|Bob Algozzine||University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA|
|Dorothy J. O'Shea||Slippery Rock University|
|Festus E. Obiakor||Valdosta State University|
|© 2009||208 pages||Corwin|
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|About the Authors|
|1. Teaching Children to Read||Bob Algozzine, Festus E. Obiakor, Ellissa Brooks Nelson, Jeffery P. Bakken|
|2. Improving Phonological Processing||Dorothy J. O'Shea, Jodi Katsafanas|
|3. Improving Decoding and Structural Analysis Skills||Dorothy J. O'Shea, Jodi Katsafanas, Kelly Holloway|
|4. Improving Fluency||Michelle McCollins, Dorothy J. O'Shea|
|5. Improving Vocabulary||Shobana Musti-Rao, Renee O. Hawkins, Gwendolyn Cartledge, Cheryl Utley|
|6. Improving Comprehension||Jeffery P. Bakken|
|7. Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction for All||Festus E. Obiakor, Darren J. Smith|
|ISBN: 9781412957748||Paperback||Suggested Retail Price: $38.95||Bookstore Price: $31.16|
|ISBN: 9781412957731||Hardcover||Suggested Retail Price: $85.95||Bookstore Price: $68.76|
"Dispels the myths regarding culturally diverse learners and provides concrete strategies that any teacher can easily implement. The book contains current research from the most reputable sources in the field and is a must-read for every teacher."
—Akina Luckett-Canty, Special Education Teacher
Brighton Middle School, Birmingham, AL
"This text addresses the literacy needs of learners who have been 'left behind.'"
—Ursula Thomas-Fair, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education
University of West Georgia
Give students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds the literacy skills to succeed!
All students bring unique cultural and language experiences to their learning. Offering perspectives from experts in diversity and literacy, this clearly organized, comprehensive resource illustrates how teachers can improve reading achievement for students from diverse backgrounds by combining research-supported best practices with culturally responsive instruction.
Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction connects students' backgrounds, interests, and experiences to the standards-based curriculum. Teachers will find effective practices to help plan, implement, manage, and evaluate literacy instruction for students with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This book provides:
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