Revisiting Silent Reading

Revisiting Silent Reading

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Elfrieda H. Hiebert & D. Ray Reutzel

Hiebert, E.H., & Reutzel, D.R., (2014). Revisiting Silent Reading: New Directions for Teachers and Reseachers. (reprint of 2010 edition). Santa Cruz: TextProject, Inc.

SECTION 1 Silent Reading: Perspectives and Frameworks

Silent Reading Pedagogy: A Historical Perspective — P. David Pearson and Susie Goodin

Eye Movements Make Reading Possible — S. jay Samuels, Elfrieda H. Hiebert, and Timothy V Rasinski

Why So Much Oral Reading? — Richard L. Allington and Anne McGill-Franzen

Developmental Considerations in Transferring Oral Reading Skills to Silent Reading — Gary Wright, Ross Sherman, and Timothy B. jones

Can Silent Reading in the Summer Reduce Socioeconomic Differences in Reading Achievement? — Thomas G. White and James S. Kim

SECTION 2 Silent Reading: Instruction and Opportunity

Engaged Silent Reading — Emily A. Swan, Cassandra S. Coddington, and John T. Guthrie

Sustained Silent Reading: An Update of the Research — Maryann Manning, Marta Lewis, and Marsha Lewis

Scaffolded Silent Reading: Improving the Conditions of Silent Reading Practice in Classrooms — D. Ray Reutzel, Cindy D. Jones, and Terry H. Newman

Are Students Really Reading in Independent Reading Contexts? An Examination of Comprehension-Based Silent Reading Rate — Elfrieda H. Hiebert, Kathleen M. Wilson, and Guy Trainin

R5: A Sustained Silent Reading Makeover That Works — Michelle J. Kelley and Nicki Clausen-Grace

Sharing the Stage: Using Oral and Silent Wide Reading to Develop Proficient Reading in the Early Grades — Paula J. Schwanenflugel, Melanie R. Kuhn, and Gwynne Ellen Ash

The Impact of Professional Development on Students’ Opportunity to Read — Devon Brenner and Elfrieda H. Hiebert

SECTION 3 Silent Reading: Different Contexts, Different Readers

Silent Reading and Online Reading Comprehension — Jacquelynn A. Malloy, Jill M. Castek, and Donald J. Leu

Productive Sustained Reading in a Bilingual Class — Jo Worthy and Nancy Roser

Assessing English Learners’ Silent Reading Ability: Problems, Perils, and Promising Directions — Gary J. Ockey and D. Ray Reutzel

Independent Silent Reading for Struggling Readers: Pitfalls and Potential — Angela Hairrell, Meaghan Edmonds, Sharon Vaughn, and Deborah Simmons

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