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by Geraldine E. Rodgers

Category: Schools and Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching and Education
Author: Geraldine E. Rodgers
ISBN: 1588209725
ISBN13: 978-1588209726
Language: English
Publisher: 1st Book Library (May 1, 2001)
Pages: 608
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This is the first of a massive three volume history of Beginning Reading Instruction in America. It corrects a number of mistakes that even phonics advocate make concerning the history of reading in America. To study the history of beginning reading and miss this book is like missing St. Peter's on a visit to Rome. This is a standard work, deserving The Place of Pride in every educational library.

Th e book actually started with articles I published in magazines and news papers. I have tried to include a broad selection of topics which I hope you will enjoy and, in some cases, take to heart. side of you. I promise at least some will bring a knowing smile to your face, while others will bring forth feelings of empathy. The History of Beginning Reading: From Teaching by Sound to Teaching by Meaning. By Geraldine E. Rodgers. Shop for Books on Google Play.

by Geraldine E. The fact that children were taught to separate Greek texts into syllables as late as the seventh century A. is shown by the surviving fragment of the Greek Psalter from the seventh century A. cited by Andrew Tuer, which was mentioned previously. Children in the ancient world had been taught by simple rules how to divide written texts into syllables, to make them pronounceable. Written texts were run together in the ancient world, with no division between either words or syllables.

Well so have I. It's a Buddy's World is based on real life events, both personal and the tales of others. Th e book actually started with articles I published in magazines and news papers. I have tried to include a broad selection of topics which I hope you will enjoy and, in some cases, take to heart

The true history is discussed at length in my (still totally ignored) 2001 three-volume The History of Beginning Reading, from Teaching by Sound to Teaching by Meaning.

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The History of Beginning Reading: From Teaching by Sound to Teaching by Meaning. No college library should be without this in-depth study. 2007) This is a book of essays from 1981 to 1983.

The Reading Teacher is one of three journals published on behalf of the International Literacy Association.

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salivan
This is the first of a massive three volume history of Beginning Reading Instruction in America. It corrects a number of mistakes that even phonics advocate make concerning the history of reading in America. The look-and-say method, here called the "meaning" method, has been with us a lot longer than most people think, beginning around 1826. The Reading

Wars have thus been with us a long time, and only got worse when early American Psychologists got into the act with the Dick and Jane method that handicapped millions of ususpecting Americans, and was made even worse when modern self-styled Whole-Language Psycholinguists perpetuated their predecessors' errors.

I personally witnessed the unfortuante incursion of the "meaning" method, under the guise of the whole-language philosopohy/psychology, during my career in public education. Unheaded history repeates itself.

Miss Rodgers' research is both massive and meticulous. Modern researachers should hesitate to make any pronouncements on the history of reading in America before consulting her history.

Be sure and read her other books: Why Jacques, Johann and Jan CAN Read The Case for the Prosecution, in the Trial of Silent Reading Comprehension Tests, Charged with the Destruction of America's Schools The Hidden Story: How America's Present-Day Reading Disabilities Grew Out of the Underhanded Meddling of America's First Experimental Ps

Don Potter
Spanish Teacher and Reading Specalist
Odessa, TX
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Years of painstaking and meticulous research went into Geraldine Rodgers' accurate and insightful History of Beginning Reading. To study the history of beginning reading and miss this book is like missing St. Peter's on a visit to Rome. This is a standard work, deserving The Place of Pride in every educational library.
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