Reading Comprehension Strategies

Author: Danielle S. McNamara
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1136679294
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narrative text, 201, 204 understanding, 50 Text-to-speech (TTS), 427–434 Theory
of expectancy, 179 automatic activation process, 179 conscious-attention
mechanism, 179 THINK, 267–288 Think-aloud protocols, 108, 110, 121–123,
127, 129, ... 430–434 translations, 428–430 V Verbal efficiency theory, 145–146
Verbal protocols, 121–123, 391–392 see also Think-Aloud Video technologies,
448 Visual Strategies, 300 visual vs. verbal strategies, 300 Visualizing/
Verbalizing, 300 W ...

Homeschooling The Challenging Child

Author: Christine M. Field
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780805430783
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The first book I studied was called Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language
Comprehension and Thinking, Some introductory material in the book expanded
on the idea of imagery, noting that language comprehension is more than
recognizing words or vocabulary. Rather, true language comprehension
embodies the concept of the German gestalt — a complex organized unit or
whole that is more than the sum of its parts. The author notes, "In the case of
language comprehension ...

Imagery And Text

Author: Mark Sadoski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136623299
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Bell, N. (1986). Visualizing and verbalizing for language comprehension and
thinking. Paso Robles, CA: Academy of Reading Publications. Bell, N. (2007).
Visualizing and verbalizing for language comprehension and thinking (2nd ed).
San Luis Obispo, CA: Gander Publishing. Bezemer, J., & Kress, G. (2008). Writing
in multimodal texts: A social semiotic account of designs for learning. Written
Communication, 25, 166–195. Binder,J. R., Westbury, C. F., McKiernan, K. A.,
Possing, E. T., ...

Raising Reading Achievement In Middle And High Schools

Author: Elaine K. McEwan
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412924359
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Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language Comprehension and Thinking This
program (Bell, 1986) is designed to meet the needs of students who can read
words accurately but cannot comprehend content. If words seemingly go in one
ear and out the other, the student is probably having difficulty creating an imaged
gestalt—a whole. This is the result of weak concept imagery. Visualizing and
Verbalizing stimulates concept imagery. Individuals learn to image gestalts to
improve their ...

Dyslexia

Author: Gavin Reid
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118980123
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Bell, N. (1991b) Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language Comprehension and
Thinking. Paso Robles, CA, Academy of Reading Publications. Bell, N. (1992)
Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language Comprehension and Thinking. Paso
Robles, CA, Academy of Reading Publications. Bell, S. and McLean, B. (2016)
Good practice in training specialist teachers and assessors of people with
dyslexia. In: L. Peer and G. Reid (eds), Special Education Needs: A Guide for
Inclusive Practice.

Rti The Classroom Connection For Literacy

Author: Karen A. Kemp
Publisher: National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing
ISBN: 1934032123
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Suggested Resources for Comprehension Allen, J. (2004). Tools for Teaching
Content Literacy. Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers. Beers, K. (2002). When
Kids Can't Read: What Teachers Can Do:A Guide for Teachers 6-12. Portsmouth,
NH: Heinemann. Bell, N. (1991). Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language
Comprehension and Thinking: For Language Comprehension and Thinking. San
Luis Obispo, CA: Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes. Carnine, D. W., et al. (
2005).

Woodcock Johnson Iv

Author: Nancy Mather
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118860748
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Visualization The student requires focused and explicit instruction in learning
how to make mental images of what she hears and then to gradually develop the
ability to describe her mental images. The next step is teaching her how to apply
these skills to what she reads. A comprehensive, well-researched program for the
development of these skills is Visualizing and Verbalizing for Language
Comprehension and Thinking (www.ganderpublishing.com). The author of this
program ...