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Teaching Reading Sourcebook - 3rd Edition
Authors: Bill Honig / Linda Diamond / Linda Gutlohn Publisher: Arena Press
The Teaching Reading Sourcebook, Third Edition, is a top-rated, indispensable guide to evidence-based, comprehensive reading instruction. Combining the best features of an academic text and a practical, hands-on teacher’s guide, the Sourcebook explicitly covers all essential components of effective reading instruction as recommended by the National Reading Panel (2000): phonological awareness, phonics/decoding, reading fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. The Third Edition has a completely new section on reading instruction within the MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) framework: “MTSS for Reading Success.” The Sourcebook is user-friendly. Its organization and design reflect the elements of explicit instruction (what? why? when? how?). Each chapter includes a graphic, easy-to-understand explanation of the subject matter (what?); a concise summary of evidence-based research with a list of suggested readings (why?); suggested instructional timelines, assessments, and interventions (when?); and explicit, step-by-step lesson models that bridge the gap between research and practice (how?).
Appropriate for elementary teachers, middle- and high-school teachers, school or district administrators, pre-service teachers, college instructors, providers of professional development, literacy coaches
The Common Core State Standards are specifically referenced throughout.
An easy-to-understand overview of reading instruction within MTSS covers the basic components: multi-tiered levels of prevention and support, evidence-based programs with high-quality instruction, ongoing assessment, and data-based decision making and problem solving.
Content closely correlates with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, especially Foundational Skills (K–5).
Sample Lesson Models (how?) provide direct and explicit instruction for evidence-based strategies, practices, and activities.
Helpful graphics, definitions, and simple charts and tables make the subject matter immediately understandable.
Connect to Theory interactive activities for the reader provide opportunities to review and interpret content.
The Resources section provides reproducible sample texts, activity masters, and teaching charts designed to be used in conjunction with sample lesson models.
Suggestions for teaching English-language learners appear throughout book.
About the Teaching Reading Sourcebook About the Common Core State Standards and the Teaching Reading Sourcebook Correlation: Sourcebook Sample Lesson Models to the Common Core State Standards
The Big Picture
Section I: Word Structure Chapter 1: Structure of English Chapter 2: Structure of Spanish
Section II: Early Literacy Section Introduction Chapter 3: Print Awareness Chapter 4: Letter Knowledge Chapter 5: Phonological Awareness
Section III: Decoding and Word Recognition Section Introduction Chapter 6: Phonics Chapter 7: Irregular Word Reading Chapter 8: Multisyllabic Word Reading
Indexes Subject Index Chart and Table Index Sample Lesson Model Index ELL Index
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Reviews & Comments:
“If you’re going to buy just one sourcebook for teaching reading, this must be the one!”“We can’t imagine a literacy coach, reading supervisor,school or Department of Education that would not wantto keep a copy of this comprehensive gem handy.”"We don't just need teachers, we need reading experts. The Sourcebook and Multiple Measures help us become experts who can teach to the standards no matter the curriculum and know exactly what students need to learn to be successful readers." ~Adria David, Instructional Coach, Vallivue School District, ID
"The Sourcebook provides both distilled theory and research, with lessons you can teach tomorrow morning. It is a keeper . . . a textbook that pre-service and classroom teachers will want to keep and pull off of their professional bookshelf quite often."--Shane Templeton, Ph.D. University of Nevada, Reno