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|Statement||[by] Frank J. Guszak.|
|LC Classifications||LB1573 .G95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 302 p.|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||79187047|
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Diagnostic reading instruction in the elementary school Hardcover – January 1, by Frank J Guszak (Author)5/5(1). Part One, "Background: Diagnostic Reading Instruction," discusses some of the common explanations of reading failure and provides a modern reading program in action.
Part Two, "What the Diagnostic Reading Teacher Knows," operates on the hypothesis that those who teach reading skills must know such skills. Diagnostic Teaching of Reading, 7/e, by renowned author Barbara J.
Walker, is the ideal resource for pre-service and in-service educators, including teachers, reading specialists, literacy coaches, school psychologists, special education teachers, and Title I teachers. In it they see how to use a variety of instructional and assessment techniques to help plan lessons Cited by: Chapters of this book on diagnostic-prescriptive reading instruction examine such topics as defining reading, language and reading, reading comprehension, assessing student progress and needs, visual and auditory discrimination and perception, visual memory of words, decoding word symbols, primary reading, creating interest in reading, critical reading, creative reading, teaching reading Author: Larry A.
Harris, Carl B. Smith. DIAGNOSTIC-PRESCRIPTIVE READING INSTRUCTION WHAT. WHY. HOW. Earl H. Cheek and Martha Collins Cheek LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Thirty eager faces - thirty individuals with unique needs, backgrounds, learning styles, interests, and experiences - thirty students who need reading instruction.
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