By Deborah C. Simmons, Edward J. Kameenui
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The procedures for locating references in the Psychological Literature computerized database for the years 1985 to 1993 included using the Psychological Literature Thesaurus to obtain key word descriptors. Three key words were used in conjunction with the descriptors “literature review”: reading achievement, which resulted in 16 references of which 9 were selected; reading disabilities, which yielded 46 references, of which 34 were selected; and reading ability, which generated 31 references, of which 8 were selected.
Text Organization: Instructional and Curricular Basics and Implications Shirley V. Dickson, Deborah C. Simmons, and Edward J. Kameenui 12. Metacognitive Strategies: Research Bases Shirley V. Dickson, Vicki L. Collins, Deborah C. Simmons, and Edward J. Kameenui 13. Metacognitive Strategies: Instructional and Curricular Basics and Implications Shirley V. Dickson, Vicki L. Collins, Deborah C. Simmons, and Edward J. Kameenui Author Index Subject Index CHAPTER 1 Introduction Deborah C. Simmons Edward J.
Rosenshine (1995) classified versions of scaffolds as “procedural prompts” that range from key words that help children generate questions as they read “who, what, when” to frameworks for concept maps. Scaffolds can be seen as temporary support to assist the learner during initial learning and have a history of empirical support (Vygotsky 1978). On new or difficult tasks, scaffolding may be substantial and then systematically and gradually removed as learners acquire knowledge and skills. , /p/ and /b/ in early letter-sound correspondence learning), the strategic sequencing of tasks that require learners to recognize then produce a response, or the additional information that selected and well-sequenced examples provide.
What Reading Research Tells Us About Children With Diverse Learning Needs: Bases and Basics by Deborah C. Simmons, Edward J. Kameenui