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10 Essential Instructional Elements for Students With Reading Difficulties

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author
  • Introduction
    • Context
    • Code First or Meaning First
      • Code First
      • Meaning First
      • Top Down
    • Tools in Your Teaching Toolbox
    • Audience
  • Section I. Understanding the Reading Process
    • Chapter 1. Creating Meaning With Print: The Neurocognitive Model
      • Understanding Reading
        • The Phonological Processing Model of Reading
        • The Neurocognitive Model of Reading
        • Creating Meaning With Print
      • Reading: A Neurological Perspective
        • The Three Cueing Systems
          • 1. Semantic
          • 2. Syntactic
          • 3. Grapho-Phonetic
        • The Relative Unimportance of Letters
      • The Neurocognitive Process
        • Speed and Efficiency
        • The Meaninglessness of Individual Words
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 2. Eye Movement and Neural Pathways
      • Eye Movement During Reading
        • Your Dancing Eyeballs
        • Scanner
        • Perception
      • Understanding Our Learning Organ
        • An Integrated Whole
        • Creating Neural Networks
        • We Create Our Own Reality
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 3. Understanding Reading From a Cognitive Perspective
      • The Difference Between Brain and Mind
      • The Information Processing Model
        • Perceptions—Sensory Resister—Sense Memory
        • Short-Term Memory
          • Holding More Bits
          • Learning to Read
          • Working Memory
          • Automaticity
        • Long-Term Memory
      • The Two-Way Flow of Information
        • LTM to STM
        • LTM to Perception
        • Schema Theory and Reading
      • Last Word
  • Section II. Diagnosing Reading Problems, Documenting Progress, and Planning Instruction
    • Chapter 4. Diagnosis and Documentation
      • Diagnosing the Problem
        • Limitations of Standardized Tests
        • Diagnostic Reading Inventory
      • Graded Word Lists
      • Graded Reading Passages
        • Qualitative Data Analysis
        • Miscue Analysis
      • Assessing Comprehension
        • Story Retelling
        • Maze
      • Putting It Together
        • Three Deficit Areas
          • Fluency
          • Word Identification
          • Comprehension
        • Planning for Instruction
        • Reliability, Validity, Intervention Plans, and IEPs
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 5. Reading Lessons
      • SRE Lesson
        • Lesson Purpose Statement
        • Pre-Reading Activity
        • During-Reading Activity
        • Post-Reading Activity
      • Guided Reading Lesson
        • Planning a Guided Reading Lesson
        • A Note About Guided Reading
      • Shared Reading Lesson
        • During-Reading Strategies
          • ERT
          • Every-Other
        • Planning a Shared Reading Experience
      • Last Word
  • Section III. 10 Instructional Elements
    • Chapter 6. 10 Elements of Reading Instruction
      • No Magical Programs
      • Comprehensive Reading Instruction
        • 10 Essential Elements for Reading Instruction
      • Teaching Reading With the Brain in Mind
        • 1. Engagement
        • 2. Repetition
        • 3. Input Quantity
        • 4. Coherence
        • 5. Timing
        • 6. Error Correction
        • 7. Emotional States
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 7. Emergent Literacy: Concepts of Print and Phonemic Awareness
      • Approaches to Early Literacy Instruction
        • Code First
        • Meaning First
        • Skills Instruction in a Meaning-First Approach
        • Developmentally Appropriate Instruction
        • Whole-to-Part-to-Whole Instruction
      • Creating the Conditions for Early Literacy Learning
      • Concepts of Print
      • Phonemic-Phonics Hybrid Activities
        • Phonemic-Phonics Hybrids for Older Students
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 8. Emotions and Motivation
      • Emotions
        • Understanding
        • Honesty, Trust, and Relationship
      • The Value-Expectancy Theory of Motivation
        • Value
          • Attainment Value
          • Intrinsic Value
          • Utility Value
        • Expectancy
      • Some Basic Strategies
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 9. Literature and Instructional Approaches
      • Strategies for Promoting Voluntary Reading
      • Instructional Approaches
        • Language Experience Approach
        • Self-Selected or Reading Workshop Approach
        • Basal-Reading Workshop Approach
        • The Four Blocks™ Approach
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 10. Phonics
      • Fawnix
        • Tips for Developing Phonetic Cueing Systems
        • Systematic Phonics Instruction
        • Types of Phonics Instruction
      • 14 Strategies
      • Last Word
      • Appendix: Phonics Checklist
    • Chapter 11. Strategies for Developing Word Identification Skills
      • Terms and Concepts Related to Word Identification
        • Recognizing and Identifying Words
        • Strategies and Skills
      • Context Clues: The Semantic Cueing System
        • Cloze
        • Maze
      • Word Order and Grammar: The Syntactic-Cueing System
      • Word Parts
        • Word Parts: A Strategy for Identifying Words
        • Word Parts: Pedagogical Strategies
        • Phonograms: Pedagogical Strategies
      • Morphemic Analysis
        • Morphemic Analysis: A Strategy for Identifying Words
        • The Most Common Prefixes and Suffixes
        • Teaching About Prefixes
        • Teaching About Suffixes
        • Root Words
        • Activities for Developing Morphemic Recognition
      • Sight Words
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 12. Fluency
      • Reading Fluency
      • Neural Pathways and Networks
      • Strategies for Enhancing Reading Fluency
        • Wide Reading
        • Repeated Reading
        • Other Fluency Strategies
      • Avoid Round-Robin Reading
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 13. Comprehension of Narrative Text
      • Comprehension Basics
      • Teaching Tips
      • Activities Organized by Cognitive Process
        • Recognize Story Grammar
        • Predict
        • Visualize
        • Infer
        • Compare
        • Evaluate
        • Analyze
        • Identify Cause-Effect
        • Identify Supporting Details
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 14. Comprehension of Expository Text
      • Expository Text
      • Teacher Pre-Reading Strategies
      • Study-Skill Strategies
        • Basic Study-Skill Strategies
        • Helping All Teachers Become Teachers of Reading
      • Pedagogical Strategies to Develop Cognitive Processes Related to Comprehension
      • Last Word
    • Chapter 15. Vocabulary
      • Attending to Vocabulary
        • Word Learning
        • Levels and Types of Word Knowledge
        • Volume and Vocabulary
      • General Principles for Developing Students’ Vocabulary
      • Strategies for Developing Students’ Vocabulary
      • Visual Displays and Graphic Organizers
      • Last Word About Words
    • Chapter 16. Writing
      • The Why and How of Writing
        • 10 General Guidelines
      • Specific Strategies
      • Last Word
  • Epilogue
  • References
  • Index

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10 Essential Instructional Elements for Students With Reading Difficulties

Vörumerki: Sage
Vörunúmer: 9781506300566
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