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Literacy for Children in an Information AgeCohen & Cowen Chapter 1 A New Definition of Literacy
Literacy: 3 Questions What is Literacy?What are the different approaches to teaching literacy? How can you integrate technology into a literacy classroom?
Defining Literacy State & National Standards Visual LiteracyHigher Order Thinking Skills Technological Literacy Global Literacy
Higher Order Thinking SkillsRecall Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation
Approaches to Teaching LiteracyBottom-up Approach Top-Down Approach Basal Series Balanced Approach
English Language Learners (ELLs)oral practice tutoring & individual support native language Individual differences count! Constant assessment Home-school connection
Special Education Inclusion (45%)* Dyslexia (more than 50%)*(of all special ed students)
NRP Findings* Phonemic awareness Phonics Fluency VocabularyText Comprehension *National Review Panel
Five Other Pillars Classroom organization Matching pupils and textsChoice, interest & collaboration Daily reading & writing across curriculum Expert tutoring
Bottom-Up Approach Decoding (Phonic approach) /k/ C - a - t catThe cat is small.
Top-Down Approach “Whole language” begins with text comprehensionchildren learn to read by reading and enjoying text predictable books discussions demonstrations
Bottom-Up …. Top-Down Decoding Vocabulary Sentence ComprehensionParagraph Comprehension Text Comprehension Text Comprehension Paragraph Comprehension Sentence Comprehension Vocabulary Decoding
Basal Series Comprehension Reading ProgramContains texts for all grade levels Anthology Teacher’s Guide Daily lesson Plans All support materials
Balanced Literacy ApproachAll aspects of literacy taught in the classroom, centered on student needs, and using research and practice: Reading…writing…speaking…listening and viewing (Language Arts)
Website Evaluation* Ease of use Visual layout Readability AccuracyLinks--valuable? *Evaluation Form p
Two Valuable ResourcesIRA International Reading Association NCTE National Council of Teachers of English
Textbook Website Back cover
Technology Incorporate into Literacy Classroom
Evaluate Internet WebsitesIs literacy promoted? Is the site age appropriate? Does it reflect current research? Are additional literacy resources available?
And finally ….
Definition of literacy includes:Changing profile of students Technological and global impact Latest research National standards Higher Order thinking skills
T H A N K Y O U !. Charlie Robinson Charlie
Purpose : To create a fail-safe system of literacy so that all students have equal access to a standards based curriculum Result: Joyful, independent readers,
Reading at home with your child
Digging Deeper Into the K-5 ELA Standards College and Career Ready Standards Implementation Team Quarterly – Session 2.
EAL300 Approaches to Literacy 1: A Balanced Approach.
Mount Barker South Primary School Reading for Learning Mount Barker South PS 2014.
Deb Drescher Warren County Public Schools. Warren County Public Schools’ Title III (ELL) program is now in school improvement status and has identified.
Emergent Literacy, Concepts of Print, and Stages of Reading & Writing
Susan S. Silver Director of Curriculum and Instruction Monday, April 15, 2013.
Bridges New ELA: Supporting SIFE with Low Home Language Literacy Session 2: March 19, 2015.
Literacy Across the Lifespan: What Works Timothy Shanahan University of Illinois at Chicago.
WHAT WORKS IN LITERACY INSTRUCTION High-Quality Literacy Framework.
Facilitators: Teresa Roe English Language Arts Division Manager, TDS Latahshia Coleman English Language Arts Instructional Facilitator, TDS Session Outcomes.
Treasures PLC Team Members: Lisa Breen, Marilena Damiani, Irene Hines, Karen Hohmann, Rita Keahon, Michelle Krone and Susan Sheehy,
Milwaukee Partnership Academy An Urban P-16 Council for Quality Teaching and Learning.
By Anna Strole. Research RAND: Reading Study Group Report on reading comprehension Shows that there are 3 domains to comprehension: Instruction Teacher.
1 Welcome to 7th Grade Language Arts As a Comprehensive Approach to Teaching Reading and Writing.
Presented by Jen Rolie K-12 Literacy TOSA. Phonemic Awareness Phonics Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension.
Get Ready to Huddle! Discover Intensive Phonics (K - 3 rd Grade & SPED) Huddle 4 th Tuesday of each month at 2 pm MT Please Call Passcode.
Multi-Level Literacy Instruction For Inclusive Teaching MICHIGAN READING ASSOCIATION 2002 Multi-level Instruction Teaching Children with Vastly Different.
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