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by Mary Barton

Teaching Reading in Science download ebook
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1893476030
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978-1893476035
Author:
Mary Barton
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McRel (December 1, 2001)
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Teaching Reading in Science is a valuable companion to the Teaching Reading in the Content Areas Teacher's Manual and acknowledges the special challenges of reading in the context of science.

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Teaching Reading in Science is a valuable companion to the Teaching Reading in the Content Areas Teacher's Manual and acknowledges the special challenges of reading in the context of science. Many of the book's principles derive from recommendations of the National Research Council's science standards. The authors begin by examining what research says about the role of the reader, the role of climate, and the role of text features for reading and science. They also discuss strategic processing as used by effective readers of science and strategic teaching incorporating a five-phase instructional model (engage, explore, explain, elaborate, evaluate).