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Speech to Print: Language Essentials for Teachers epub

by Louisa Cook Moats


Speech to Print: Language Essentials for Teachers epub

ISBN: 1557663874

ISBN13: 978-1557663870

Author: Louisa Cook Moats

Category: Education and Teaching

Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Language: English

Publisher: Brookes Pub; 1 edition (July 1, 2000)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB book: 1319 kb

FB2 book: 1388 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 328

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Louisa Cook Moats, E. As a teacher I use this book quite regularly to enhance my instructional techniques.

Louisa Cook Moats, E. has published many book chapters, journal articles, and policy papers on reading instruction. This text is not one to be read and put in a shelf, it is one that good teachers can refer back to as they encounter difficulties or wish to enhance areas of their teaching.

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Recommend book to someone who wants/needs the academics. The book is more of textbook orientation. I was looking for a book of lessons and exercises to use with students. This book addresses the academics, but I would still need to write and make all of my own materials to use in class with students. For me, it will not be useful, except to re-sell. I bought it on recommendation from a colleague.

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One of the most popular and influential reading textbooks of the past 10 years gets a comprehensive update in this highly anticipated second edition, straight from renowned NCTQ-recommended expert Louisa Moats. Updated meticulously with the very latest research, the new edition of this bestselling text helps elementary educators grasp the structure of written and spoken English, understand how children learn to read, and apply this foundational knowledge as they deliver explicit, high-quality literacy instruction.

With extensive updates and enhancements to every chapter, the new edition of Speech to Print fully prepares today's literacy educators to teach students with or without disabilities. Teachers will get

in-depth explanation of how the book aligns with the findings of current scientific research on reading, language, and spellingexpanded information on the critical elements of language, including orthography, morphology, phonetics, phonology, semantics, and syntaxnew and improved exercises teachers can use to test and reinforce their own knowledge of language contentteaching activities that help teachers connect what they learn in their coursework with what they'll be doing in the classroomnew chapter objectives that make it easier to plan courses and review key conceptsmore samples of student writing to help teachers correctly interpret children's mistakesexpanded sample lesson plans that incorporate the language concepts in the booka cleaner, easier-to-navigate layout

A core textbook for every preservice course on reading instruction, this accessible text is also perfect for use in inservice professional development sessions. Educators will have the knowledge they need to recognize, understand, and resolve their students' reading and writing challengesand improve literacy outcomes for their entire class.

This book might be good for people who have trained in linguistics but it was used in a college "phonics" course and I, who was a teacher and studied and practiced phonics was not familiar with the linguistics, or the technical language. Also, in this day of youtube, the descriptions of how particular sounds should be made, written in the text, were practically incomprehensible and should be supported by videos with audio, not a ridiculously clinical description of the way the tongue, teeth, breath, etc. are implemented in the making of certain sounds. Maybe a linguist would find it useful, but it was not useful to me, and I had to search youtube to find my own video/audio examples to comprehend the author's descriptions. Very pedantic writing style, nothing inspiring about it at all.
I have used this book as a required text in my training as an Educational Therapist. I have found it a fascinating book, with a wealth of information. This book gives the educator, especially a teacher of struggling readers or a curriculum developer who desires to create a logical, developmentally-based language curriculum, many tools for identifying patterns in English and making sense of the English language which has been falsely branded as "random."

I have only one complaint about this book. It is subtitled "Language Essentials for Teachers," and yet the author uses the phonetic symbols of linguists rather than those commonly used in language texts, reading or phonics curricula, or the dictionary. This could be amended by a simple chart in the back of the book, or by the author using more commonly-recognized symbols. But the absence of such makes the book much less useful. Someone not trained in linguistics will not recognize the symbols used, and therefore not know what speech sounds are being represented.
This book is AMAZING for any educator interested in learning the things all preservice teachers should be being taught. As a teacher I use this book quite regularly to enhance my instructional techniques. This text is not one to be read and put in a shelf, it is one that good teachers can refer back to as they encounter difficulties or wish to enhance areas of their teaching.
Very resourceful for all staff working with students at any level.
This book is a great resource for understanding how the English language works. I would recommend this book to anyone who is trying to learn more about English and the reading process. It is not a book that you would just pick up and read for fun, but if you are interested in learning about the English language as it relates to reading I would recommend this book.
The book "Speech to Print" was an excellent review of phonology for me and gave me a better understanding of orthography. The chapter on morphology shed light on the struggles that my daughter is experiencing and will surely help me become a better therapist as well. Exercises throughout and at the end of chapters allowed for practice and checked for mastery, which is not only important for students but essential for those of us teaching the material as well.
Great book for learning everything about literacy and dyslexia. This was a required book for my class but it was a perfect text for the class. If you want to know everything about literacy and how to teach it, this book is for you. It should be a requirement for getting a bachelors degree in education.
Reasonably priced