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Remediating Reading Difficulties,9780072823226

Remediating Reading Difficulties

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780072823226

ISBN10:
0072823224
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/29/2003
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
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Summary

Remediating Reading Difficulties provides practical, easy-to-implement activities and strategies designed to correct diagnosed reading difficulties. Most chapters describe a specific reading problem or skill, explain possible causes of the problem, and provide an extensive and wide-ranging variety of ideas and instructional strategies to remediate and prevent the reading problem. Remediating Reading Difficulties is also an excellent handbook of ideas for teachers in the regular classroom who wish to teach and reinforce specific reading skills and for teachers working with students who speak other languages (ESOL/LEP students). Brief, clear, student-friendly, and comprehensive, Remediating Reading Difficulties is a simple, easy-to-use quick-reference tool that both pre- and in-service teachers will want to keep ready at arm's length to motivate, communicate with, assess, and promote good reading practices in all readers.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
UNIT I: EMERGENT/BEGINNING LITERACY SKILLS
1(22)
Concepts of Print
3(3)
Letter Identification
6(8)
Phonemic Awareness
14(9)
Hearing and Generating Rhyming Words
15(3)
Hearing Initial Phonemes
18(2)
Segmenting Words into Phonemes
20(2)
Blending Sounds into Words
22(1)
UNIT II: WORD ANALYSIS SKILLS
23(26)
Sight Word Recognition
25(10)
Picture Clues
35(2)
Phonic Analysis
37(9)
Teaching Consonants
38(4)
Teaching Vowels
42(4)
Syllabic Analysis
46(3)
UNIT III: VOCABULARY
49(36)
Graphic Organizers
53(8)
Word Walls
54(1)
Logo and Pictomaps
55(1)
Semantic Maps
56(2)
Definition Word Maps
58(1)
Semantic Feature Analysis
59(2)
Morphology
61(8)
Compound Words
61(2)
Contractions
63(3)
Affixes and Root Words
66(3)
Context
69(4)
Word Relationships
73(5)
Synonyms
74(1)
Homophones (Homonymns)
75(1)
Homographs/Multiple Meanings/Figurative Language
76(2)
Extending an Interest in Vocabulary
78(7)
UNIT IV: FLUENCY
85(26)
Major Fluency Strategies
89(7)
Repeated Readings
90(1)
Choral Reading
91(1)
Echo Reading
92(1)
Paired Reading
92(1)
Radio Reading
93(1)
Readers' Theater
93(1)
Tape-Assisted Reading
94(2)
Fluency Miscues
96(11)
Decreasing Reversals
97(2)
Decreasing Omissions
99(1)
Decreasing Substitutions
100(2)
Decreasing Nonpronunciations
102(1)
Decreasing Repetitions
103(2)
Decreasing Insertions
105(2)
Decreasing Faulty Habits
107(4)
Subvocalization and Lip Movements
107(1)
Finger Pointing
108(1)
Head Movements
109(2)
UNIT V: TEXT COMPREHENSION
111(52)
Teaching Structures
115(5)
Guided Reading Procedures
116(1)
Directed Reading Activity (DRA)
117(1)
Directed Reading-Thinking Activity (DRTA)
117(1)
K--W--L
118(1)
Preparational Strategies
119(1)
Organizational Structures
120(23)
Details and Listing
121(7)
Sequence and Following Directions
128(4)
Main Ideas
132(4)
Comparison/Contrast
136(2)
Cause/Effect
138(2)
Summarizing and Story Structure
140(3)
Elaborative Structures
143(14)
Inferences
143(5)
Critical/Evaluative Literacy
148(3)
Forming Mental Images
151(2)
Metacognition
153(4)
Questioning Structures
157(6)
Guidelines for Asking Questions
158(1)
Think-Alouds
159(1)
Questioning the Author
160(1)
ReQuest
160(1)
Reciprocal Teaching
161(2)
UNIT VI: STUDY SKILLS
163(16)
Adjusting Reading Rate
165(6)
Increasing Rate
166(1)
Decreasing Rate
167(1)
Skimming
168(1)
Scanning
169(2)
Memory Aids
171(4)
SQ3R
171(1)
Outlining
172(1)
Mnemonics
173(1)
Personal Planning and Organization
173(2)
Listening
175(4)
UNIT VII: AFFECTIVE AREAS
179(20)
Improving Self-Concept
181(2)
Developing Interests
183(9)
Reinforcement Activities
184(6)
Literature Circles
190(1)
Interest Inventory
191(1)
Suggestions for Parents
192(7)
Generic Activities
192(1)
More Specific Activities
193(2)
Activities for Parents of ESL Students
195(1)
Parent (Guardian) Interview
196(3)
UNIT VIII: SPECIALIZED APPROACHES
199(12)
Kinesthetic Method
201(2)
Neurological Impress Method
203(2)
Reading Recovery Method
205(3)
Language Experience
208(3)
UNIT IX: SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
211(2)
Characteristics of ESL Students
213(5)
Characteristics of ESL Students/Schools in Native Countries
213(1)
Language Interference
214(4)
Teaching ESL Students
218(1)
General Suggestions
218(1)
Suggestions for Reading/Literacy
219
Appendix A Major Word Analysis Generalizations 1(6)
Appendix B Word Lists for Word Analysis Elements 7(17)
Appendix C Common Phonograms (Rimes) 24(7)
Appendix D Developing a Teaching Kit 31(2)
Appendix E Caldecott, Newbery, and Coretta Scott King Award-Winning Books 33(6)
Appendix F Trade Books for Challenged Readers 39(16)
Appendix G Commercial Books, Kits, and Workbooks for Instruction 55(20)
Appendix H Multimedia, Including Games, Software, Electronics, and Writing Activities 75(10)
Appendix I Publishing Companies 85
References 1(1)
Index 1


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