Volume XXV, 2005 Contents

Reading: Legacy, Realities, and Predictions



Managing Editor

Bob Schlagal, Appalachian State University

Website and Technical Coordinator

Gary Moorman, Appalachian State University

Associate Editors

Richard A. Culatta
Gary Moorman
Woodrow Trathen
Appalachian State University

Technology Consultant

John Spagnolo, Appalchian State University

Editorial Assistants

Karen Arthur, Appalachian State University
Sarah Branum, Appalachian State University

From the Editors

Editorial Advisory Board



The Reading Practices of Preservice Teachers: On Becoming Critical Consumers

Timothy J. Murnen, Bowling Green State University




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Other People / Other Places in Recent (2003-2004) Children's Book Award Winners / Contenders From Five English Speaking Countries

Ira E. Aaron
Sylvia M. Hutchinson




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1964-2004: A retrospective on reading instruction (Highlights and Lowlights)

Susanne I. Lapp   
Jerry Johns
Terry Bullock
Richard Telfer
Laurie Elish-Piper





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An Undergraduate Reading Practicum: Improving Teacher Preparation

Tara Rosselot-Durbin




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A Lexical Analysis of Informal Reading Inventory Graded Word Lists

Michael P. French




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Two Birds-One Stone: Helping Pre-Service Teachers Connect Reading and Writing While Learning to Demonstrate Reflective Practice

Lauren G. McClanahan
Sean Baughn
Ray Wolpow







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Fluency: Implications for Classroom Instruction

Elizabeth Frye
Woodrow Trathen







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Understanding the Parent-Child Interactive Literacy Component of Family Literacy: A Re-Examination of Research

Elizabeth L. Grinder
Eunice N. Askov
Eugenio Longoria Saenz
Jale Aldemir

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A Reaction to Understanding the Parent-Child Interactive Literacy Component of Family Literacy

Laurie Elish-Piper


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Reciprocal Mapping: Scaffolding Students' Expository Writing

Joyce C. Fine

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