"A solid resource to help teachers understand the basic foundation for literacy development through guided reading in the primary grade." —Patti Ulshafer, first-grade teacher
Develop successful readers with these strategies for before, during, and after reading.
In Teaching Kids to Read, Gail Saunders-Smith describes the cognitive processes of emergent readers and provides educators with clear guidelines for promoting reading comprehension with small groups of young learners.
A variety of exercises included helps children to locate, record, retrieve, and manipulate information from texts while enabling teachers to measure how students respond in oral, written, graphic, and three-dimensional forms.