|aTeaching children who find reading difficult /|cTimothy V. Rasinski, Nancy D. Padak, Gay Fawcett.
|aBoston, Mass :|bAllyn & Bacon,|cc2010.
|axv, 296 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aRev. ed. of: Effective reading strategies : teaching children who find reading difficult. c2004.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 278-287) and index.
|aSetting the stage for helping struggling readers -- Determining instructional needs : assessing readers in action -- Creating an instructional framework -- Developing positive attitudes about reading -- Preventing reading problems through early literacy experiences -- Overcoming difficulties in word recognition -- Developing fluent reading in struggling readers -- Building deep and wide vocabularies in struggling readers -- Developing comprehension with narrative text -- Developing comprehension with informational text -- Writing development -- Putting it all together : developing instructional systems and routines that work for students who struggle in reading -- Involving parents in children's reading -- Appendices : A. Poetry and rhymes for reading -- B. Common word families -- C. The essential primary grade sight word list -- D. Sources of information on word histories and word play -- E. Meaningful prefixes, suffixes, and word parts -- F. Bookmaking ideas -- G. Sample letter to parents.