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The lessons start with what the child can already do. -Marie Clay This new edition of Marie Clay's invaluable text contains the teaching procedures, implementation practices, and theoretical understandings that underpin Reading Recovery.

Author: Marie Clay

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ISBN: 0325074550

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2016-06-30 By Marie Clay

Responding to the wealth of new evidence on reading and teaching that's appeared since the publication of Reading Recovery, Marie Clay has revised and updated her classic.

Author: Marie M. Clay

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: UOM:39015063157989

Category: Education

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Responding to the wealth of new evidence on reading and teaching that's appeared since the publication of Reading Recovery, Marie Clay has revised and updated her classic. Expanded into two new volumes and renamed Literacy Lessons, this powerful pair of companion books will help teachers and administrators understand and implement Reading Recovery. New features include: - new teaching procedures based on crossdisciplinary research- implementations from a variety of international settings and in three languages- new emphases on oral language, early writing, phonemic awareness, and spelling- updated lists of reading books.
2005 By Marie M. Clay

Responding to the wealth of new evidence on reading and teaching that's appeared since the publication of Reading Recovery, Marie Clay has revised and updated her classic.

Author: Marie M. Clay

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: PSU:000058182710

Category: Education

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Responding to the wealth of new evidence on reading and teaching that's appeared since the publication of Reading Recovery, Marie Clay has revised and updated her classic. Expanded into two new volumes and renamed Literacy Lessons, this powerful pair of companion books will help teachers and administrators understand and implement Reading Recovery. New features include: - new teaching procedures based on crossdisciplinary research- implementations from a variety of international settings and in three languages- new emphases on oral language, early writing, phonemic awareness, and spelling- updated lists of reading books.
2005 By Marie M. Clay

It answers the questions of Why?, When? and How? individual literacy lessons for young children at risk can be highly successful. This book is remarkable. It's an outstanding guidebook for training teachers.

Author: Marie M. Clay

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ISBN: LCCN:2005029876

Category: Language arts (Early childhood)

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"Successful early literacy intervention must be designed for individuals and delivered by trained teachers in the first two years of school." "Literacy Lessons: Designed for Individuals," in two parts, provides administrators and specially-trained teachers with guidance for managing the early literacy intervention called Reading Recovery. It answers the questions of Why?, When? and How? individual literacy lessons for young children at risk can be highly successful. This book is remarkable. It's an outstanding guidebook for training teachers. It is rich in presentations of theoretical concepts and clear rationales for early literacy intervention procedures. New procedures and more extended discussions of familiar procedures are carefully presented and clearly linked to research and theory. Familiar research on oral language development and current or newer research related to brain functioning and cognitive development are woven into discussions, and the frequent suggestions of additional reading are extremely helpful.Many aspects of this book are valuable. The arguments supporting the need for instruction designed for the idiosyncratic needs of each child at risk are important. The recurring references to individual instruction woven across the book reinforce those arguments. Sections such as What is 'reading' during the early lessons?, What does it mean to 'know' a letter? What does it mean to know aword? will facilitate good discussions and teacher understanding. Both teachers and administrators will gain powerful insights about early literacy intervention for at-risk learners from the two texts. The potential effect on the education of young children is profound. - Professor Mary Anne Doyle, University of Connecticut Chair, Executive Board of the International Reading Recovery Trainers Organization. A comprehensive review of Reading Recovery in the United States by five distinguished authors is available separately at the RRCNA Web site. Authors Maribeth Schmitt, Billie Askew, Irene Fountas, Carol Lyons, and Gay Su Pinnell share their knowledge and provide persuasive evidence for the power of an early investment in changing futures of children. http: //www.readingrecovery.org/sections/home/changingfutures.asp
2005 By Marie M. Clay

Provides teachers with guidance for managing the Reading Recovery.

Author: Marie M. Clay

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

ISBN: 1869703227

Category: Language arts (Early childhood)

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Provides teachers with guidance for managing the Reading Recovery.
2005 By Marie M. Clay

Literacy Lessons: Designed for Individuals, in two parts, provides administrators and specially trained teachers with guidance for managing the early literacy intervention called Reading Recovery.

Author: Marie Clay

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

ISBN: 0325013071

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Literacy Lessons: Designed for Individuals, in two parts, provides administrators and specially trained teachers with guidance for managing the early literacy intervention called Reading Recovery. It answers the questions of Why?, When? and How? individual literacy lessons for young children at risk can be highly successful.
2005-12-15 By Marie Clay

For three decades Marie M. Clay has been acknowledged as a world leader in research on literacy learning.

Author: Marie M. Clay

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ISBN: 1407160001

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Part of the highly successful early intervention programme Reading Recovery for children experiencing reading and writing difficulties. Literacy Lessons: Designed for Individuals, in two parts, provides administrators and specially-trained teachers with guidance for managing Reading Recovery. It answers the questions of Why?, When? and How? individual literacy lessons for young children at risk can be highly successful. Part Two is an essential resource to aid teaching of the Reading Recovery programme and is the perfect training manual for practising teachers.
2015-01-01 By Marie M. Clay

Supporting the Every Child a Reader initiative

Author: Marie M. Clay

Publisher: Heinemann Primary

ISBN: 0435072625

Category: Language arts (Early childhood)

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Supporting the Every Child a Reader initiative
2007-07-31 By Marie M. Clay

This is a book about many different preschool children who discovered some of the secrets of printed language and began writing their own stories before they went to school.

Author: Marie M. Clay

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: UOM:49015001446823

Category: Education

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This is a book about many different preschool children who discovered some of the secrets of printed language and began writing their own stories before they went to school.
1987 By Marie M. Clay

Copymasters for An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement, Third Edition, and Literacy Lessons Designed for Individuals, Second Edition, contains blackline masters of all the official recording forms and summary sheets from the ...

Author: Marie Clay

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

ISBN: 032509277X

Category: Education

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Copymasters for An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement, Third Edition, and Literacy Lessons Designed for Individuals, Second Edition, contains blackline masters of all the official recording forms and summary sheets from the books. All the forms are fully updated to reflect the fully revised and expanded content from An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement, Third Edition and Literacy Lessons Designed for Individuals, Second Edition, are easily reproducible for immediate use.
2017-01-13 By Marie Clay