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Every Young Child a Reader: Using Marie Clay's Key Concepts for Classroom Instruction - Language and Literacy Series (Paperback)
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Every Young Child a Reader: Using Marie Clay's Key Concepts for Classroom Instruction - Language and Literacy Series (Paperback)

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Paperback 160 Pages / Published: 30/08/2016
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This resource will help K-2 teachers revitalize and restructure their classroom literacy instruction based on Marie Clay's groundbreaking and transformative literacy processing theory. Clay's theories have created literacy success for more than 2 million struggling first-grade readers in the United States and internationally through the Reading Recovery program. This practical volume gives primary grade teachers specific suggestions for using these principles and includes rich, robust instructional examples to ensure that all children meet new and rigorous standards in all facets of literacy learning. Replete with explicit depictions of classroom practice, the book addresses the following critical aspects of K-2 literacy instruction.

Publisher: Teachers' College Press
ISBN: 9780807758106
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 227 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 10 mm


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In Every Young Child a Reader: Using Marie Clay's Key Concepts for Classroom Instruction, authors Sharan A. Gibson and Barbara Moss explore reading and writing instruction with a goal of providing practicing K-2 teachers with pragmatic tools to support the literacy development of the youngest readers. Gibson and Moss offer a concise framework and draw together research around critical components of early literacy development.

--Teachers College Record


"Gibson and Moss connect word knowledge with the most foundational of skills, explaining how conceptual knowledge and vocabulary help even the youngest students make sense of texts when they try to us multiple sources of information to figure out unfamiliar words."

--Illinois Reading Council Journal


This book is highly recommended for the many suggestions and recommendations involving children's behavior. This is an important subject and is approached in a similar manner.

--M. G. Paregian

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