Multiple Paths to Literacy Classroom Techniques for Struggling Readers, K-12

ISBN-10: 0130308994

ISBN-13: 9780130308993

Edition: 5th 2002 (Revised)

Authors: Joan P. Gipe
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Description: For Reading Methods/Reading Assessment/Diagnosis and Remediation courses. Full of practical ideas and strategies, this text provides a comprehensive and balanced approach to diagnose, assess, and support the literacy development of struggling readers and second language learners. Unique to this text is a philosophical approach that links all literacy domains with the eight recognized multiple intelligences. This serves as a springboard for identifying appropriate instructional strategies to meet individual student needs.

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List price: $75.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/19/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 460
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Foundations
Fundamental Aspects of the Reading Process and Corrective Reading
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Vignette
Dimensions of Reading
Reading Is a Language Process
Reading Is a Cognitive Process
Reading Is a Psychological or Affective Process
Reading Is a Social Process
Reading Is a Physiological Process
Reading Is an Emerging Process
Reading Represents a Linguistic Intelligence
Beliefs About Reading
Prevalent Views
Personal Beliefs
Two Major Goals of Every Reading Program
Academic Reading
Recreational Reading
What Is Corrective Reading?
Who Is the Corrective Reader?
Summary
Suggested Readings
The Analytic Process: Its Nature and Value
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Justification for the Analytic Process
Problems Associated with Assumptive Teaching
The Analytic Process Paradigm
Analytic Teaching: Supporting All Literacy Learners
The Analytic Teacher
The Analytic Process and Multiple Intelligences Theory
Analyzing Components of the Reading Process
Levels of Analysis and Correlative Diagnostic Questions
Components Outside the Major Domains: Reading-Related Factors
Basic Steps in the Analytic Process
Analysis of Reading Behaviors
Generation of Possible Teaching Hypotheses
Teaching
Reexamination of Reading Behaviors
From Teaching Hypotheses to Lesson Plans
Objectives
Procedures
A Complete Lesson
Summary
Suggested Readings
Language Diversity Foundations for Literacy Instruction
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Communicative Competence
Some Linguistic Variations
Examples of Language Variations
African American Vernacular English
Additional Language Varieties
Instructional Principles
Summary
Suggested Readings
Recommended Web Sites for Related Professional Organizations
Reading-Related Factors
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Historical Background
Three Basic Categories
Physical Factors
Psychological Factors
Environmental Factors
Summary
Suggested Readings
Reading Assessment: Indirect Measures
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Assessment and Evaluation: Basic Concepts
Definitions
Basic Measurement Concepts
Purposes of Testing in Reading
Published Reading Tests
Standardized Reading Survey Tests
Standardized Diagnostic Reading Tests
Criterion-Referenced Tests
Summary
Suggested Readings
Reading Assessment: Direct Measures
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Commonly Used Direct Measures
Text-Related Tests
Informal Reading Inventories
Cloze Procedure
Assessment by Observation, Conferences and Interviews, and Performance Samples
Documentation and Record Keeping
Vignette
Summary
Suggested Readings
The Major Domains
The Reading/Writing Connection
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
The Role of the Teacher in a Writing Program for Struggling Readers
Implementing the Writing Program
Observations, Initial Assessments, and Instructional Decisions
Nonstructured Writing Activities
Structured Writing Lessons and Activities
A Focus on SLL: The Language Experience Approach
Writing Instruction and Authentic Assessment: A Continuous Process
Shared Observations
Postwriting Questionnaires
Spelling Questionnaires
Portfolios
Summary
Suggested Readings
Word Recognition
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Listening Vocabulary
Assessment
Instruction
Sight Vocabulary
Assessment
Instruction
Fluency
Predictable Language Method
Neurological Impress Method (NIM)
Repeated Readings
Echo Reading
Readers Theatre
Word Recognition Strategies
Use of Context Clues
Expectancy and Picture Clues
Meaning Clues
Visual Analysis
Monosyllabic Words
