Unraveling the Seven Myths of Reading

Unraveling the Seven Myths of Reading

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This book examines seven incorrect beliefs about reading. These beliefs are minimized through intervention models, theories, case studies, and assessments. This book is based on research and theory published during the last 40 years. It is also based on the author's professional assessments, instructional interventions, recommendations for over 4, 000 readers, and analysis and interventions from over 3, 000 practicing teachers. Teachers can use this book in courses, seminars, workshops and individual practice. For anyone one who teaches elementary reading methods.A Study of What First Graders Tell Us about Phonograms Wylie, R. E., and Durrell , D. D. (1970). The Reading ... Long-vowel phonograms with aquot;silent eaquot; (ame, ope, ide) are just as easy to learn to recognize as long-vowel phonograms with vowel digraphs (ail, eat, oat). 4. ... Phonograms that generate five or more words are almost as easy to learn as phonograms that generate ten or more words. Much of this ... Reading as Communication, 5th Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall .

Title:Unraveling the Seven Myths of Reading
Author: Frank B. May
Publisher:Allyn & Bacon - 2001

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