After Early Intervention, Then What?
Teaching Struggling Readers in Grades 3 and Beyond
Jeanne R. Paratore and Rachel L. McCormack, editors
Even with effective early interventions, many students continue to need expert and intensive reading instruction well beyond the primary years. Despite the increased attention to and gains in improvement for these struggling readers in recent years, many continue to perform at the lowest levels of achievement.
With contributions from educators you know and trust, this comprehensive resource highlights the latest work that holds the greatest promise for continuing the upward trend in literacy achievement of students who struggle in grades 3 and beyond. To help you understand why readers struggle and how to help them succeed, chapters offer the latest research and classroom-tested instructional strategies. The strategies address a range of grade levels, ability levels, and classroom contexts. The many vignettes and classroom examples provide a real-life context for all the strategies discussed.
New to This Edition
- Latest research findings and instructional strategies
- Chapters on timely issues such as grouping routines, RTI, and expository text
- Section on school and district initiatives and interventions
- Try It! feature gets you started on implementing the ideas presented
© 2011 | 296 pp.
ISBN 13: 978-0-87207-844-4