. .
English
United States
Similar books
More/other books that might be very similar to this book
Search tools
Sign in
Share this book on...
Book recommendations
Latest news
Tip from find-more-books.com
Advertising
Paid advertisement
FILTER
- 0 Results
Lowest price: 22.50 €, highest price: 31.43 €, average price: 28.80 €
Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - Steven L. Strauss
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Steven L. Strauss:

Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - new book

ISBN: 9781410612014

ID: 9781410612014

Silent "e E"e Speaks Out This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors--corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers--in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent " E" Speaks Out:\*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis \*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments \*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading \*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality and\*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so far off the mark. Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics: This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors--corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers--in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent " E" Speaks Out:\*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis \*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments \*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading \*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality and\*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so far off the mark., Taylor and Francis

New book Rheinberg-Buch.de
eBook, Englisch, Neuware Shipping costs:Sofort lieferbar, Lieferung nach DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics - Steven L. Strauss
book is out-of-stock
(*)

Steven L. Strauss:

Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics - new book

ISBN: 9781410612014

ID: 9781410612014

Silent "e;E"e; Speaks Out This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors--corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers--in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent `E` Speaks Out:\*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis \*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments \*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading \*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality and\*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so far off the mark. Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors--corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers--in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent `E` Speaks Out:\*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis \*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments \*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading \*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality and\*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so far off the mark., Taylor And Francis

New book Rheinberg-Buch.de
Ebook, Englisch, Neuware Shipping costs:Ab 20¤ Versandkostenfrei in Deutschland, Sofort lieferbar, DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - Taylor and Francis
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Taylor and Francis:
Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - new book

2005

ISBN: 9781410612014

ID: 5595105

This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors-corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers-in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of. This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors-corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers-in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent "E" Speaks Out:*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis;*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments;*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading;*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality; and*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so. eBooks, Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Educational Strategies & Policy, Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics~~EBook~~9781410612014~~Steven L. Strauss, , Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics, Steven L. Strauss, 9781410612014, Taylor and Francis, 02/14/2005, , , , Taylor and Francis

New book Hive.co.uk
MPN: , SKU 5595105 Shipping costs:zzgl. Versandkosten, plus shipping costs
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - Steven L. Strauss
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Steven L. Strauss:
Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics - new book

ISBN: 9781410612014

This book explores the driving forces behind the current government-sponsored resurrection of phonics, and the arguments used to justify it. It examines the roles played by three key actors-corporate America, politicians, and state-supported reading researchers-in the formulation of what Strauss terms the neophonics political program. Essential for researchers, students, and teachers of literacy and reading, and for anyone seeking to understand what is happening in U.S. public schools today, The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics: Silent "E" Speaks Out:*analyzes the political nature of the alleged literacy crisis in the United States, through an investigation of the political and corporate motives behind the renewed focus on phonics, and media complicity in promoting the neophonics political program as the solution to the so-called crisis;*examines the scientific claims of neophonics, including methodology, linguistics, and neuroscience, and exposes the flaws in its reasoning and the weakness of its arguments;*addresses the scientific, empirical investigation of letter-sound relationships in English (of phonics itself), and demonstrates the complexity of the system and its associated benefits and limitations in the theory and practice of reading;*proposes actions to help make a return to politically undistorted science and to democratic classrooms a reality; and*introduces, in a postscript, a formal analysis of the letter-sound system, using empirically based rules to convert one finite set of elements, the alphabet, into another, the phonemes of the spoken language. Offering up-to-date information and an original critique, this book makes two important contributions. One is the policy analysis linking government agencies, policymakers, and corporate interests. The second is the neurological and linguistic treatment of why traditional phonics programs are not the solution and why the rhetoric developed to support their resurgence is so. eBooks Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Educational Strategies & Policy Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics~~EBook~~9781410612014~~Steven L. Strauss Linguistics, Neurology, And Politics Of Phonics

New book [GBR] Hive.co.uk
Shipping costs:plus shipping costs
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics - Strauss,  Steven L.
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Strauss, Steven L.:
The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics - new book

ISBN: 9781410612014

ID: 9781410612014

Silent E Speaks Out, Silent E Speaks Out, [KW: PDF ,EDUCATION , TEACHING METHODS MATERIALS , READING ,EDUCATION , TEACHING] <-> <-> PDF ,EDUCATION , TEACHING METHODS MATERIALS , READING ,EDUCATION , TEACHING

New book DE Libri.de
Sofort lieferbar (Download), E-Book zum Download Shipping costs: EUR 0.00
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.

< to search results...
Details of the book
The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics
Author:

Strauss, Steven L.

Title:

The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics

ISBN:

9781410612014

Details of the book - The Linguistics, Neurology, and Politics of Phonics


EAN (ISBN-13): 9781410612014
Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: Taylor and Francis

Book in our database since 01.03.2009 11:56:54
Book found last time on 15.01.2017 00:48:34
ISBN/EAN: 9781410612014

ISBN - alternate spelling:
978-1-4106-1201-4

< to search results...
< to archive...
Nearby books