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1996 pb  256 pages
Item #517  
ISBN 1-878450-86-7 


 

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Reading Strategies: Focus on Comprehension 2/E
by Yetta M. Goodman, University of Arizona,
Dorothy J. Watson, University of Missouri, and
Carolyn L. Burke, Indiana University



READING STRATEGIES is for classroom teachers, reading
specialists, and special education teachers. It has value as a textbook for graduate and undergraduate courses in reading instruction. The first part of the book places the reading process within a language framework within a sociocultural context.  The bulk of the book is on reading strategy lessons with a focus on semantic cueing systems, syntactic cueing systems, and
graphophonic cueing systems.
 

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Author Bios:
Yetta M. Goodman
is Regents Professor of Education at the University of Arizona – Tucson, College of Education, Department of Language, Reading, and Culture.  She has been researching miscue analysis, early literacy process, and kid watching for many years.  In addition to her leadership roles in many professional organizations, she has authored and co-authored many books and articles, including Reading Miscue Inventory:  Alternative Procedures, Retrospective Miscue Analysis:  Revaluing Readers and Reading, and the first edition of Reading Strategies:  Focus on Comprehension.
 

Dorothy J. Watson is Professor of Education at the University of Missouri – Columbia, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in literacy education and is Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. A leader of many professional organizations, Dorothy has been involved in research, curriculum development, writing, and presentations in the fields of reading and language development.  She is co-author of Reading Miscue Inventory:  Alternative Procedures and numerous other books and articles.  

Carolyn L. Burke is Professor of Language Education at Indiana University, Bloomington, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in literacy and children’s literature.  She was involved in the earliest miscue research with Ken Goodman and continues to be known for her work in inquiry curriculum, reader interviews, and miscue studies.  She is a co-author of Reading Miscue Inventory:  Alternative Procedures and the first edition of Reading Strategies:  Focus on Comprehension. 

Other Books by the Author
Reading Miscue Inventory: From Evaluation to Instruction Second Edition