"This book is an attempt to reconsider and reexamine reading joy, reading achievement, and affective processes. It is intended to help educators understand and implement the practices I discovered that mentor students through a process of becoming engaged in their reading development." - I Hate Reading
In this module from Teaching Reading, you'll examine reading development through word recognition and language comprehension, discuss the role of constrained and unconstrained reading skills in reading development, and review the role of metacognition in reading development.
This introduction explains the root of this book and why it was written. This excerpt also provides an overview of the content and key points to explore in the book.
Use this activity to address social issues while teaching. This excerpt includes an example statement and set of questions to foster thoughtful discussion.