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eBook Learning to Teach Reading ePub

by Geoffrey R Roberts

  • ISBN: 0761963286
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Geoffrey R Roberts
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 2nd edition (July 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1822 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1644 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Learning to Teach Reading book.

Learning to Teach Reading book.

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Reading in primary schools. English in primary schools.

Geoffrey Roberts (born 1952) is a British historian of the Second World War. He specializes in Soviet diplomatic and military history of the Second World War. He is a professor of modern history at University College Cork in Ireland and was formerly. He is a professor of modern history at University College Cork in Ireland and was formerly head of the School of History at UCC. Geoffrey Roberts was born in Deptford, south London in 1952. His father worked as a labourer at the local power station, while his mother worked as a cleaner and tea lady.

This lift-the-flap book is another great one for introducing farm animals and the sounds they make. Toddlers and younger in particular will appreciate the large bright images and flaps. 4. From Head to Toe Eric Carle has a lot of great animal books. We love this one because of the variety of animals and it is great for teaching actions, parts of the body, and abilities ( I am a giraffe and I bend my neck. 10 Mouse moves house.

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This accessible and practical guide to teaching young children to read focuses on: the process of learning to read and its implications for teaching; issues about learning to read which all teachers need to understand; and a programme of teaching children to read.

The author deals with the learning that is necessary, and the teaching which enables it to be achieved. Now fully updated to include the most recent thinking on phonics, handwriting and literacy practices in the early years classroom, the book proposes a theoretical teaching model which will help teachers to make optimum use of the Literacy Hour.