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Based on Rummelhart's and Pressley's research on active readers, this text explains the constructive process of reading and prescribes ways teachers can use diagnosis to make sound instructional decisions. In addition to explanations on this decision making process, the text also provides explicit procedures for more than seventy instructional techniques drawn from multiple perspectives and applicable for use with K-8 learners. The book is constructed in two parts: Part One explains the diagnostic process; Part Two delineates the instructional techniques. Each technique's presentation includes a description, step-by-step procedures, and detailed information on how and why to use it. The emphasis throughout is on encouraging teachers to continually reflect on their instructional practices and tailor their instruction to the strengths and needs of the children they teach.
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