reading listserv

Amorelli mariam11 at VIRGILIO.IT
Sun Jul 9 08:28:51 UTC 2006

This moderated list -  TESL-L at CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU - is not *specifically* geared
to what you mentioned but has often treated the subject, mostly in L2
contexts, but also in L1.
Best regards,
EAP, Faculties of Economics and Law,
University of Sassari

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From: "Jan Kammert" <write at SCN.ORG>
Sent: Saturday, July 08, 2006 10:51 PM
Subject: reading listserv

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> This group has often helped me with my teaching in the past.  I'm hoping
> for some ideas from you now.
> I am going to teach a middle school reading class in the fall.  I have
> never taught reading before, and I only vaguely remember the university
> class I took on teaching reading over 20 years ago.  (I hope lots of new
> information on the topic has become available in the last two decades.)
> In the last five years, I've read about a dozen books on teaching reading
> to adolescents and attended a couple conferences.  I'd like a helpful
> listserv specifically geared to teaching reading to adolescents.
> The fall class is likely to have students who are completely unable to
> read.  The strongest readers will probably be reading at a second or third
> grade level.  Some of them will have decoding problems and some will have
> comprehension problems.  If you have any thoughts, please send them to me
> off list.  I don't want to take up space here on something that is off
> topic.
> Thanks!
> Jan
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