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ERIC Number: ED103828
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 248
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The Tasks of Teaching Reading.
Kerber, James E.
This book is intended to help teachers of reading examine the actions that they need to perform during each day's reading lesson. These actions, referred to as teaching tasks, are a series of specific subskills that every teacher should possess and use to better enable children to learn how to read. The reading tasks include: "Building Your Own Substantive Background Knowledge,""Preparing Materials,""Using Resource Persons, Places, or Things,""Showing Evidence of Planning,""Introducing the Lesson,""Sticking to the Original Objectives,""Managing the Class,""Involving Readers Actively,""Soliciting Responses,""Accepting Elicited Responses,""Allowing for Students' Self-Correction,""Checking on Understandings,""Encouraging Individual Enrichment," and "Ending the Lesson." Appendixes include "Example Lesson Plan with All of the Tasks in the Lesson" and "Diagnostic Materials for Teaching Reading." (WR)
Charles A. Jones Publishing Company, Worthington, Ohio 43085 ($9.50 cloth)
Publication Type: Books
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