Teaching reading to adults : a balanced approach / Pat Campbell.
Author draws on her experience to integrate participatory theory and practice with the needs of literacy students and available resources.
"This is my most used resource. It gives clear easy to comprehend explanations of how adults learn to read. It really focuses on individuality in learning - because no two students are ever the same, and eveyone has their own way of learning. This book clearly explains this and offers so many approaches to teaching every student." – March 2009 Exemplary Literacy Materials Online Reviews.
"This book is essential for anyone working in the literacy field. The reader will find it to be an informative resource and a catalyst for challenging his/her own views on how to teach reading and how to approach literacy programming in general." – June 2008 Exemplary Literacy Materials Online Reviews.
- ISBN: 1894593189
- ISBN: 9781894593182
- Physical Description: 158 p. ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: Edmonton, Alta. : Grass Roots Press, 2003.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
|Target Audience Note:||
Reading level: Independent (Gr 8+).
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|Subject:||Reading (Adult education)
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