Early Steps Learning From a Reader

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1. Rereading Familiar Books. Rereading helps students gain speed, smoothness, and automaticityDowhower, S. (1989). Repeated reading: Research into practice. The Reading Teacher, 42, 502-507.. 2. Word Study. ?Most critical factor behind fluent word reading is the ability to recognize letters, spelling patterns, and whole words effortlessly." Marilyn Adams.

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1. Early Steps Learning From a Reader By Carol Santa

2. 1. Rereading Familiar Books Rereading helps students gain speed, smoothness, and automaticity Dowhower, S. (1989). Repeated reading: Research into practice. The Reading Teacher, 42, 502-507.

3. 2. Word Study “Most critical factor behind fluent word reading is the ability to recognize letters, spelling patterns, and whole words effortlessly.” Marilyn Adams

4. 2. Word Study “Most critical factor behind fluent word reading is the ability to recognize letters, spelling patterns, and whole words effortlessly.” Marilyn Adams cat stick

5. 2. Word Study “Most critical factor behind fluent word reading is the ability to recognize letters, spelling patterns, and whole words effortlessly.” Marilyn Adams cat stick

6. 3. Sentence Writing Children have success reading what they have written and learning spelling based on their own experiences. (R. Van Allen) Encourage children to write using the letters they hear promotes phonemic awareness.

7. 4. Introduction of a New Book Important to children to read on their instructional level with pre-reading instruction. (Morris, Shaw, & Perney, 1990) Children learn in situations where they are challenged but not overwhelmed. (Gambrell, Wilson & Gentt, 1981)

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