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Title Perspectives on literacy research and practice / edited by Kathleen A. Hinchman, Donald J. Leu, Charles K. Kinzer ; with the editorial assistance of Philip H. Loseby [and others].

Imprint Chicago : National Reading Conference, Inc., ©1995.


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  372.4 P467P    Check Shelf
Description 516 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Yearbook of the National Reading Conference ; 44th
Yearbook of the National Reading Conference ; 44th.
Note Includes author and subject index.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Adult literacy. Using literacy as a tool for learning medicine: lessons from encounters with the "other" -- Reconceptualizing adult literacy: mirando al futuro -- Imaginal forces in the movement toward medical literacy for at-risk students -- The new standards applied learning framework: tying workplace literacy to schools -- Engagement. The nature of engagement when reading in and out of one's discipline -- The role of optimal chanllenge in students' literacy engagement -- Classroom communities. The intended and interpreted meanings of teachers' evaluative feedback to students during reading lessons -- Performing classroom community: a dramatic palimpsest of answerability -- The idealized classroom community: a critique from a performance perspective -- Effective literacy classrooms: teachers and students exploring literacy together -- Comprehension strategies.
The efects of strategy instruction on the literacy models of reading and writing delayed middle school students -- Effects of reciprocal strategy training in prediction, clarification, question generating, and summarization on fourth graders' reading comprehension -- Comprehension of narrative and expository texts: the role of content, topic, discourse, and strategy knowledge -- Comprehension calibration of college freshmen and college seniors -- Emergent literacy. Pedagogical and classroom factors related to how teachers read to 3-and 4-year old children -- If you want to play here on Mondays, ask Margaret, Jean, Carrie, Mark, and Toni: children's perceptions of literacy during play -- Effects of repeated readings of alphabet books on kindergartner's letter recognition -- Meaning-based reading instruction in a Finnish kindergarten -- A kindergarten sign-in procedure: a routine in support of written language learning.
Using repeated reading to promote reading success in a heterogeneously grouped first grade -- Family literacy. Styles of interaction during a book reading task: implications for literacy intervention with low-income families -- Maternal employment during the first year of life: effects related to reading development in 7-year-old children -- Family literacy: overview and synthesis of an ERIC search -- Literature. Lenses of gender, experience, and age: revealing personal connections to literature -- Learning to read with the "new" literature-based basal reading programs: some initial findings -- Teacher facilitation of students' recreational reading choices -- On the road from recitation to discussion in large-group dialogue about literature -- Preservice education.
A comparative study of content area literacy students' attitudes toward reading through autobiography analysis -- Reconstructing our pasts: urban preservice teachers' definitions of literacy and literacy instruction -- Taking it up/taking it seriously: critical literacy in preservice teacher education -- Infusing features of the reading recovery professional development model into the experiences of preservice teachers -- A practice-oriented approach to methods coursework in literacy teaching -- Practical argument as instruction: developing an inner voice -- Spelling. Evaluating spelling treatment effects: a tutorial in the application of a single-case methodology -- Multilevel spelling instruction in third-grade classrooms -- Teaching. Sabbatical in second-grade: reflecting on the lived experience -- Formal and practical knowledge in reading education: examining preservice, inservice, and university teachers' perspectives on classroom instruction -- Inside/out: talking and questioning our teaching selves through email exchanges -- The tensions and possibilities of constructing literate environments for professional growth -- Constructing a knowledge base for in-school leadership in a school-wide literacy model -- Mrs. Van's story: an exploration of the meaning changes in a teacher's professional life -- Technology. Hypermedia for readers with hearing impairments: promoting literacy with electronic text enhancements -- Incorporating the computer into kindergarten: a case study.
Subject Literacy -- Research.
Literacy -- Research. (OCoLC)fst00999883
United States.
Läskunnighet -- konferenser.
Added Author Hinchman, Kathleen A.
Leu, Donald J.
Kinzer, Charles K.
Other Form: Online version: Perspectives on literacy research and practice. Chicago : National Reading Conference, Inc., ©1995 (OCoLC)681098212
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