Suitable for teachers and speech and language therapists working in the fields of language and literacy, and concerned with developing inferencing skills in their students, this book contains a collection of 300 texts which are graded, and lead the student gradually from simple tasks.
Reading Between the Lines Set Two is a sequel to the popular Reading Between the Lines. It is a resource book for teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs and Speech and Language Therapists who need to support the development of inference skills in children aged 8–12. These unique guides offer accessible and easy-to-use material specifically targeted to improve inference, which is a crucial element in understanding spoken and written language. The book provides 370 engaging texts themed around different areas such as place and occupation, and includes short stories about everyday events, magic and adventure. Each short text is accompanied by guiding questions and is carefully graded to allow students to gradually progress from more simple texts with highlighted clues onto more challenging scenarios which will require higher level inferencing skills. Containing handy photocopiable material, this guide can be used with whole classes, small groups or individual children. It will be particularly valuable to professionals working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders or Speech, Language and Communication Needs, who need particular support with inference as they develop their broader social communication skills.
"Hilf mir" - Deliah kann es kaum fassen, als sie diese Nachricht in ihrem Lieblingsbuch findet. Offensichtlich hat Oliver, der umwerfend gut aussehende Prinz der Geschichte, die Bitte speziell für sie hinterlassen. Und tatsächlich: Schnell stellen die beiden fest, dass sie über die Grenzen der Buchseiten hinweg miteinander sprechen können. Doch das reicht ihnen schon bald nicht mehr aus. Oliver ist schon lange genervt von seinem Märchen, das er immer wieder durchspielen muss, sobald ein Leser das Buch aufschlägt. Und er findet Gefallen an Deliah, die so anders ist als die langweilige Prinzessin Seraphima, die er sonst immer küssen muss. Da ist es doch klar, dass er endlich zu ihr will! Und Deliah: Die hat sich längst Hals über Kopf in ihren Märchenprinzen verliebt. Und ist begeistert von der Idee, Oliver aus dem Buch herauszuholen. Doch wie können die beiden es schaffen, die Grenzen zwischen ihren so unterschiedlichen Welten zu überwinden? Zusammen mit ihrer Tochter Samantha hat die bekannte Bestseller-Autorin Jodi Picoult einen Liebesroman geschrieben - mitreißend, märchenhaft, unwiderstehlich!
Author: JoAnn Yaworski
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Release Date: 2008-11-21
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Reading Between the Lines is the higher-level book of a new, two-book reading series with a focus on inference and critical reading, intended for developing readers. The text foregrounds inference by discussing the skills and strategies required for reading between the lines, that is, critical thinking, critical reading, and reading comprehension. Learning and study strategies are also discussed. Reading Between the Lines teaches students how to identify the other story behind both academic and professional texts, to dig beyond the literal, to think critically, to understand the varied levels of meaning in a line, and to create informed opinions about modern issues affecting our daily lives.
Teaching Reading and Phonics to Children with Language and Communication Delay is an accessible and jargon-free book full of practical ideas for teaching the first stages of reading and phonics to children who have speech and language delay. Written by a bestselling author, this invaluable toolkit covers approaches to the teaching of reading for a variety of needs so that no child is left behind. Features include: • a wide range of practical activities • useful checklists at the end of each chapter for assessing progress and further planning • links to example photo books to demonstrate how reading can be personalised and interactive • tips for teaching reading and motivating children in their learning • template material which can be photocopied and downloaded as eResources Packed with helpful illustrations and examples that can be used in lessons, this book offers a variety of methods of teaching reading, including an emphasis on visual strategies which are well suited to children with language delay and complex communication needs. Clear explanations and step-by-step instructions mean the book can be used by parents as well as non-specialist teachers and teaching assistants, and the book will be ideal reading for any educators working with young children to improve their literacy.
Release Date: 2011
Nick, das Monster, das jede Nacht unter dem Bett des kleinen Jungen lauert, hat sich für eine Woche abgemeldet. Was nun? Ohne sein Monster kann der Junge nicht schlafen. Der Reihe nach versuchen Ersatzmonster ihr Glück, wirklich überzeugen kann keines von ihnen. Ab 5.
Author: J. Charles Alderson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2000-02-24
Genre: Foreign Language Study
Written by a leading authority in both language testing, and in the nature of reading in a second or foreign language, this book is the most comprehensive and up to date treatment of the assessment of reading in a foreign or second language. It is unique in that it reviews theory, research and practice in the assessment of reading. It is invaluable for anyone wishing to assess the reading ability of language learners. It provides the novice with a comprehensive overview of the basic tenets of reading assessment, and the expert with an in-depth discussion of the major issues in the field.
Author: Judith Kay
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2008-05-12
Genre: Foreign Language Study
Authentic North American short stories enhance students' reading skills, language learning, and enjoyment of literature. The Teacher's Manual provides tips and strategies on how to teach the different exercise types in a chapter. In addition, the authors provide interpretative commentary on the readings, helping teachers gain a literary appreciation of the text. Finally, a complete answer key is provided, including suggested answers to the critical thinking questions.
Author: Susan Fondrk
Publisher: Good Year Books
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Learn from those who have already been there, done that, and know what works. Drawing on their combined 47 years of experience as Title I resource teachers, the authors provide a detailed road map for helping struggling readers become proficient.