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Looking Inside Classrooms: Reflecting on the "How" as Well as the "What" in Effective Reading Instruction

by Barbara M. Taylor, Debra S. Peterson, P. David Pearson and Michael C. Rodriguez

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Looking Inside Classrooms: Reflecting on the "How" as Well as the "What" in Effective Reading Instruction

Grades K – 5
Type Journal
Published November 2002
Publisher International Reading Association

 

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Classroom practices were studied to identify those that were most useful for improving students' reading ability. The authors describe teacher practices they observed in classrooms, examine the relationships between teacher practice and student growth, and provide vignettes that show effective practice in action.

Taylor, B.M., Peterson, D.S., Pearson, P., & Rodriguez, M.C. (2002, November). Looking Inside Classrooms: Reflecting on the "How" as Well as the "What" in Effective Reading Instruction. The Reading Teacher, 56(3), 270279. doi: 10.1598/RT.56.3.5

 

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