Quality Reading Instruction in the Age of Common Core Standards

Quality Reading Instruction in the Age of Common Core Standards

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What are the best ways to teach key literacy skills, keeping the Common Core State Standards at the fore? How can you fill in whata€™s missing from the CCSS document? Most important, how do you make adjustments in your own classroom, based on your studentsa€™ specific needs? Field-leading scholars come together here to shed light on the 10 College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading, to define the literacy skills that students must develop to achieve the Standards, and to give practical suggestions for meeting the challenges the Standards present in real-world classrooms. Chapters cover key areas of the CCSS, such as informational text, text complexity, vocabulary development, and making the most of 21st-century tools and technologya€”and offer solutions for a number of critical areas not specifically included in the CCSS document, such as early literacy, engagement, teaching learners from diverse backgrounds, and Response to Intervention. The final chapter provides the research foundations for the CCSS to give you a rich, well-rounded view. qTry This!q segments and discussion questions make this a perfect resource for personal study, preservice teacher education, and school-based professional learning communities.Teaching reading and language to the disadvantaged-what we have learned from field research. Harvard Educational ... Washington, DC: National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, US.

Title:Quality Reading Instruction in the Age of Common Core Standards
Author:Susan B. Neuman, Linda B. Gambrell
Publisher:International Reading Assoc. - 2013-03-12


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