qThis guide takes an objective look at the skills, texts, and assessments included in the most commonly used programs to first help you evaluate and select an effective program and then implement that program. Whether you are a teacher, a principal, a reading specialist or coach, a school leader, or an administrator, you will learn how to: make the most effective use ofaaand improve onaawhat core programs provide; incorporate elements like motivation and oral language development into your instruction, which core programs tend to neglect; analyze the intervention programs for struggling readers and ELLs that now accompany most core reading programs, and critique the program's assessments and construct an effective assessment system.q--Publisher.Figure 14 shows the types of texts her students will read and how they will read them. ... book chapter book silent or partner or partner Independent Independent reading reading reading silent silent during during reading reading guided guided and ... On-level Anthology Decodable Leveled Leveled Additional selection text reader reader text Echo and Echo, Echo, Echo, Echo, partner partner, or partner, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Essential Guide to Selecting and Using Core Reading Programs|
|Author||:||Peter Dewitz, Susan B. Leahy, Jennifer Jones, Pamela Maslin Sullivan|
|Publisher||:||International Reading Assoc. - 2010-04-08|