Readers, texts, teachers

Publisher: Open University Press in Milton Keynes

Written in English
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  • English literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- England.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

StatementBill Corcoran and Emrys Evans (editors).
SeriesEnglish, language, and education series
ContributionsCorcoran, Bill., Evans, Emrys, 1931-
LC ClassificationsPR35
The Physical Object
Pagination(192)p. ;
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15001444M
ISBN 100335152384

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Bill Corcoran and Emrys Teachers book --Readers, texts, teachers / Clem Young --Readers recreating texts / Emrys Evans --Teachers creating readers / Bill Corcoran --The stories that readers tell / Robert Protherough --Rendering literature accessible / Lola Brown --Writing from reading.

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She starts with a discussion of why we have leveled texts to begin with, what their original purpose was, and the missteps we often make as teachers when using them.

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The texts do this by placing a premium on words that are both highly concrete and phonetically regular—words such dog, cat, pet, and big.

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Understanding Texts and Readers, Responsive Comprehension Instruction with Leveled Texts is designed for teachers working with students in first-eighth grade.

It seeks to engage with teachers who have faced mixed messages about text levels, those who have a desire to authentically confer with readers using all text types, as well as what to.

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(There is also a book of exercises that go with it.) And if you feel so inclined, the teacher's.Every teacher wants and expects his or her students to be reading increasingly complex texts, yet sometimes the gap between our expectations and our students' abilities seems wide and deep.

It's tempting to look at that gap and step in to fill it for them, but then we'd be doing most of the "heavy lifting"—the understanding, analysis, and interpretation that our students should be learning.