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Building The Reading Brain Prek 3

Author : Pamela Nevills
ISBN : 1412963265
Genre : Education
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The authors translate brain theory and research into developmentally appropriate practices that foster literacy skills from birth to age eight and prepare students for reading success.

Facilitator S Guide To Building The Reading Brain Prek 3

Author : Patricia Wolfe
ISBN : 1412942284
Genre : Education
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Designed around the bestseller, this chapter-by-chapter guide provides trainers with a staff development curriculum centered on young learners' acquisition of language preparation for reading, writing, and spelling.

Wiring The Brain For Reading

Author : Marilee B. Sprenger
ISBN : 9781118234143
Genre : Education
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Using the latest neuroscience research to enhance literacy instruction Wiring the Brain for Reading introduces teachers to aspects of the brain's functions that are essential to language and reading development. Marilee Sprenger, a specialist in learning and the brain, provides practical, brain friendly, strategies for teaching essential skills like phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. The author's innovative approach aligns well with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and is designed to enhance students' motivation and excitement in reading. Offers a clear explanation of brain functioning in order to enhance language and reading instruction Incorporates proven literacy strategies, games, and activities as well as classroom examples Aligns with Common Core State Standards for learning to read, developing fluency, and interpreting complex texts Wiring the Brain for Reading offers practical strategies for applying the latest research in neuroscience and learning to the classroom.

Read Rhyme And Romp Early Literacy Skills And Activities For Librarians Teachers And Parents

Author : Heather McNeil
ISBN : 9781598849578
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Designed to promote literacy in young children and to empower parents, educators, and librarians, this guide is filled with simple strategies, creative activities, and detailed instructions that help make reading fun. • Recommended book lists for promoting reading • An overview of basic strategies and components of an early literacy program • Helpful outline of pre-literacy skills required for reading success • Detailed instructions for early literacy activities

Brain Matters

Author : Pat Wolfe
ISBN : 9781416610670
Genre : Education
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Everyone agrees that what we do in schools should be based on what we know about how the brain learns. Until recently, however, we have had few clues to unlock the secrets of the brain. Now, research from the neurosciences has greatly improved our understanding of the learning process, and we have a much more solid foundation on which to base educational decisions. In this completely revised and updated second edition, Patricia Wolfe clarifies how we can effectively match teaching practice with brain functioning. Encompassing the most recent and relevant research and knowledge, this edition also includes three entirely new chapters that examine brain development from birth through adolescence and identify the impact of exercise, sleep, nutrition, and technology on the brain. Brain Matters begins with a "mini-textbook" on brain anatomy and physiology, bringing the biology of the brain into context with teaching and learning. Wolfe describes how the brain encodes, manipulates, and stores information, and she proposes implications that recent research has for practice--why meaning is essential for attention, how emotion can enhance or impede learning, and how different types of rehearsal are necessary for different types of learning. Finally, Wolfe introduces and examines practical classroom applications and brain-compatible teaching strategies that take advantage of simulations, projects, problem-based learning, graphic organizers, music, active engagement, and mnemonics. These strategies are accompanied by actual classroom scenarios--spanning the content areas and grade levels from lower elementary to high school--that help teachers connect theory with practice.

Literacy Processes

Author : Kelly B. Cartwright
ISBN : 9781593856540
Genre : Education
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Examines cognitive flexibility, describing how it develops, its role in literacy processes, and how it improves literacy instruction and teacher education.

Integrating Environmental Print Across The Curriculum Prek 3

Author : Lynn Kirkland
ISBN : 9781412937580
Genre : Education
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This hands-on guidebook highlights the research that supports environmental print (EP) instruction in Grades PreK–3 and provides a wealth of activities for jump-starting the literacy process.

Brain Quest Pre K Workbook With Stickers

Author : Liane Onish
ISBN : 0761149619
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"A whole year of curriculum-based exercises and activities in one fun book!"--Cover.

Firstschool

Author : Sharon Ritchie
ISBN : 9780807754818
Genre : Education
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FirstSchool is a groundbreaking framework for teaching minority and low-income children. Changing the conversation from improving test scores to improving school experiences, the text features lessons learned from eight elementary schools whose leadership and staff implemented sustainable changes. The authors detail how to use education research and data to provide a rationale for change; how to promote professional learning that is genuinely collaborative and respectful; and how to employ developmentally appropriate teaching strategies that focus on the needs of minority and low-income children.

Music With The Brain In Mind

Author : Eric Jensen
ISBN : 1890460060
Genre : Education
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Formerly a publication of The Brain Store This timely resource covers the latest brain and music research and provides practical strategies for incorporating the musical arts to support learning at all levels.

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