reading knowledge

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reading knowledge

n to have a reading knowledge of Russianessere capace di leggere il russo
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The same is true with reading--focusing on genre can provide important clues about how to read a text, clues that become part of that student's repertoire of reading knowledge.
Nevertheless, perhaps my reading knowledge of war was
Both of Lincoln School's libraries were amazing places but it was in the Lower School where we first heard about the Battle of the Books, an annual competition between Providence schools where pupils have to demonstrate their reading knowledge.
Reading Recovery (RR) is a program that schools can initiate into their district to improve students with disabilities reading knowledge and skills.
An English translation would be welcomed not only by critics but by many enthusiastic readers of Rowling's epic series, and people with even a fair reading knowledge of German will not find it difficult.
Those statements were (1) redesigning my school in order to increase my school's effectiveness, (2) providing core reading knowledge to novice teachers who did not get this training in college, (3) preparing for sudden increases in my student population as my school's effectiveness increases, (4) raising the achievement levels of minority students, (5) raising the achievement levels of students living in poverty, and (6) raising the achievement levels of new English learners (ESL).
I thought the new book club would be a great opportunity for them to get together and share their reading knowledge, all from the comfort of the development's communal lounge - and the residents agreed.
Using case study and cross-case analysis, three interrelated themes emerged that differentiated participating teachers' ability to effectively integrate the PD content into their classroom instruction: (a) content reading knowledge and pedagogical skills, (b) motivation to participate in the PD and to change instructional practice, and (c) individual teachers' willingness to enhance or modify the curriculum used in the classroom.
Melanie's practicum was an environment rich in opportunities to enact beginning reading knowledge and receive content-specific feedback.
Both short stories, however, have yet to be translated into English, leaving those without a reading knowledge of Japanese potentially disappointed.
With her limited base of reading knowledge, Leticia was initially in the acclimation stage.
Hal always enjoyed learning and had a reading knowledge of several languages.