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The improvement of reading in secondary schools.

Los Angeles City School District.

The improvement of reading in secondary schools.

by Los Angeles City School District.

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Published in [Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reading.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementOffice of the superintendent, Los Angeles city schools, 1940 ...
    SeriesIts School publication, no. 358
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1632 .L58
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 53 p.
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL248220M
    LC Control Numbere 43000174
    OCLC/WorldCa9824972

      Your child can benefit by reading along in a book while listening to the same book on tape. The cognitive action of seeing and hearing words and phrases together reinforces sight word recognition, improves the practical use of punctuation, and builds familiarity with hard to pronounce words. secondary school to help students with book- thinking and reading will include these pro gram adjustments: 1. Training in bookthinking for all teachers. Each must understand that book- thinking is a developmental process across the years of schooling and it is the first and most important skill that a student needs to.

      A triangular-shaped pencil or pen makes handwriting comfortable and can greatly improve handwriting in secondary school pupils. Use a triangular shaped pencil or pen. The ergonomic shape fits comfortably in the hand and helps in fluency and control. Pentel gel pens are ergonomically designed with a triangular finger grip. Book Swap or Drive. To promote reading for fun during spare time, organize a book swap just before winter break or before school lets out for summer. Have kids bring in gently used books to swap for others. As an alternative, you can support literacy by organizing a book drive for another school or for children you know are short on books.

      Sources and further reading. Brown, Peter C., Henry L. Roediger, and Mark A. McDaniel. Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Deans for Impact. The Science of Learning.. Education Endowment -cognition and Self-regulation. Here are 7 reading strategies to get you started including tips for both primary and secondary teachers. 1. Predicting what’s to come. Even before students start reading, we can use extra information on the page to get them thinking about the ideas and vocabulary they will find in the text.


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