Building a Knowledge Base in Reading
Jane Braunger and Jan Patricia Lewis
Not only an outstanding guide and curriculum development resource, but a truly indispensable companion recommended to all novice classroom teachers....
— Midwest Book Review
Use this edition, completely updated from the important 1997 publication, to make sound decisions about instructional programs and materials. You’ll find a broad and balanced perspective for building your practice around the best possible evidence-based reading research.
This new edition includes
Expanded core understandings with implications for students at all levels
Teacher resources for translating these understandings into classroom practice
Chapter summaries that will help you pull together key ideas
© 2006 | 216 pp.
ISBN 10: 0-87207-575-3 | ISBN 13: 978-0-87207-575-7
Copublished with the National Council of Teachers of English
Also of interest:
What Research Has to Say About Reading Instruction