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Great book for primary teachers.. March 22, 2011
This book is a must-read for elementary teachers also for essential reading for all who work with struggling readers in any context and contains a wealth of resources, t is based on the works of many of today's top literacy experts, It uses the same theory Reading Recovery is based on to help classroom teachers have a better handle on how to work with the "hardest to teach/slowest to figure out reading" students. I highly recommend this book for all K-2 and intervention teachers.
Catching Readers Before They Fall : Supporting Readers Who Struggle, K-4: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Every teacher of reading plays a vital role in helping tocatchthose readers for whom learning to read does not come easily. Through examples from both adults and children, the authors explain and describe the complex integrated network of strategies that go on in the minds of proficient readers-strategies that struggling readers have to learn in order to construct their own reading processes. This book is essential reading for all who work with struggling readers in any context and contains a wealth of resources, including a thorough explanation of all the sources of information readers use to solve words, examples and scenarios of teacher/student interactions, prompts to use with struggling readers, lessons on modeling, and assessment guidelines.