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The psychology and teaching of reading
Fred J. Schonell
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Out of this wealth of information, a psychology of reading selects what is relevant to the teaching of reading and attempts to organize it in logical form.
But it must do more than this. It must suggest applications of the findings and theories of the psychologist to classroom situations. In a very real sense this book is an introduction to edu.
How to Select the Best Psychology Books. Although reading the pioneers of psychoanalysis like Freud, Jung, and Adler can be illuminating, it’s also incredibly time-consuming and often confusing. So in curating my picks for the best books in psychology, I’ve selected titles that don’t assume prior working knowledge of psychological theory.
OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 24 cm: Contents: The teacher's interest in the reading process --The perceptual nature of reading --Learning principles and the reading process --The psychological bases pf readiness --The sensory bases of reading --The physiological correlates of reading --Basic reading skills: word recognition --Basic reading.
This book from neurologist Oliver Sacks is a great read for both psychology students and a general interest audience. The author explores clinical stories of patients who suffer from neurological disorders, offering an engaging and thoughtful look at neurological problems.
While some psychology books are targeted at an audience with an. "The Psychology of Reading: Theory and Applications addresses the interests of both psychologists and educators. It discusses, in an admirably impartial manner, the research conducted by cognitive psychologists into the reading process along with some of the theoretical models such research has book is organized 5/5(4).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dechant, Emerald V. Psychology in teaching reading. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, © (OCoLC) The Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography: Perspectives from Exemplary Psychology Teachers (Vol. ) Teaching Topics and Techniques For the Love of Teaching Undergraduate Statistics ().
Ultimately, book reading is a truly personal experience. In fact, mood plays a vital role as to what reaction a reader will have to a given book at any given time.
If you’re not in a particular mood or even stage in your life you may not like a book that would otherwise become your personal favorite if read a few years before, or later. "Activities for teaching positive psychology" was released a few weeks before my spring Positive Psychology course, and I used at least one activity from the book each week.
A weekly three hour session is a lot of time to fill with activities; yet students said that time flew by because they were always doing something interesting (I /5(19). In psychology, learning is defined as a process by which a relatively lasting change in behavior is introduced through practice and experience.
Learning comprises: motor skills, for example when driving a car intellectual skills, such as reading attitudes and values, such as prejudice Studies in psychology of learning have led to the.
In that case, I’d rather see a child read an e-book than not read at all, even if reading the e-book weren’t as beneficial for them as reading the print version. Teaching reading is difficult because a teacher must adapt their teaching style to the student and figure out the best way to teach.
This disscussion brings us to a very widely debated topic: What is the right way to teach reading. Good teaching enables students to learn to read and read to learn. Methods of Teaching Word Recognition. The Psychology of Reading book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The last 20 years have witnessed a revolution in reading r /5. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
The Psychology of Reading provides a fair and coherent overall picture of how reading is done and how it is best taught. It aims to relate reading to writing systems, analyze the process of reading from several viewpoints using research from diverse disciplines, and develop a model of reading to explain reading processes all the way from letter recognition to reading whole texts.
The knowledge and skills base required for teaching reading well is extensive. This outline of a proposed curriculum for teacher education programs in reading covers knowledge of reading development, language structure, and strategies for instruction and assessment.
The evidence from the standard schools is that reading does not come easily to kids. Huge amounts of time and effort go into teaching reading, from. Psychology Learning and Teaching (PLAT) is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to enhancing knowledge of how to improve learning and teaching of this purpose, PLAT publishes research articles, reviews, target articles and corresponding comments as well as reports on good and innovative learning, teaching and assessment practices.
While teaching Psych 1 in the Fall ofa student asked me to recommend some reading. She was going to take a break from school, but wanted to continue her education.
Rather than answer her myself, I decided to post a message asking my colleagues in many different areas what they would recommend. Chapters in the text can be assigned either from beginning to end, as with a conventional printed book, or they can be selected in some other sequence to meet the needs of particular students or classes.
In general the first half of the book focuses on broader questions and principles taken from psychology per se, and the second half focuses on somewhat more practical issues of /5(12). In this book, two psychologists apply principles of cognitivepsychology to understanding reading.
