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Content Area Reading and Literacy : Succeeding in Today's Diverse Classrooms: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Equips preservice and inservice teachers to teach content area literacy in an era of high accountability and provides in-depth and integrated attention to the needs of students from diverse cultural and language backgrounds. The sixth edition includes up-to-date information on addressing the literacy needs of English learners and a culturally diverse student population. Preservice and inservice teachers
Table of Contents
|Content Literacy and the Reading Process|
|Language, Diversity, and Culture|
|Creating a Favorable Learning Environment|
|Planning for Content Literacy|
|Assessment of Students and Textbooks|
|Preparing to Read|
|Reading to Learn|
|Increasing Vocabulary and Conceptual Growth|
|Reflecting on Reading|
|Writing Across the Curriculum|
|Studying and Study Strategies|
|Developing Lifetime Readers: Literature in Content Area Classes|
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