Teaching Reading

Metzger, Margaret
November 1998
Phi Delta Kappan;Nov98, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p240
Gives the author's technique for teaching high school students to read well. Her ability to give her students the skills to comprehend any difficult piece of text; Why good reading has little to do with speed or material; Modification of the pedagogy known as the Socratic Seminar; Goal for students to learn reading strategies for understanding difficult texts; Teacher's role.


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