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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Teaching Kids to Spell
|Author: J. Richard Gentry and Jean Wallace Gillet
Published: 1993 ISBN: 0435087606
|Supports these Cognitive Elements of Reading:
Reading Regular Words, Reading Irregular Words, Letter Knowledge, Spelling
This book suggests a structured and logical approach to spelling instruction, but more, this book contains information about general reading and writing issues, and offers suggestions for classroom activities that teachers can try.
In the back of the book is an index of words with common roots, a description of affixes and what they mean, and a large list of words sorted by sounds and letters.
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