Instructing Students Who Have Literacy Problems, Enhanced Pearson Etext -- Access Card (Hardcover)
This popular reading diagnosis text helps teachers to instruct students with reading difficulties of all types at every level of severity.
Long valued for its coverage of both assessment and instructional strategies, this widely popular reading diagnosis text presents a balanced view of literacy instruction, thoroughly examining interventions for students having difficulties with word study and reading comprehension. Instructing Students Who Have Literacy Problems, 7th Edition includes chapters on both formal and informal assessment with instructional interventions, enabling instructors to use this versatile text for one inclusive course or for two separate courses on diagnosis and instruction. Student case studies, as well as vignettes of teachers in action, illustrate real-world applications based on extensive research and the theoretical foundations of reading intervention.
McCormick and Zutell introduce practical strategies for both elementary and secondary students, including English language learners and students from a variety of cultural backgrounds. This valuable assessment, diagnosis, and remediation text will guide teachers to help students with literacy difficulties of all types become successful, capable readers.
The major topics covered include:
- Foundations of remediation and clinical reading instruction
- Assessment, both formal and informal
- Instructional interventions
- Reading instruction for special populations
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