Reading Psychology Of Early Works To 1800 : An apology for Christopher Syms gent. and his way and method of teaching : the effect thereof, and his end therein, against many foule and false aspersions. VVherein and whereby is averred and maintained that all persons, who can see, heare and speake, may bee easily taught to read. And that all children, which can read may be easily taught to understand the Latine speech.; Syms, Christofer.
Reading Remedial Teaching Case Studies : Reading conversations : retrospective miscue analysis with struggling readers, grades 4-12 / Rita A. Moore and Carol Gilles, with Jennifer Wilson ... [et al.].; Moore, Rita A.
Reading Secondary United States : Reading for understanding : how reading apprenticeship improves disciplinary learning in secondary and college classrooms / Ruth Schoenbach, Cynthia Greenleaf, Lynn Murphy.; Schoenbach, Ruth.
Reading Sex Differences : Boys and literacy : practical strategies for librarians, teachers, and parents / Elizabeth Knowles and Martha Smith.; Knowles, Elizabeth,
Reading Study And Teaching Early Works To 1800 : Plain, brief, and pertinent rules, for the judicious and artificial syllabication of all English words, according to art, and the institution of the same tongue : With directions for the use of the English syllabary, and the English monosyllabary, and the said rules of syllabication. / By Jo. Brooksbank.; Brookbank, Joseph,