In this book, two psychologists apply principles of cognitive psychology to understanding reading. Unlike most other books on the subject, this one presents a consistent theoretical point of view and applies it to the acquisition of reading and what the skilled reader does.
on skilled reading, and connectionist models of learning to read. The implications of the research ﬁndings for learning to read and teaching reading are discussed. Next, the primary methods used to teach reading (phonics and whole language) are summarized.
The ﬁnal section reviews laboratory and classroom studies on teaching reading. The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading, With a Review of the History of Reading and Writing and of Methods, Texts, and Hygiene in Reading. Edmund Burke Huey (Creator) This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. The Online Readings in Psychology and Culture (ORPC) is designed to serve as a resource for researchers, teachers, students, and anyone who is interested in the interrelationships between Psychology and Culture.
Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications is an overview of the field of cognitive psychology and is used in some college courses on the was written by Dr.
John R. Anderson, R. Mellon University Professor of Psychology and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. For 30 years, this market leading text has succeeded in providing a practical, student-oriented approach to educational psychology.
"Psychology Applied to Teaching "takes complex psychological theories demonstrates how they apply to the everyday experiences of in-service teachers/5(9).
The ultimate psychology reading list. creative reassessment of the basic but incorrect assumptions of developmental psychology. Her book is a model of how psychologists need to let data supersede ideology and vested intellectual convictions, Climate Change, Teaching, Environmental, Diagnosis, Psychosis.
The purpose of this resource is to provide you with an annotated listing of documentary films for teaching psychology courses. Documentary film is a powerful medium for psychology course instruction, providing examples of concepts, issues, and theoretical principles, embedded in theFile Size: 2MB.
Christianity and psychology have some things in common: They both state that our actions are the product of inner processes. But in describing what those processes are and how to change them, Christianity and psychology take the opposite approach.
For one thing, the very word “psychology” reveals an anti-god approach. Smith wants to study the effect of storybook reading on children's vocabulary. She randomly assigns children one of three groups: one group comes to a laboratory to listen to stories for 2 hours; another group comes to listen for 1 hour, and a third does not come to the lab.
Constructivism's central idea is that human learning is constructed, that learners build new knowledge upon the foundation of previous learning. This prior knowledge influences what new or modified knowledge an individual will construct from new learning experiences (Phillips, ).
Learning is an active process. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Psychology in Teaching Reading by Emerald V. Dechant (, Hardcover) at the best. Best Psychology Books. Looking for good psychology books. This is my list of the best psychology books of all-time.
If you only have time to read one or two books, I recommend looking at the Top Psychology Books section below. Further down the page, you’ll find more psychology book recommendations. Many of these books are fantastic as well. This book explores key areas of educational and social psychology and considers their relevance to language teaching, using activities and questions for reflection.
Issues discussed include learners' and teachers' beliefs about how a subject should be learned and taught, relationships with others, and the role of emotions in learning.
Extensive reading lists point interested readers towards a fuller understanding of the topics. The book is a rich source of ideas for all teachers of psychology, from Pages: Frith, Chris.
Making Up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World. Blackwell, Very interesting book relating neuroscience to cognitive psychology, by one of the top researchers in psychology. Gladwell, Malcolm: Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking.
Allen Lane, About ‘subconscious’ mental processes and intuitions. The psychology of reading for pleasure: Needs and gratifications* SPONTANEOUS pleasure reading (ludic reading) deserves attention for at least two reasons: It is an important goal of reading instruction, and it offers rewards that are powerful enough both to sustain reading for long periods and to support a large publishing industry.
Because theCited by: Reviewed by Kathleen Cain, Professor of Psychology, Gettysburg College on 4/21/ Comprehensiveness rating: 5 see less. The book doesn't necessarily cover every conceivable topic in psychology, but it covers all of the main subfields in psychology and presents at least a few of the central findings, concepts, and theories in each subfield.4/5(21).
Before reading the book, teacher asks students what they think “What Mommies Do Best.” In this stage, implementing the event of “gain students’ attention and recall their prior knowledge,” students can feel free to talk about and discuss in a group what their mothers do best with them.