teacher;Sep96, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p36
Focuses on the use of interactive read-alouds in teaching reading to primary students. Encouragement of children to verbally interact with the text, peers and the teacher; Engaging of students while they construct meaning and explore the reading process.
- Learning with text in the primary grades. Guillaume, Andrea M. // Reading Teacher;Mar98, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p476
Provides a rationale for learning-with-text experiences for primary-grade children, lists general approaches for these experiences, and gives a sample lesson that incorporates the approaches. Value of content area reading experiences; Ideas that reflect the literature on content area reading...
- Selfless service. // Reading Today;Apr/May98, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p42
Focuses on United States community organizations' efforts to address the social problems associated with children's reading problems. Recognition of organizations by the International Reading Association's Local Council Community Service Awards; Awarding of recognition to various councils...
- Reply to Pinnell, DeFord, Lyons, and Bryk. Rasinski, Timothy V. // Reading Research Quarterly;Apr-Jun95, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p276
Presents the reply of Timothy Rasinski to the arguments in favor of Reading Recovery by the authors of the article `Comparing Instructional Models for the Literacy Education of High-Risk First Graders.' Differences between the Reading Recovery and the Reading Success programs.
- Blending Boosters. Blevins, Wiley // Instructor-Primary;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p20
Discusses primary teaching techniques and classroom activities to enhance blending acuity and enliven phonics lessons. Final and successive blending; Incorporation of blending practice into the reading curriculum.