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    AUTHOR Strickland, Dorothy S., Ed.; Morrow, Lesley Mandel, Ed.TITLE Beginning Reading and Writing. Language and Literacy Series.INSTITUTION International Reading Association, Newark, DE.ISBN ISBN-0-8077-3976-6PUB DATE 2000-00-00NOTE 215p.; Foreword by Alan Farstrup.AVAILABLE FROM Order Department, International Reading Association, 800

    Barksdale Road, P.O. Box 8139, Newark, DE 19714-8139($24.95). Web site: http://www.reading.org.

    PUB TYPE Collected Works General (020) Guides ClassroomTeacher (052)

    EDRS PRICE MF01/PC09 Plus Postage.DESCRIPTORS *Beginning Reading; *Beginning Writing; Childrens Writing;

    *Classroom Techniques; Early Childhood Education; *EmergentLiteracy; Instructional Effectiveness; Phonics; ReadingComprehension; *Reading Instruction; *Writing Instruction

    IDENTIFIERS Teaching Perspectives

    ABSTRACTIn this essay collection, scholars in the area of early

    literacy provide concrete strategies for achieving excellence in literacy.instrucion. The collection presents current, research-based information onthe advances and refinements in the area of emerging literacy.and the earlystages of formal instruction in reading and writing. Following a foreword(Alan Farstrup) and an introduction (Dorothy S. Strickland and Lesley MandelMorrow), chapters in the collection are: (1) "Beginning Reading and Writing:Perspectives on Instruction" (William H. Teale and Junko Yokota); (2)"Becoming a Reader: A Developmentally Appropriate Approach" (Susan B. Neumanand Sue Bredekamp); (3) "Literacy Instruction for Young Children of DiverseBackgrounds" (Kathryn H. Au); (4) "Enhancing Literacy Growth throughHome-School Connections" (Diana H. Tracey); (5) "Children's Pretend Play andLiteracy" (Anthony D. Pellegrini and Lee Galda); (6) "Talking Their Way intoPrint: English Language Learners in a Prekindergarten Classroom" (CeliaGenishi, Donna Yung-Chan, and Susan Stires); (7) "Organizing and Managing aLanguage Arts Block" (Lesley Mandel Morrow); (8) "Classroom InterventionStrategies: Supporting the Literacy Development of Young Learners at Risk".(Dorothy S. Strickland); (9) "Teaching Young Children to Be Writers" (KarenBromley); (10) "Phonics Instruction" (Margaret Moustafa); (11) "Reading Aloudfrom Culturally Diverse Literature" (Lee Galda and Bernice E. Cullinan); (12)"Fostering Reading Comprehension" (Linda B. Gambrell and Ann Dromsky); (13)"Assessing Reading and Writing in the Early Years" (Bill Harp and Jo AnnBrewer); (14) "Sign of the Times: Technology and Early Literacy Learning"(Shelley B. Wepner and Lucinda C. Ray); and (15) "Still Standing: TimelessStrategies for Teaching the Language Arts" (Diane Lapp, James Flood, andNancy Roser). (NKA)

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  • LANGUAGE AND LITERACY SERIES

    Dorothy S. Strickland and Celia Genishi, SERIES EDITORSADVISORY BOARD: RICHARD ALLINGTON, DONNA ALVERMANN, KATHRYN Au, EDWARD CHITTENDON, BERNICE CULLINAN, COLETTE DAIUTE,

    ANNE HAAS DYSON, CAROLE EDELSKY, JANET EMIG, SHIRLEY BRICE HEATH, CONNIE DUEL, SUSAN LYTLE

    Beginning Reading and WritingDOROTHY S. STRICKLAND andLESLEY MANDEL MORROW, Editors

    What Counts as Literacy: Challenging the School StandardMARGARET GALLEGO and SANDRA HOLLINGSWORTH, Editors

    Critical Encounters in High School English:Teaching Literary Theory to Adolescents

    DEBORAH APPLEMAN

    Reading for Meaning:Fostering Comprehension in the Middle Grades

    BARBARA M. TAYLOR, MICHAEL F GRAVES,PAUL van den BROEK, Editors

    Writing in the Real World:Making the Transition from School to Work

    ANNE BEAUFORT

    Young Adult Literature and the New Literary Theories:Developing Critical Readers in Middle School

    ANNA 0. SOTER

    Literacy Matters: Writing and Reading the Social SelfROBERT P. YAGELSKI

    Building Family Literacy in an Urban CommunityRUTH D. HANDEL

    Children's Inquiry:Using Language to Make Sense of the World

    JUDITH WELLS LINDFORS

    Engaged Reading:Processes, Practices, and Policy Implications

    JOHN T. GUTHRIE and DONNA E. ALVERMANN, Editors

    Learning to Read: Beyond Phonics and Whole LanguageG. BRIAN THOMPSON and TOM NICHOLSON, Editors

