S. Jay Samuels and Alan E. Farstrup, editors
Finally, a book that provides just what the fluency doctor ordered — a balanced treatment of the research on fluency by leading educators who have studied the issue carefully.
— P. David Pearson, University of California, Berkeley
Useful for undergraduate students learning to be classroom teachers as well as for classroom teachers focusing on reading instruction in their graduate programs.
— American Psychological Association
The editors of What Research Has to Say About Reading Instruction present the most recent research on fluency and show how you can put it into practice. An indispensable resource for classroom teachers and teacher educators alike, the reader-friendly text offers a range of expert perspectives on the key aspects of fluency:
Discussion questions encourage further thinking and reflection for individual and group study.
© 2006 | 240 pp.
ISBN 10: 0-87207-587-7 | ISBN 13: 978-0-87207-587-0
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