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Teaching Developmental Reading
Second EditionSonya Armstrong; Norman A. Stahl; Hunter Boylan©2014
The second edition of Teaching Developmental Reading offers readings ranging from the historical foundations of the field to the latest scholarship in developmental reading. Arranged thematically, each section features an introduction contextualizing the readings, as well as headnotes for every article. The articles provide different perspectives on topics of special interest to developmental reading instructors, and the collection offers a mix of historical, theoretical, and practical works. The editors also provide a list of additional professional resources, including a list of journals that cover college developmental reading scholarship, as well as descriptions of professional organizations that support those interested in college reading and learning instruction.
Table of Contents
PrefaceIntroduction Chapter 1: Heroes and Heroines
Martha E. Casazza and Laura Bauer: Oral History of Postsecondary Access: Martha Maxwell, a Pioneer Norman A. Stahl: Strategic Reading and Learning, Theory to Practice: An Interview with Michele Simpson and Sherrie Nist Gene Kerstiens: Studying in College, Then and Now: An Interview with Walter Pauk Norman A. Stahl: Selected References of Historical Importance to the Field of College Reading and LearningChapter 2: Cross-Level Conversations Frances O. Triggs: From Remedial Reading: The Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Difficulties at the College Level Patricia A. Alexander: The Path to Competence: A Lifespan Developmental Perspective on Reading Lisa Schade Eckert: Bridging the Pedagogical Gap: Intersections between Literary and Reading Theories in Secondary and Postsecondary Literacy Instruction Rona F. Flippo: Transcending the Divide: Where College and Secondary Reading and Study Research CoincideChapter 3: Student Population and Diversity William S. Gray: Reading Difficulties in College Joy Banks: African American College Students' Perceptions of Their High School Literacy Preparation Holly Hungerford-Kresser: Navigating Early College: Literacy Experiences and Identity Negotiations of Latina/o Students Ellen Urquhart Engstrom: Reading, Writing, and Assistive Technology: An Integrated Developmental Curriculum for College StudentsChapter 4: Structuring Postsecondary Reading James R. King, Norman A. Stahl, and William G. Brozo : Integrating Study Skills and Orientation Courses Sonya L. Armstrong and Mary Newman: Teaching Textual Conversations: Intertextuality in the College Reading Classroom David W. Moore, John E. Readence, and Robert J. Rickelman: An Historical Exploration of Content Area Reading Instruction Timothy Shanahan and Cynthia Shanahan: What Is Disciplinary Literacy and Why Does It Matter? Cynthia Hynd, Jodi Patrick Holschuh, and Betty P. Hubbard: Thinking Like a Historian: College Students' Reading of Multiple Historical Documents Josh W. Helms and Kimberly Turner Helms: Note Launchers: Promoting Active Reading of Mathematics TextbooksChapter 6: Instruction: From Vocabulary to Comprehension Steven A. Stahl: To Teach a Word Well: A Framework for Vocabulary Instruction Donna Willingham and Debra Price: Theory to Practice: Vocabulary Instruction in Community College Developmental Education Reading Classes: What the Research Tells Us Marty Frailey, Greta Buck-Rodriguez, and Patricia L. Anders: Literary Letters: Developmental Readers' Responses to Popular Fiction Dolores Perin: Facilitating Student Learning through Contextualization: A Review of Evidence Eric J. Paulson: Self-Selected Reading for Enjoyment as a College Developmental Reading Approach Chapter 7: Placement and Assessment Michele L. Simpson and Sherrie L. Nist: Toward Defining a Comprehensive Assessment Model for College Reading Edward H. Behrman and Chris Street: The Validity of Using a Content-Specific Reading Comprehension Test for College Placement Kouider Mokhtari and Carla A. Reichard: Assessing Students' Metacognitive Awareness of Reading StrategiesChapter 8: Professional Development, Training, and Credentialing William G. Brozo and Norman A. Stahl: Focusing on Standards: A Checklist for Rating Competencies of College Reading Specialists Patricia R. Eney and Evelyn Davidson: Improving Supervision of Part-Time InstructorsProfessional Resources About the ContributorsAbout the Editors
- Katie Hern: Acceleration across California: Shorter Pathways in Developmental English and Math
- Sugie Goen-Salter: Critiquing the Need to Eliminate Remediation: Lessons from San Francisco State
- Michael J. Weiss, Mary G. Visher, and Heather Wathington, with Jed Teres, and Emily Schneider: Learning Communities for Students in Developmental Reading: An Impact Study at Hillsborough Community College
- Elaine DeLott Baker, Laura Hope, and Kelley Karandjeff : Contextualized Teaching and Learning: A Faculty Primer
- Eric J. Paulson and Sonya L. Armstrong: