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      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.Rev. ed. of: Direct instruction reading / Douglas W. Carnine, Jerry Silbert, Edward J. Kameenui. 3rd ed. c1997.

        StatementPearson Prentice Hall
        PublishersPearson Prentice Hall
        LC Classifications2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 59 p. :
        Number of Pages88
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100131123084

        nodata File Size: 6MB.

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Jerry then spent 12 years as a classroom teacher, working in a high-poverty elementary school. "The children pop up out of their desks every day to do Reading Horizons.

The Common Core State Standards CCSS are addressed directly and a rationale for how they relate to Direct instruction reading Direct Instruction approach to teaching reading is provided Ch. Table of Contents Brief Table of Contents Part I: Perspective 1.

Benefits of creating a Pearson eText course• Each lesson includes high student involvement, encourages students to come up to the board, and gets every student responding during teacher instruction. Development of the ability to read words: Update.

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Laura Bush, in Portland, Oregon and Paris, France. Because it is aligned to research, the program helps every student build a solid foundation in reading and prevents general education students from falling behind—including students with dyslexia. Customer Reviews: Our Reading methods class is focused Direct instruction reading direct instruction methods. Fluency Instruction and Passage Reading 17.

An Overview of Beginning Reading 6. At first this takes some organization but once it is established it will run like clockwork and you will be able to teach every student to read well and fluently.

We find the children become successful with phonics and reading because [Reading Horizons] works, and the program is very consistent. Kameenui was awarded the Distinguished Special Education Researcher Award from the American Educational Research Association AERA.

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Irregular Words: Primary and Intermediate Grades Systematic Introduction Of Irregular Words Context As A Cue 16. Phonic Analysis Words With Letter Combinations Words With A Vce Pattern 14.

There are four main features of DI that ensure students learn faster and more efficiently than any other program or technique available: Students are placed in instruction at their skill level.