Best practices in literacy instruction / Lesley Mandel Morrow, Ernest Morrell, Heather Kenyon Casey ; foreword by Gholnecsar (Gholdy) Muhammad
"This authoritative text and PreK-12 teacher resource is now in a substantially revised seventh edition with 80% new material, foregrounding advances in inclusive, equitable instruction. Teachers are guided through every major component of reading, as well as assessment, motivation, teaching bilingual learners, strengthening connections with families and communities, and more. The book presents principles and strategies for teaching literature and nonfiction texts, organizing and differentiating instruction, supporting struggling readers, and promoting digital literacy. Pedagogical features include chapter-opening bulleted previews of key points; reviews of the research evidence; recommendations for best practices in action, with examples from exemplary classrooms; and end-of-chapter engagement activities. New to This Edition *Chapter on culturally responsive teaching, plus more attention to social justice and equity throughout. *Chapter on supporting students in the "invisible middle." *Important new focus on social-emotional learning (SEL). *All chapters thoroughly revised or rewritten to reflect current research, theory, and instructional practices. "-- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9781462552238
- ISBN: 9781462552245
- Physical Description: xxxii, 496 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 23cm
- Edition: Seventh edition.
- Publisher: New York : The Guilford Press, 2023.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Machine generated contents note: Foreword, Gholnecsar (Gholdy) E. Muhammad -- I. Situating Best Practices: Comprehensive and Culturally, Responsive Literacy Instruction -- 1. Current Issues and Best Practices in Literacy Instruction, P. David Pearson, Christina L. Madda, & Taffy E. Raphael -- 2. Best Practices to Promote Social Justice and Equity in the Literacy Classroom, Ernest Morrell -- 3. Best Practices for Motivating Students to Read, Ana Taboada Barber & John T. Guthrie -- II. Best Practices throughout the Grades -- 4. Best Practices in Early Literacy, Lesley Mandel Morrow, Susan Dougherty, & Diane Tracey -- 5. Best Practices for Literacy in the Intermediate and Middle Grades, Heather Kenyon Casey -- 6. Best Practices for Literacy in High School, Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey -- 7. Best Practices for Integrating Children's Literature into the Life of the Classroom, Kathy G. Short -- 8. Best Practices for Organizing and Differentiating for Equitable Literacy Instruction, D. Ray Reutzel & Parker C. Fawson -- III. Evidence-Based Practices for Literacy Teaching and Learning -- 9. Best Practices for Developing Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Word Study to Support Fluent Reading, Donald R. Bear -- 10. Best Practices in Fluency Instruction, Melanie Kuhn, Timothy Rasinski, & Chase Young -- 11. Best Practices in Vocabulary Instruction, Kathy Ganske -- 12. Best Practices for Developing Comprehension across Genres, Nell K. Duke & Nicole M. Martin -- 13. Best Practices in Teaching Writers, Kelly Gallagher & Penny Kittle -- 14. Best Practices in Reading Nonfiction: Understanding the Possibilities and Problems, Robert Probst & Kylene Beers -- 15. Best Practices in Digital Literacy, Troy Hicks -- IV. Best Practices to Meet Targeted Needs -- 16. Best Practices to Support the Literacy Development of Bilingual Learners, Ofelia García & Claudia Cervantes-Soon -- 17. Best Practices to Change the Trajectory of Students Experiencing Reading Difficulties, Victoria J. Risko & Doris Walker-Dalhouse -- 18. Best Practices to Support Achieving Yet "Invisible" Literacy Learners, Diane Lapp, Toni Faddis, & Alejandro Gonzalez Ojeda -- 19. Best Practices in Literacy Assessment, Nancy Frey, Alejandro Gonzalez Ojeda, & Douglas Fisher -- V. Sustaining Best Practices: The Importance of Building Connections -- 20. Best Practices Linking Professional Learning, Literacy Coaching, and Equity, Sharon Walpole, Faith Muirhead, & Jaime True Daley -- 21. Best Practices for Home, School, and Community Partnerships: Collaborating for Social Justice and Equity, Patricia A. Edwards & Jacquelyn S. Sweeney -- Epilogue. Literacy Practicing: Repositioning Teachers as Cultural Workers and Ecopedagogues toward Creating Learning Cultures, Robert J. Tierney & P. David Pearson -- Afterword. Teaching Literacy in the Dystopia of Now: A Call to Action, Cornelius Minor -- Index -- .
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