    So Much to Say: Adolescents, Bilingualism, and ESL in theSecondary School

    CHRISTIAN J. FALTIS and PAULA WOLFE, Editors

    Close to Home: Oral and Literate Practices in aTransnational Mexicano Community

    JUAN C. GUERRA

    Authorizing Readers: Resistance and Respect in theTeaching of Literature

    PETER J. RABINOWITZ and MICHAEL W. SMITH

    On the Brink:Negotiating Literature and Life with Adolescents

    SUSAN HYNDS

    Life at the Margins:Literacy, Language, and Technology in Everyday Life

    JULIET MERRIFIELD, MARY BETH BINGMAN,DAVID HEMPHILL, and KATHLEEN P. BENNETT DeMARRAIS

    One Child, Many Worlds:Early Learning in Multicultural Communities

    EVE GREGORY, Editor

    Literacy for Life: Adult Learners, New PracticesHANNA ARLENE FINGERET and CASSANDRA DRENNON

    Children's Literature and the Politics of EqualityPAT PINSENT

    The Book Club Connection:Literacy Learning and Classroom Talk

    SUSAN I. MCMAHON and TAFFY E. RAPHAEL, Editors,with VIRGINIA J. GOATLEY and LAURA S. PARDO

    Until We Are Strong Together:Women Writers in the Tenderloin

    CAROLINE E. HELLER

    Restructuring Schools for Linguistic Diversity:Linking Decision Making to Effective Programs

    OFELIA B. MIRAMONTES, ADEL NADEAU,and NANCY L. COMMINS

    Writing Superheroes: Contemporary Childhood, PopularCulture, and Classroom Literacy

    ANNE HAAS DYSON

    Opening Dialogue: Understanding the Dynamics ofLanguage andLearning in the English Classroom

    MARTIN NYSTRAND with ADAM GAMORAN, ROBERT KACHUR,and CATHERINE PRENDERGAST

    Reading Across Cultures:Teaching Literature in a Diverse Society

    THERESA ROGERS and ANNA 0. SOTER, Editors

    "You Gotta Be the Book": Teaching Engaged and ReflectiveReading with Adolescents

    JEFFREY D. WILHELM

    Just Girls: Hidden Literacies and Life in Junior HighMARGARET J. FINDERS

    The First R: Every Child's Right to ReadMICHAEL F. GRAVES, PAUL van den BROEK, andBARBARA M. TAYLOR, Editors

    Exploring Blue Highways: Literacy Reform, School Change,and the Creation of Learning Communities

    JOBETH ALLEN, MARILYNN CARY, andLISA DELGADO, Coordinators

    Envisioning Literature: Literary Understanding andLiterature Instruction

    JUDITH A. LANGER

    Teaching Writing as Reflective PracticeGEORGE HILLOCKS, JR.

    Talking Their Way into Science: Hearing Children'sQuestions and Theories, Responding with Curricula

    KAREN GALLAS

    Whole Language Across the Curriculum: Grades 1, 2, 3SHIRLEY C. RAINES, Editor

    The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs,Second Edition

    SHELLEY B. WEPNER, JOAN T. FEELEY, andDOROTHY S. STRICKLAND, Editors

    No Quick Fix: Rethinking Literacy Programs in America'sElementary Schools

    RICHARD L. ALLINGTON and SEAN A. WALMSLEY, Editors

    Unequal Opportunity: Learning to Read in the U.S.A.JILL SUNDAY BARTOLI

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  • LANGUAGE AND LITERACY SERIES, continued

    Nonfiction for the Classroom: Milton Meltzer on Writing,History, and Social Responsibility

    Edited and with an Introduction by E. WENDY SAUL

    When Children Write:Critical Re-Visions of the Writing Workshop

    TIMOTHY LENSMIRE

    Dramatizing Literature in Whole Language Classrooms,Second Edition

    JOHN WARREN STEWIG and CAROL BUEGE

    The Languages of Learning: How Children Talk, Write,Dance, Draw, and Sing Their Understanding of the World

    KAREN GALLAS

    Partners in Learning:Teachers and Children in Reading Recovery

    CAROL A. LYONS, GAY SU PINNELL, and DIANE E. DEFORD

    Social Worlds of Children Learning to Write in an UrbanPrimary School

    ANNE HAAS DYSON

    The Politics of Workplace Literacy: A Case StudySHERYL GREENWOOD GOWEN

    Inside/Outside: Teacher Research and KnowledgeMARILYN COCHRAN-SMITH and SUSAN L. LYTLE

    Literacy Events in a Community of Young WritersYETTA M. GOODMAN and SANDRA WILDE, Editors

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    Whole Language Plus: Essays on Literacy in the UnitedStates and New Zealand

    COURTNEY B. CAZDEN

    Process Reading and Writing: A Literature-Based ApproachJOAN T. FEELEY, DOROTHY S. STRICKLAND,and SHELLEY B. WEPNER, Editors

    The Child as Critic: Teaching Literature in Elementary andMiddle Schools, Third Edition

    GLENNA DAVIS SLOAN

    The Triumph of Literature/The Fate of Literacy:English in the Secondary School Curriculum

    JOHN WILLINSKY

    The Child's Developing Sense of Theme:Responses to Literature

    SUSAN S. LEHR

    Literacy for a Diverse Society:Perspectives, Practices, and Policies

    ELFRIEDA H. HIEBERT, Editor

    The Complete Theory-to-Practice Handbook of AdultLiteracy: Curriculum Design and Teaching Approaches

    RENA

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