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- Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 2007; US$ 55.00
Reading Comprehension Strategies: Theory, Interventions, and Technologies presents a readable account of the current state of comprehension research. The authors represent some of the most productive researchers in the field, each discussing two critical concerns that are traditionally considered separately: (1) They outline their specific investigations... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2007; US$ 20.00
Designed to help you cope with academic demands, this book shows you, among other things, how to create a time-use strategy and put it into practice; plan your weekly routine; prioritize tasks, and manage two or more tasks at once; use your time productively; overcome blocks to getting started on tasks; and, make sure you meet deadlines. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 41.95
Do you have a weak subject you just have to pass? Ideal for students of any subject, this highly accessible and practical study guide gives you quick and easy strategies to help you make decisive progress in the subjects you find difficult or uninteresting, leaving you free to concentrate on the subjects you love. Richard Palmer draws on his extensive... more...
- RAND Corporation 2010; US$ 9.95
Studies suggest that the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001's goal of 100 percent of U.S. students proficient in reading and mathematics by 2014 will not be met. The authors recommend more-uniform state academic standards and teacher requirements and broader measures of student learning, including more subjects and tests of higher-thinking and problem-solving... more...
- Stenhouse Publishers 2009; US$ 16.99
When teaching reading, American classrooms often focus exclusively on skills instruction. But how can you teach the ?how? without the ?why??; In his new book, Igniting a Passion for Reading, Steve Layne shows teachers how to develop readers who are not only motivated to read great books, but also love reading in its own right. Packed with practical... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 125.95
Bringing together a wide range of research on reading disabilities, this comprehensive Handbook extends current discussion and thinking beyond a narrowly defined psychometric perspective. Emphasizing that learning to read proficiently is a long-term developmental process involving many interventions of various kinds, all keyed to individual developmental... more...
- Presses de l''niversite du Quebec 2004; US$ 26.25
Qu'il s'agisse de mousser les ventes d'un produit ou de présenter les avantages d'un service, la mise en place d'un plan de communication n'est pas une sinécure. Mais qu'en est-il de la mise sur pied de campagnes de communication visant l'adoption de gestes à portée sociale comme la prévention... more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 29.95
THE AUTHORS EDWARD B. FRY, Ph.D., is professor emeritus of education at Rutgers University. He is the author of The Vocabulary Teacher's Book of Lists from Jossey-Bass. JACQUELINE E. KRESS, Ed.D., is dean of education at New York Institute of Technology. She is the author of The ESL Teacher's Book of Lists from Jossey-Bass more...
- Stenhouse Publishers 2004; US$ 19.99
?Do I really have to teach reading?? This is the question many teachers of adolescents are asking, wondering how they can possibly add a new element to an already overloaded curriculum. And most are finding that the answer is ?yes.? If they want their students to learn complex new concepts in different disciplines, they often have to help their students... more...