Reading Assessment and Instruction for All Learners

Author: Jeanne Shay Schumm
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1593852908
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Weaving together the latest knowledge and best practices for teaching children to read, this indispensable text and professional resource provides a complete guide to differentiated instruction for diverse learners. Uniquely integrative, the book places the needs of English language learners and students with disabilities front and center instead of treating them as special topics. Accessible chapters on each of the core components of literacy clearly demonstrate how to link formal and informal assessment to evidence-based instruction. Special features include Research Briefs, Tech Tips, Internet Resources, Reflection and Action Questions, and dozens of reproducible student activities and assessment tools.

Literacy Assessment and Intervention for Classroom Teachers

Author: Beverly DeVries
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351614088
Format: PDF
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The fourth edition of this comprehensive resource helps future and practicing teachers recognize and assess literacy problems, while providing practical, effective intervention strategies to help every student succeed. The author thoroughly explores the major components of literacy, providing an overview of pertinent research, suggested methods and tools for diagnosis and assessment, intervention strategies and activities, and technology applications to increase students' skills. Discussions throughout focus on the needs of English learners, offering appropriate instructional strategies and tailored teaching ideas to help both teachers and their students. Several valuable appendices include assessment tools, instructions and visuals for creating and implementing the book's more than 150 instructional strategies and activities, and other resources.

Using Informative Assessments towards Effective Literacy Instruction

Author: Evan T. Ortlieb
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1780526318
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Using Informative Assessments towards Effective Literacy Practices offers research driven solutions to improve student literacy success through the exploration of advancements in literacy assessment and instruction. Recommendations are provided on selecting appropriate assessments and effectively using data for planning and instruction

Literacy Assessment Helping Teachers Plan Instruction

Author: J. David Cooper
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111791724
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This popular resource distinguishes itself by placing literacy assessment within the context of mainstream classroom reading instruction. Using developmental reading stages as a framework, LITERACY ASSESSMENT puts teachers' instructional needs at its core and considers assessment as a natural part of the instructional cycle. The authors' mission is to show that, with appropriate instruction, success in literacy development is achievable for every student. By presenting the right balance of concept and demonstration, along with a dynamic, positive outlook on learning in both children and teachers, this book equips teachers to help children reach their potential. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Early Reading Assessment

Author: Natalie Rathvon
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 9781572309845
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This indispensable resource offers a cutting-edge framework and practical tools for screening and assessing K-2 students at risk for reading problems. Provided are critical reviews of 42 specific measures, selected for optimal technical quality and presented in a clear, standardized format. Encapsulated are the scientific basis for each instrument; the components of reading acquisition measured; administration, scoring, and interpretation procedures; the instrument's psychometric soundness and usability; linkages to intervention; source; and cost. Detailed case examples drawn from the author's practice help the reader better understand the type of information generated by each measure and demonstrate how results can be written up in a variety of effective report formats.

Teaching Students with Mild and High incidence Disabilities at the Secondary Level

Author: Edward James Sabornie
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
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Focusing on the needs of secondary-level learners with common disabilities—a group often neglected by other books on the market—Teaching Students with Mild and High Incidence Disabilities at the Secondary Levelpresents numerous research-proven instructional methods and strategies. It thoroughly examines the methods that are effective “across the board,” as well as methods specific to particular challenges. The authors address special education theory and relevant research in simple, straightforward language that uses minimal jargon, making concepts accessible and understandable to all.Using case studies to show actual instruction “as it happens,” this book gives readers a realistic portrait of today's diverse student population. Coverage includes: special education and adolescence; instruction methods; and current and future instructional issues.An obvious resource for special education teachers, this book is also an excellent guide for all educators, as it provides information about assessment and curriculum planning.