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Bridges To Reading, K-3: Teaching Reading Skills With Children's Literature (through Children's Literature)

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Bridges To Reading

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Author: Suzanne I. Barchers

Bridges To Reading, K-3: Teaching Reading Skills With Children's Literature (through Children's Literature) , teaching reading skills with children's literature is a must own book. The author is Suzanne I. Barchers and it was published in April of 1999 by Libraries Unlimited. In the Dewey Decimal Classification number is LB1573.B3573 1999. The book is 201 pages long. It furthermore stresses Reading. For the greatest offer for this kids book in addition to other items, visit our store button below.

Now you can use quality children's literature to teach traditional reading abilities! Providing a balance between traditional and literature-based instruction, these books incorporate stimulating and instructive lessons based on approximately 150 skills commonly identified in basal readers. Each featured book consists of a quantity of activities and a list of related books. Wonderful tools for enlivening reading instruction, these resources reconcile the need to teach simple skills with the desire to use children's literature. These lessons utilize various strategies that may be applied to teaching myriad skills-from alphabet and alphabetization to word recognition skills. Semantic feature analysis, attribute charts, writing activities, problem solving, genre analysis, wordplay, and phonetic analysis are just some of the strategies covered.



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