Teaching reading to adults : a balanced approach / Pat Campbell
Book | Grass Roots Press | 2009
Available at Gateway-Kenosha Campus General Collection (LC 5225 R4 C3.45 2003)

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ix, 158 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Ch.1 Teaching Reading to Adults: A Balanced Approach
Ch.2 Foundations of Reading
Ch.3 Assessment
Ch.4 Word Recognition
Ch.5 Comprehenson
Ch.6 Teaching Reading in a Participatory Context
Summary
This is an ideal resource for adult educators who want to deepen their theoretical and practical knowledge about reading assessment and instruction. The author situates "balance" not only within the context of methodology, but also within the broader context of reading the word and the world. The intended audience for this book is adult basic education and ESL instructors, trainers, reading specialists, administrators, literacy coordinators, and graduate students.
12.00 PRF (99-PRF-9)
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Canada. National Literacy Secretariat.
Grass Roots Press.
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