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by Bea Mikulecky,Beatrice S Mikulecky

ePub A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills download
Author:
Bea Mikulecky,Beatrice S Mikulecky
ISBN13:
978-0201500790
ISBN:
0201500795
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Publisher:
Addison Wesley Publishing Company (January 1, 1990)
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Subcategory:
Words Language & Grammar
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1439 kb
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1776 kb
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4.1
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Download Now. A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills by Beatrice Mikulecky (Summary). Uploaded by. Miguel Lamas. When teaching is based on an understanding of underlying theories of reading and literacy development, teachers can be more confident and can plan more coherent lessons. What is Reading? A psycholinguistic guessing game (Goodman, 1970) As a reader of English, you probably engaged in the following activities while you were reading.

Beatrice Mikulecky holds a master's degree in TESOL and a doctorate in Applied Psycholinguistics from . She is the author of A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills and co-author of the Reading Power series. Books by Beatrice S. Mikulecky.

Beatrice Mikulecky holds a master's degree in TESOL and a doctorate in Applied Psycholinguistics from Boston University. In addition to teaching reading, writing, and ESL, she has worked as a teacher-trainer in the Harvard University Summer ESL Program, in the Simmons College MATESL Program, and in Moscow, Russia. Mikulecky

Beatrice S. This revision of the classical practical handbook A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills combines reading theory with practical classroom application.

Beatrice S. An invaluable resource to the reading teacher, teacher-in-training, or administrator who wants to stress quality reading comprehension instruction, the principles apply to teenage through adult learnerers who already have basic decoding skills. Part II outlines why and how to set up an extensive reading program.

This revision of the classical practical handbook A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills combines reading theory with practical classroom application.

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The teacher, teacher-in-training, or administrator who wants to stress quality reading comprehension instruction will discover A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills is a valuable resource. Comprehensive, yet concise in presentation, this text combines theory with classroom application.

These student-centered reading skills texts help students go beyond rote learning to develop the solid reading skills good readers take for granted. Basic Reading Power, the first in text in the series, helps beginning students (below 300 word vocabulary) to become better readers in school, college, or business. Includes special emphasis on developing the good vocabulary learning skills crucial to fluent reading.

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Bea Mikulecky is the author of "A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills" and co-author of the Reading Power series. Linda Jeffries hold a master's degree in TESOL from Boston University. She has taught reading, writing, and ESL/EFL at Boston College, Boston University, in the Harvard University Summer ESL Program, and at the University of Opole, in Poland. She currently resides in Italy, where she has taught EFL and academic writing at the University of Bologna and the University of Modena. Beatrice S. Mikulecky, Linda Jeffries. Advanced Reading Power. Linda Jeffries, Beatrice S. Recently Viewed and Featured. Gluten-Free Thai Recipes and Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids: 2 Book Combo.

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The teacher, teacher-in-training, or administrator who wants to stress quality reading comprehension instruction will discover A Short Course in Teaching Reading Skills is a valuable resource. Comprehensive, yet concise in presentation, this text combines theory with classroom application. It also connects developmental skills to literacy and language development. The principles outlined apply to students of any age and language proficiency who already have basic decoding abilities.
  • The content is five-star. I have given it three stars because it has an index that is comparable to books printed 100 years ago in terms of comprehensiveness and quality. Also, a book of this type should have a glossary for those students who are reading this kind of material for the first time. In other words, the failures in the book fall squarely on the shoulders of a publisher that wants fat dollars for a book that could have easily sold four times more copies if sold at half the price.

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  • This book is just like its title. It's very practical. I provides you with the assignments and techniques on how to teach using the materials provided in the book.

  • I was looking for a book that give me more than simply theory and I found this in this amazing book with interactive activities for reading comprehension.

  • Great book. Useful ideas.

  • I got this book for a grad class in teaching reading and writing (to esl students). This book was fantastic for explaining the theories and concepts behind teaching reading as well as giving sample exercises for every single concept. The exercises could easily be adapted for use in any reading classroom, and they take the guesswork out of lesson planning. It's very nice to have academic support behind the activities that you're using! Although we used it for ESL reading, the introduction at the beginning of the book states that it can be used in a multitude of reading settings, including adult basic literacy and elementary literacy, which makes it even more useful. I very much recommend this book, and I know I will be returning to it for as long as I'm teaching.