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Overview

14 Cognitive Elements of Reading

Reading Assessment Techniques

Research Evidence

Using the Framework

Acknowledgements

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Reading Instructional Resources Database - Literary References (Search Results)

The essential cognitive elements of the reading process have been outlined in the cognitive framework of reading. To assist educators in organizing their practice around the cognitive framework, we've created a way to easily search for instructional activities and literary references that specifically address skills and knowledge outlined by the cognitive framework of reading. To find out more about the Literary References section of the Instructional Resources Database, we have provided an overview of the database.

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Starting Out Right
Author: National Research Council
Published: 1998       ISBN: 0309064104
Cost: $14.95
Supports these Cognitive Elements of Reading:
Reading Comprehension, Language Comprehension, Decoding, Reading Regular Words, Phoneme / Phonological Awareness, Knowledge of Alphabetic Principle, Letter Knowledge, Concepts About Print, Linguistic Knowledge, Background Knowledge, Vocabulary, Syntax

Description:
This book is based on a major report of the National Research Council, entitled Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children. This books is written particularly for parents, and preschool caregivers. it is also for all educators who can influence t

Notes:
Includes 55 activities to do with your children, a list of 100 recommended childrenÕs books, list of internet resources, guide to computer software and CD-ROMs. This report is also available online at the NAP web site.

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