- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
Part ISizing Up Reading
Chapter 1What Do We Mean by “Reading” and “Reader”?
Chapter 2What Are You Reading?
Chapter 3Print Reading: A Gold Standard?
Part IIReading in Print Versus Onscreen
Chapter 4What Research Tells Us: Single Texts
Chapter 5What Research Tells Us: Multiple Texts
Chapter 6Strategies for Effective Reading Onscreen
Part IIIReading with Audio
Chapter 7What Research Tells Us About Audio (and Video)
Chapter 8Strategies for Effective Reading with Audio (and Video)
Part IVWhat’s Next?
Chapter 9Strategizing Reading in a Digital World
Chapter 10The Road Ahead
The New Great Debate in Reading
- (p.1) Introduction
- How We Read Now
Naomi S. Baron
- Oxford University Press
It was war.
Not what you would expect from normally mild-mannered educational researchers and teachers of young children. But that’s what it was called at the time: the reading wars. The bone of contention was whether it’s better to teach kids to read using a sound-based (“phonics”) approach or to focus on meaning (“whole language”). Jeanne ...
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