Raising Readers: Helping Your Child to Literacy
This bestselling book helps teachers answer all the questions that parents ask about their children’s reading. It helps make parents partners, not adversaries, in the learning process by explaining how current ways to teach reading correspond to the natural ways in which children acquire language. Includes sections on how to choose good books for children, commonly asked questions, and more.
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Why Do We Read? We Read for Meaning
Prediction Through Experience
Prediction and the Sounds of Language
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