Teaching Reading Sourcebook
  • Teaching Reading Sourcebook
  • Teaching Reading Sourcebook
ISBN: 1571284575
EAN13: 9781571284570
Language: English
Pages: 848
Dimensions: 1.6" H x 10.9" L x 8.5" W
Weight: 4.9 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Top-rated by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ), this bestselling, user-friendly guide to effective reading instruction is solidly grounded in the science of reading. Combining the best features of an academic text and a practical, hands-on teacher's guide, the Teaching Reading Sourcebook comprehensively covers the scientific basis and instructional elements of the five essential components of effective reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. To facilitate comprehension and learning, the Sourcebook is organized according to the guiding questions behind explicit instruction (what? why? when? and how?). Each chapter includes a graphic, easy-to-understand explanation of the subject matter (what?); a concise summary of evidence-based research with a list of suggested readings (why?); suggested instructional timelines, assessments, and interventions (when?); and explicit, step-by-step lesson models that bridge the gap between research and practice (how?).

The 3rd Edition includes a new section on reading instruction within a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTS) framework.

Listed by the National Council on Teacher Quality's 2020 Teacher Prep Review as one of 10 textbooks that comprehensively and Read More chevron_right

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   Everything You Need to Know...
This book is one of only four textbooks that have been accepted by the National Council on Teacher Quality as a reading course. It is science-based, with clear statements of what to teach when, why and how. Included are reproducible reading texts, activity masters, and teaching charts. For each component of the reading instruction, research-based best practices are carefully described, from print awareness to comprehension.
   Best resource
This book is my favorite! It is such great resources for educating students with special needs and teaching ELL students. There is a huge amount of information and suggestions about how to work with the students. It is similar to a teacher guide but works much better and helps you understand the concepts that you teach to your students. I recommend this book highly ''.
   Will change how you teach for the better
I bought this book on the advice of a professor '' and was brilliant. It is all you need to teach reading or become a proactive educator. The way it is broken it is easy to read and use daily. It contains specific strategies that you can use step by step to help students with phonics, fluency, comprehension and more. I wonder why more educators are not using it beyond me. On your day off, read it and become a more proficient teacher. I do it daily in my class and can see the work in action.
   If You Could Buy Just One Book, Buy This!
When I worked at the Colorado Department of Education, we bought this book for scores of teachers in the schools we worked in. The text is well written and there are literally hundreds of ideas for teaching activities in the book. This is an absolute must read book.
   A must have for reading teachers
I call this book my big bad everything for teaching a reading book. In addition to summarizing research and the why behind practice, this book presents practical lesson plans to implement research-based practices. I highly recommend it for all reading teachers.
   Reading essential
This is a book that should have all teachers of reading. It guides you through the basics of reading and provides ideas for lessons.
   Excellent resource.
This article I used to study for the Massachusetts Foundations of Reading MTEL. It is very easy to understand and I plan to use it as well in my classroom.