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A Practical Approach to Teaching Foundational Reading Skills in the Classroom and at Home

Author : Shanell Lee
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A Practical Approach to Teaching Foundational Reading Skills in the Classroom and at Home is a rich resource filled with practical strategies for both educators and parents. This book was designed to complement and enhance reading instruction for children in grades K-5 by providing easy-to-follow, yet highly-effective methods that can be used in classroom and home settings to improve students' foundational reading skills. Led by Shanell Lee, Ed.S., this book is the collaborative effort of six educators who are all experience in providing reading instruction. These practitioners have poured their all into creating a resources that will benefit educators at all levels - pre-service, novice, and veteran, in addition to parents who are just looking to provide their children additional reading support at home.In this revised edition, readers will find the same easy-to-follow strategies in a more concise format.

A Practical Approach to Teaching Foundational Reading Skills in the Classroom and at Home

Author : Shanell Lee
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A Practical Approach to Teaching Foundational Reading Skills in the Classroom and at Home is a rich resource filled with practical strategies for both educators and parents. This book was designed to complement and enhance reading instruction for children in grades K-5 by providing easy-to-follow, yet highly-effective methods that can be used in the classroom and home settings to improve students' foundational reading skills. Led by Shanell Lee, Ed.S., this book is the collaborative effort of six educators who are all experienced in providing reading instruction. These practitioners have poured their all into creating a resource that will benefit educators at all levels - pre-service, novice, and veteran, in addition to parents who are just looking to provide their children additional reading support at home.

What works in early reading materials

Author : Ana Robledo
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Access to books is key to learning to read and sustaining a love of reading. Yet many low- and middle-income countries struggle to provide their students with reading materials of sufficient quality and quantity. Since 2008, RTI International has provided technical assistance in early reading assessment and instruction to ministries of education in dozens of low- and middle-income countries. The central objective of many of these programs has been to improve learning outcomes—in particular, reading—for students in the early grades of primary school. Under these programs, RTI has partnered with ministry staff to produce and distribute evidence-based instructional materials at a regional or national scale, in quantities that increase the likelihood that children will have ample opportunities to practice reading skills, and at a cost that can be sustained in the long term by the education system. In this paper, we seek to capture the practices RTI has developed and refined over the last decade, particularly in response to the challenges inherent in contexts with high linguistic diversity and low operational capacity for producing and distributing instructional materials. These practices constitute our approach to developing and producing instructional materials for early grade literacy. We also touch upon effective planning for printing and distribution procurement, but we do not consider the printing and distribution processes in depth in this paper. We expect this volume will be useful for donors, policymakers, and practitioners interested in improving access to cost-effective, high-quality teaching and learning materials for the early grades.

Resources in Education

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Teaching ELLs to Read

Author : Paul Boyd-Batstone
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In this essential book from ELL-expert Paul Boyd-Batstone, you’ll find out how to teach reading while keeping in mind the unique needs of English language learners. You’ll learn best practices and differentiated strategies for each domain of the Common Core Foundational Reading Skills, including print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics and word recognition, and fluency. Topics covered include: Ideas for using contextual support to help ELLs climb the staircase of complexity; How to teach print concepts, such as noting word separation and using punctuation; Strategies for teaching phonological awareness, including distinguishing vowel sounds and blending sounds; Ways to teach phonics and word recognition using informational and literary texts; and Exemplary ideas for teaching fluency, such as through poetry, drama, and digital media. The book is filled with ready-to-use activities and complete lesson plans that address selected CCSS performance tasks at each grade level. These lesson plans demonstrate how to differentiate instruction based on your ELLs’ reading level. The book also includes performance-level descriptors, rubrics, and templates, available for free download from our website at http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138017696.

Early Literacy Matters

Author : Carol E. Canady
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Early Literacy Matters is an innovative action guide for elementary school leaders and instructional coaches dedicated to accelerating literacy performance in the early grades, when prevention of reading difficulties matters most. As a unique father-daughter team with combined expertise in literacy education and instructional leadership, the authors share best practices for literacy success. Readers will learn how to... establish and lead a literacy team, implement embedded professional development, utilize key assessments to frame daily instruction, and illustrate specific organizational and scheduling models needed to support systemic change based on the science of reading. Each chapter features reflection questions and explicit strategies and tools leaders can implement immediately in today’s classrooms.

Reaching and Teaching Students Who Don t Qualify for Special Education

Author : Steven R. Shaw
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This book helps readers understand, teach, and support children with persistent low academic achievement who don’t meet special education eligibility criteria, or for whom Tier 2 MTSS interventions are insufficient. Designed to be implemented in inclusive classrooms with minimal resources, comprehensive chapters cover topics from reading, writing, and math to executive functions, SEL, and mental health. This critical, ground-breaking volume provides teachers, psychologists, and counselors with an understanding of the issues children and adolescents with mild cognitive limitations and other causes of low academic achievement face, as well as detailed, evidence-based teaching practices to support their academic and social and emotional learning.

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension

Author : Bess Milton
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Born to learn

Author : African Union
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Youth Policy

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