Our Educational System Flipped Upside Down: Teaching Reading to Reduce the Negative Effects of School Closures during the Pandemic, and Beyond (Paperback)
Through specific, easy-to-understand directions, this book teaches any proficient reader how to teach the skills and strategies to any potential reader to maximize their learning capabilities. It combines the best parts of the guided reading, reading through trade books, and basal reader programs when initially using it with the "ABCs" learner's section.
Examples of how to use higher-order thinking skills for all developmental ages are included. The questions to Check for Understanding provide practice for inexperienced instructors in the controlled ABCs.
This book is all-inclusive from individuals who do not yet recognize print, through literal comprehension, and to those who are proficient readers who need to develop stronger abilities to evaluate text.
A major positive emphasis when interacting with individuals takes them from where they are as a learner and offers many opportunities to advance them to reach their highest potentials as communicators in reading and writing. Once mastered, this book becomes a handbook for teaching through any selected print from personal pleasure reading through school related materials. "Teaching Reading..." incorporates much information and many activities from math, science, and social studies also.