A modern classic, updated for todayas classroom needs No skill is more fundamental to our studentsa education than reading. And no recent book has done more to advance our understanding of the neuroscience behind this so-critical skill than David Sousaas How the Brain Learns to Read. Top among the second editionas many new features are: Correlations to the Common Core State Standards A new chapter on how to teach for comprehension Much more on helping older struggling readers master subject-area content Ways to tailor strategies to the unique needs of struggling learners Key links between how the brain learns spoken and written languageTeaching students to ask their own questions helps them become aware of whether they understand what they are reading. By generating their ... Story structure describes how the events and content of a story are organized into a plot. Teaching about story structure helps students learn to identify categories of content, such as initiating events, goals, setting, internal reactions, and outcomes. How this ... The themes selected by third-grade teachers were the adaptations and habitats ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||How the Brain Learns to Read|
|Author||:||David A. Sousa|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2014-03-05|