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Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – “Reading and Learning to Read” Chapter 13: Instructional Materials and Chapter 14: Making the Transition to Content Area Texts

Chapter 13: Components of a Basal: Emergent Literacy, Beginning Reading, Strategy Lessons, Comprehension Strand, Language Arts, Management, Assessment, and Differentiation. Lesson Framework of a lesson in a Basal: Motivation and background building, guided reading (silent and oral), skill development and practice, and follow-up and enrichment. Modifying Basal Lesson: Children who are reluctant to read, who … Continue reading Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – “Reading and Learning to Read” Chapter 13: Instructional Materials and Chapter 14: Making the Transition to Content Area Texts

Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 12: Bringing Children and Literature Together

Literature-based Reading Program: viewed int he context of instructional practices of student activities such as independent reading, sustained reading and writing, social interactions, and read-alouds using literature, books, novels, short stories, magazines, plays, poems, and electronic books that have been rewritten for instructional purposes. Community of Readers: characterize how students, in alliance with their friends … Continue reading Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 12: Bringing Children and Literature Together

Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 11: Reading-Writing Concepts

Relationships between Reading and Writing: Reading and Writing processes are correlate Students who write well tend to read more than those who are less capable writers Wide reading may be as effective in improving writing as actual practice in writing Good readers and writers are likely to engage in reading and writing independently because they … Continue reading Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 11: Reading-Writing Concepts

Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 10: Reading Comprehension

Scaffolding Instruction: Teachers explicitly teach strategies with the purpose of eventually fostering independent use of those strategies. Literal Questions: Students answer by using information explicitly stated in the text. Inferential Questions: Students answer by using their background knowledge along with information from the text. Evaluative Questions: Students answer by making judgement about what they are … Continue reading Rachel Tyson – EngEd 370 – Chapter 10: Reading Comprehension

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