Developing Engaged Readers in School and Home Communities

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Subject Index

A
Ability beliefs, learning and, 90-91
Academic failure, among minority youth, 44-48
Achievement
ability/efficacy beliefs and, 90-91
goals and, 92-93
motivation and, paradox of, 94-95
values and, 91-92
Aesthetic enjoyment, 180, 180t
Aesthetic involvement, 103
African Americans, seeMinority students
ALERT
components of, 51
in helping minority students in reading, 50-51
Analogy, content knowledge and, 144-146
Analytic research, in formative experiments, 240
Applications, gap between research and, 108-109
Assessment information, communication of, 206
Assumptions, qualitative inquiry and, 220-223
Attribution, ethical collaboration and, 275
Authors, textbook, improving use of analogy by, 144-146

B
Behavior, oppositional, academic failure and, 47-48
Beliefs
ability/efficacy, 90-91
about literacy, 101
about self, 101
family
early reading development and, 17-18
influence of, 3-5
parental
early reading development and, 10-14
sociocultural influences on, 12-14

C
Challenge
children's responses to, 120
description of, 133
as motivation
in instructional context, 117
of CORI students, 180, 180t
reading, 103
in RUNNING START program, 123
Change, conceptual, 146-150

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