Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction
- Bob Algozzine - University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
- Dorothy J. O'Shea - Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
- Festus E. Obiakor - Valdosta State University, USA
Literacy, K-12 | Teaching Diverse Students | Teaching Methods & Learning Styles
"Teaching reading is a very complex task. This book dispels the myths regarding culturally diverse learners and provides concrete strategies that any teacher can easily implement. It contains current research from the most reputable sources in the field of education and is a must-read for every teacher."
"This book is appropriate as a resource for educational practitioners and as a textbook book for preservice teachers. The book offers realistic advice that is grounded in detailed, comprehensive, and practical action for culturally responsive instruction."
"There is a sense of apprehension about working with culturally and linguistically diverse students. This book shows how to make a significant difference in helping all students achieve and reach their potential."
"A one-of-a-kind approach to the reading instruction of culturally diverse learners. Its no-nonsense and straightforward approach is user friendly and responsive to the needs of learners with reading disadvantages."
"This text addresses the literacy needs of learners who have been 'left behind.'"
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1: Teaching Children How to Read