Every Child A Reader
Month-by-month Lessons to Teach Beginning ReadingBook - 2009
In her classroom, Coffin has found that integrating reading instruction and poetry maximizes every kindergartner's opportunity to succeed at decoding and comprehending text. The strong rhythms, the rhyming patterns, the repetition of words and phrases, the enticing sounds of language, and the small, fresh, meaningful stories engage her students. Because each line contains only a few words, children are able to be successful at voice-print matching more quickly. In addition, the brevity of poetry entices a beginning reader to reread again and again. She shares her classroom tested poetry lessons with you in Every Child a Reader. For use with Grades K-2.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, c2009
Branch Call Number: ECE J 372 .41 COF
Characteristics: 336 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm