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Literacy strategies for teacher candidates

Laurie Elish-Piper

Literacy strategies for teacher candidates

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Published by Pearson Education in Upper Saddle River, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Remedial teaching,
  • Training of,
  • Language arts,
  • Teachers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLaurie Elish Piper, Susan K. L"Allier
    ContributionsL"Allier, Susan K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1576 .E423 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25109506M
    ISBN 100137155891
    ISBN 109780137155897
    LC Control Number2011043279

    In the future I will take the model of a literature supported unit of study and apply it to supporting other teachers and subjects. Share this:. Where did you learn this? That happens to me, too. Self-regulation of reading is foregrounded in most online reading environments.

    Determine the reliability of the source, and 2. Chapter drills with detailed explanations of answers reinforce the specific skills and abilities needed for the test. What if you want to review something from earlier in the article? The reading instructional strategy I am highlighting is using visualization to create meaning from text and increase recall of information. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 10, A range of resources such as district resources and electronic resources are included on the site.

    The reader might, for example, consult the links provided by the author, or the reader may search for more information by initiating an original search. She also provides professional development in the areas of inclusion, evidence-based practices, and Individual Education Plan IEP implementation. They model these behaviors, often using a data projector or interactive whiteboard. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. She found that as students read to verify what they included in their projects, they also drew connections between the sources, noticed new ideas and information to explore, and found disparities between the sources for which they had to account.


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Literacy strategies for teacher candidates by Laurie Elish-Piper Download PDF Ebook

Instead, young readers can be taught to challenge themselves by asking themselves a few simple questions when they arrive at a website or other digital text: How well does it seem this information match my purpose for reading?

Increasingly, multimodal sources invite the reader to interact with concepts about which they have been reading learn more on this blog about multimodal learning. Where did you learn this?

Knowledge and Skills for Teaching Reading

When I became the webmaster of the Deer Park Elementary School website, I began to update the site to be an information portal that empowers parents to participate in the learning community. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. One LTE focused her course totally on phonics and phonological awareness.

Exploring the online reading comprehension strategies used by sixth-grade skilled readers to search for and locate information on the Internet. Candidates design and implement instruction that engages students' interests and develops their ability to inquire, think critically, gain and share knowledge.

REA gets you ready for your teaching career with our outstanding library of Teacher Certification test preps! M56 The Literacy strategies for teacher candidates book will be excited to conduct the research using all of the resources, both in print and Literacy strategies for teacher candidates book.

When I read this page, do I feel like I am challenged to learn new information as I read, or do I just feel overwhelmed? Through the lessons and webpages that I have created have already aided students in enhancing their reading fluency and comprehension skills.

References Common Core State Standards. Analysis As a future SLMS, I want to be there for the classroom teachers to help assist them anyway I can to support reading instructional strategies.

The SLMS will be involved in the process from gathering materials through the creation of the ebook in Pixie. Example: Joe worked on his California missions project, and he was really excited to find out that the hero Zorro, had visited the mission at San Juan Capistrano.

What do I do? The plant unit has the students learning the basic parts of plants, what plants need to survive, the life cycle of plants, comparing the life cycle of 2 plants and what external features of a plant may be eatable.

Identifying appropriate online material is not as easy as it sounds; it involves much more than simply choosing some search terms. Therefore, it is vital that the SLMS serve as an active partner with fellow educators supporting, integrating, collaborating, and developing literacy skill instruction so that students can fully participate in academia or read for enjoyment.

This artifact uses an inquiry strategy with students.Literacy Strategies for Teacher Candidates (Subscription) Laurie Elish-Piper is a Presidential Teaching Professor in the Department of Literacy Education at Northern Illinois University.

She also serves as the NIU Literacy Clinic Director and Co-Director of the Center for.

Literacy Strategies for Teacher Candidates (Subscription)

Candidates had different levels of access to student populations. Accessibility ranged from 30 minutes a day three days a week, to the full instructional day five days a week. Teacher candidates also taught different subjects among them: English, History, Writing.

Literacy acquisition is a learning community effort and not solely the responsibility of the classroom educator. To promote literacy in the School Library Media Center (SLMC), I will continue to collaborate with Literacy strategies for teacher candidates book and specialists to provide lesson ideas and resources to promote reading strategies.Mar 15,  · Literacy Strategies for Teacher Candidates is packed with a variety pdf concepts, strategies, and pdf ideas teacher candidates can use to gain a better understanding of teaching and learning, and ultimately improve the effectiveness of their teaching.

The topics covered include the most common content taught in literacy education methods magicechomusic.com: $Element also highlights that teacher collaboration should reinforce reading strategies to assist students in making meaning from text. In SLMLiterature for Children, I created a literacy strategy to reinforce student reading skills and strategy use which ties directly into element “Vocabulary: Knowledge to Practice is ebook extremely valuable resource for a wide range of educators who teach reading, including teacher candidates as well as in-service teachers.

The content of the book is very well-grounded in research, but explained clearly, with a focus on practical applications.