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Growing with Books - 2. Learning to Read - 3. Literature and the Human Voice - 4. Reading Habits and Attitudes: When, Where, and How - 5. Sources for Books - 6. Reading and Human Relations - 7. What Books Do for Readers - 8. Sub literature - 9. Teachers and Teaching: The Secondary. The original books is too bright.
Voices of Readers book. by G. Robert Carlsen. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Softcover copy of Voice of Readers - How We Come to Love Books. Published by the National Council of Teachers. ISBN13: 9780814156391. Voices of Readers : How We Come to Love Books.
Carlsen, G. Robert; Sherrill, Anne. Drawing on thousands of "reading autobiographies," in which generations of students wrote about their experiences with reading, this book investigates what makes young people want to read
Carlsen, G. Drawing on thousands of "reading autobiographies," in which generations of students wrote about their experiences with reading, this book investigates what makes young people want to read. Chapters include: (1) Growing with Books; (2) Learning To Read; (3) Literature and the Human Voice; (4) Reading Habits and Attitudes: When, Where, and How; (5) Sources for Books; (6) Reading and Human Relations; (7) What Books Do for Readers; (8) Subliterature; (9) Teachers and Teaching: The Secondary School Years; (10) Libraries and Librarians; (11) The Reading.
Carlsen, . & Sherrill, A. (1988). Voices of readers: How we come to love books. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Pavonetti, L. (2004). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Forming Connections and Awakening Visions: Using Short Story Collections in the Classroom.
Their conclusions were presented in a book entitled Voices of Readers: how we come to love books (Carlsen and Sherrill, 1988). What the voices of thousands of readers recounted in their journey to lifetime reading should continue to inform our best practices today, some 30 years later. Since the early 1990s, I have combed through countless reading autobiographies. The important factors that Carlsen and Sherrill (1988) highlighted in their book as ‘experiences likely to produce readers’ still ring true for contemporary readers.
Voices of readers: How we come to love books (1995). Books for you: An annotated booklist for senior high students.
Voices of readers: How we come to love books. Using more than 1,000 reading autobiographies collected over the past thirty years, the authors develop fresh views of reading by listening to the voices of readers who have written about their experiences with books. Designed to assist students, high school teachers, and librarians, this book surveys more than 1,000 titles grouped by subject into thirty-five thematic chapters. Each entry includes full bibliographic information, a concise summary of the book’s contents, and a notation about any awards the book has won. Grades 7–12. Stepping Outside the Box: Some Additional Thoughts Part II Robert Brooks, P. This will be my last article until September. I want to wish my readers a relaxing summer and to mention that in addition. Teaching Dossier (2007) LAURA KERR. Carlson, Robert G. & Anne Sherrill. When Kids Can't Read: What Teachers Can Do. Beers, Kylene. Writing Every Day. Buis, Kellie. Writing for Reading: Will Resistant Readers Teach Each Other? Duval-Flynn, Joan.