Now in its fourth edition, The Reading Teacher’s Book of Lists has enjoyed huge word–of–mouth success. Teachers hear of it from other teachers or at workshops and wonder how they managed without it! This newly revised and updated version places at your fingertips over 190 of the most used and useful lists to help you develop instructional materials and plan lessons for elementary as well as secondary students. For quick access, the lists are organized into 15 sections, from Phonics, Subject Words, and Vocabulary to Literature, Comprehension, and Abbreviations, Symbols, and Signs. Each section brims with examples, key words, teaching ideas, and activities that you can use as is or easily adapt to meet your students’ particular needs. You’ll find over 40 new lists including: Vowel Sounds, Reading Math, Multiple Intelligences and Reading, and Comprehension Strategies. Other lists have been expanded and updated including favorites such as Story Starters, Prefixes and Suffixes, and Common Word Idioms. Teachers will enjoy the all–new sections The Internet and Spelling and the large, 8–1/4" x 11" spiral–bound format for easy photocopying. There’s no limit to the uses for these lists from creating games to making up test questions. Whatever grade you teach, there are lists that will inspire your lessons and your students.
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This newly revised and updated Fourth Edition of THE READING TEACHER’S BOOK OF LISTS places at your fingertips over 190 of the most used and useful lists for developing instructional materials and planning lessons for elementary and secondary students.
For quick access, the lists are organized into 15 sections, from "Phonics," "Useful Word" and "Vocabulary" through "Comprehension," "Assessment" and "References," each brimming with examples, key words, teaching ideas and activities you can use as is or easily adapt to meet your students’ needs.
Moreover, all of the lists are printed in a big 8–1/4" x 11" spiral–bound format ready to be photocopied as many times as you need them for use with individual students, small groups, or an entire class!
You’ll find over 40 new lists in the Fourth Edition, making it even more helpful than previous editions.
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In short, THE READING TEACHER’S BOOK OF LISTS, Fourth Edition gives you an unparalleled source of timely, practical information for all aspects of reading instruction that might otherwise take many years and much effort to acquire!About the Author:
Edward Fry, Ph.D., is a Professor Emeritus of Education at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ). At Rutgers, Dr. Fry taught graduate and undergraduate courses in reading, curriculum, and other educational subjects. He lives in Laguna Beach, CA.
Jacqueline Kress, Ed.D. is Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies at Fordham University′s Graduate School of Education (NY,NY) and works with the faculty in the preparation and professional development of educators. She lives in Elizabeth, NJ.
Dona Lee Fountoukidis, Ed.D. is director of Planning, Research, and Evaluation at William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ) where she conducts research on student learning. She lives in Kinnelon, NJ.
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Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2000. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. PHONICS. List 1. Consonant Sounds. List 2. Vowel Sounds. List 3. The Final "E" Rule. List 4. Double Vowels. List 5. Sound Determined by Letter Position. List 6. Phonics Awareness. List 7. Suggested Phonics Teaching Order. List 8. Phonics Example Words. List 9. Phonograms. List 10. The Most Common Phonograms. List 11. Phonically Irregular Words. List 12. Standalones. List 13. Syllabication Rules. 2. USEFUL WORDS. List 14. Instant Words. List 15. Picture Nouns. List 16. Homophones. List 17. Homophone Teaching Suggestions. List 18. Homographs and Heteronyms. List 19. Easily Confused Words. List 20. Collective Nouns. List 21. Mass Nouns. List 22. Nonreversible Word Pairs. 3. VOCABULARY. List 23. Prefixes. List 24. Suffixes. List 25. Synonyms. List 26. Antonyms. List 27. Greek and Latin Roots. List 28. -Ology Word Family. List 29. -Phobia and -Cide Word Families. List 30. Foreign Words. List 31. French and Latin Phrases. List 32. British and American Words. List 33. Words Borrowed From Names. List 34. Oxymorons. 4. SUBJECT WORDS. List 35. Math Vocabulary-Primary. List 36. Math Vocabulary-Elementary. List 37. Math Vocabulary-Intermediate. List 38. Reading Math. List 39. Social Studies Vocabulary-Elementary. List 40. Social Studies Vocabulary-Intermediate. List 41. Geography Vocabulary. List 42. Science Vocabulary-Elementary. List 43. Science Vocabulary-Intermediate. 5. LITERATURE. List 44. Book Words. List 45. Genre. List 46. Literary Terms. List 47. Old and New Favorite Books to Read Aloud. List 48. Award-Winning Children2s Books. List 49. Other Children2s Book Awards. List 50. Books without Words. List 51. Predictable Books. List 52. Sound-Awareness Books. List 53. All-Time Favorites. List 54. Books for Reluctant and Developing Readers. List 55. Kids2 Magazines. List 56. Book-List Collections. List 57. Book Interest Arousers. List 58. Book Report Form. List 59. Book Report Alternatives. 6. WRITING. List 60. Descriptive Words. List 61. Story Starters. List 62. He Said/She Said. List 63. Similes. List 64. Metaphors. List 65. Nondiscriminatory Language Guidelines. List 66. Basic Sentence Patterns. List 67. Build a Sentence. List 68. Punctuation Guidelines. List 69. Writeability Checklist. List 70. Proofreading Checklist-Elementary. List 71. Proofreading Checklist-Intermediate. List 72. Proofreading Marks. List 73. Teacher2s Correction Marks. List 74. Handwriting Charts. 7. INSTRUCTION. List 75. Good Ideas for Reading Teachers. List 76. Activities for Language Development. List 77. Ways to Define a Word. List 78. Multiple Intelligences and Reading. List 79. Characteristics of Narrative and Expository Text. List 80. Readability Graph. List 81. Teaching with Newspapers. List 82. Oral Reading Activities. List 83. One Hundred Ways to Praise. List 84. Interest Inventory-Primary. List 85. Interest Inventory-Elementary/Intermediate. List 86. Student/Group Project Guide. List 87. Working in Teams. List 88. Teamwork Rules. List 89. Report Card Helps. List 90. Activities for Tutors. List 91. Fifty Reading Tips for Parents. List 92. Games and Methods for Teaching. 8. COMPREHENSION & STUDY SKILLS. List 93. Comprehension Skills. List 94. Comprehension Strategies. List 95. Comprehension Questions. List 96. Signal Words. List 97. Us. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0130884065
Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2000. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130884065
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