Engaged Reading: Processes, Practices, and Policy Implications
John T. Guthrie, Donna E. Alvermann
Teachers College Press, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 178 pages
Edited by two of the most distinguished figures in the field of reading, this volume is a thoughtful synthesis of current research conducted at the National Reading Research Center (NRRC). Blending investigations on the motivational, social, and cognitive needs of young learners, it presents a new perspective on reading development. The authors cover
-- Qualities and practices of engaged readers
-- Practices for elementary, middle, and high school classrooms
-- The influence of family literacy beliefs and interactions, and
-- The range of methodologies used by literacy researchers.
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