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Improving Literacy Instruction With Classroom Research (Paperback)
  • Improving Literacy Instruction With Classroom Research (Paperback)

Improving Literacy Instruction With Classroom Research (Paperback)

Paperback 216 Pages / Published: 20/01/2009
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Implement classroom research to build students' core literacy skills!

Offering a comprehensive overview and steps for conducting classroom research, this resource shows teachers how to use the research to evaluate and modify literacy instruction. The author presents a thorough review of the classroom research cycle and includes guidelines, charts, tables, and other information to help educators initiate their own projects. Readers will find detailed case studies from teachers in the field which provide:

Models for new projects

A deeper understanding of how to implement research-based literacy practices in the five core areas of reading: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9781412940894
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 28 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 15 mm

"Deeney's engaging but rigorous text provides teachers with the perfect and indispensable tool for increasing professionalism in the complex field of literacy education. By focusing on both the product and the process of classroom inquiry, Deeney has gifted us with a resource that not only tells us how to do classroom research, but why we must value it to improve our practice." -- Dana L. Grisham, Professor of Teacher Education
"Filled with reflective questions, keen insights, and helpful resources, this engaging book supports both novice and veteran classroom researchers. We see thought-provoking inquiries on comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary development as teachers research their current classroom practices, assessments, and district mandates. At the heart of all of the research is how best to support, engage, and extend learners. As teachers read the clearly delineated steps, they will be energized to confidently conduct their own classroom research." -- Cheryl L. Dozier, Assistant Professor
"This book will be very helpful for discussing research and classroom teachers as researchers. The author provides good examples of doing qualitative research in the classroom using authentic teaching events." -- Jose Lalas, Professor of Literacy and Director of Teacher Education

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