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From Phonics to Fluency: Effective Teaching of Decoding and Reading Fluency in the Elementary School, 3rd edition

  • Timothy V. Rasinski
  • Nancy D. Padak

Published by Pearson (September 24th 2012) - Copyright © 2013

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From Phonics to Fluency: Effective Teaching of Decoding and Reading Fluency in the Elementary School (2-downloads)

ISBN-13: 9780132868846

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Table of contents

PREFACE  

FOREWORD  

 

CHAPTER 1. Word Study and Fluency  

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 2. Basic Concepts and Terminology  

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 3. Assessing Word Recognition and Reading Fluency  

Initial Assessment  

Measuring Continuous Progress and Making Initial Diagnoses  

Diagnostic Assessment  

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 4. Instructional Routines for Word Study and Fluency  

Planning a Word-Learning Curriculum  

Principles for Routines  

Types of Routines  

When Readers Struggle  

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 5. Using Authentic Texts to Learn New Words and Develop Fluency  

What Is Easy to Read?  

Types of Authentic Text  

Using Authentic Text  

Just Good Books 

Texts and Phonics 

Dictated Texts  

Texts and Reading Fluency  

In Conclusion  

References  

Children’s Literature Cited  

 

CHAPTER 6. Teaching Phonemic Awareness  

Assessing Phonemic Awareness  

Teaching and Nurturing Phonemic Awareness through Text Play and Writing  

Teaching and Nurturing Phonemic Awareness through More Focused Activities  

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 7. Onsets, Rimes, and Basic Phonic Patterns 

Beginning Letter-Sound (Onsets) Relationships  

Moving on to Patterns (Rimes) Beyond Initial Letters 

In Conclusion  

References  

 

CHAPTER 8. Teaching Advanced Word Patterns  

Teaching Affixes  

Teaching Derivational Patterns  

Be Creative with Word Study  

In Conclusion  

Appendix: Essential Words and Derivations for Upper Elementary and Middle Grades  

References  

 

CHAPTER 9. Word Walls  

What Is a Word Wall?  

Sources of Words &

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