Polysyllabic Words
Assessment
Instruction
A Focus on SLL: Word Configuration Boxes
Knowledge of Word Parts
Assessment
Instruction
Blending and Synthesizing
Assessment
Instruction
Summary
Suggested Readings
Reading Comprehension: Foundations
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Background
Factors Affecting the Comprehension Process
Factors within the Reader
Factors within the Written Message
Environmental Factors
Theories and Models of the Comprehension Process
Schema Theory
Reading Comprehension as Cognitive-Based Processing
Reading Comprehension as Sociocognitive Processing
Reading Comprehension as Transactional
Reading Comprehension as Transactional-Sociopsycholinguistic
Reading Comprehension as Influenced by Attitude
Skilled versus Less Skilled Comprehenders
Assessment and Instruction for General Comprehension
Assessing the Ability to Organize Text
Instruction for General Comprehension
A Focus on SLL: The Experience-Text-Relationship Method
Summary
Suggested Readings
Meaning Vocabulary
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Introduction
Assessing Knowledge of Word Meanings
Identification
Multiple Choice
Matching
Checking
Instruction for Word Meanings
General Instructional Procedures
Vocabulary Exercises
A Focus on SLL: Homophones, Homographs, and Idioms
Instruction for Specialized Vocabulary
Summary
Suggested Readings
Reading Comprehension and Strategic Reading for Narrative Text
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Assessment for Narrative Text: Retellings
Instruction for Narrative Text
A Focus on SLL: Generating Stories
Summary
Suggested Readings
Strategic Reading for Expository Text
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Assessing Awareness of Strategic Reading and Study Habits
Instructional Techniques for Developing Strategic Reading Habits
Stages of Studying
A Focus on SLL: GIST--Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text
General Study Strategies
Summary
Suggested Readings
Study Skills
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Study Skills and the Struggling Reader
Assessing Locational Skills
Alphabetizing
Book Parts
Reference Materials
Reference Skills
Instruction for Developing Locational Skills
General Teaching Procedures for Direct Instruction
Specific Activities
Assessing for Organizing Information
Attentive Listening
Classifying Words, Phrases, and Sentences
Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Sequencing
Summarizing and Synthesizing
Listening, or Auditory Comprehension
Instruction for Organizing Information
Attentive Listening
Classifying
Main Ideas and Supporting Details
Sequencing
Summarizing and Synthesizing
Listening, or Auditory Comprehension
Note Taking
A Focus on SLL: Dictogloss
Outlining
Assessing for Interpretation of Graphic and Pictorial Materials
Instruction for Interpreting Graphic and Pictorial Materials
General Teaching Procedure
Real-World Usage
Summary
Suggested Readings
Arts at Every Opportunity: Weaving It All Together
Objectives
Key Concepts and Terms
Study Outline
Overview
Meeting the Needs of All Learners
Multiple Intelligences
Empowering Students from Diverse Backgrounds
Support for Integrating the Arts
Using Creativity, Imagination, and Professional Expertise to Plan Lessons
Arts at Every Opportunity in a Corrective Reading Program
Developing Proficiency in Weaving Literacy Lessons with the Arts
Carefully Studying Student Responses
Complementing Literature with Creative Visuals
Linking Literacy Lessons with the Visual Arts
Beginning in Modest Ways
Combining Creative Writing with the Visual Arts
Creating Visual Representations of Snow White and the Poison Apples
Mural Constructions of Gregory Cool
K-W-L and The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Linking Literacy Lessons with Drama Enactments
A Focus on SLL: Choral Reading in Readers Theatre
Choral Reading
A More Formal Drama Enactment
A Scripted, Rehearsed Puppet Show
Linking Literacy Lessons with Music
Infusing Music into Every Teaching Session
Enjoyment and Informality
A Chant with Rhyming Words
Content Reading and Music
A Native American Song with "Talking Hands"
Linking Literacy with Dance
Spontaneous Dance
Envisioning the Solar System through Dance
Dance of the Birds, Reptiles, and Mammals
Summary
Suggested Readings
Weekly Progress Report
Useful Websites Related to Literacy Development
IRA/NCTE Standards for the English Language Arts
Books to Build the Self-Esteem of Students in Multiethnic Settings
Text Readability
Instructional Environment Survey
Levels of Analysis and Correlative Diagnostic Questions: A Summary
Gathering Affective Information
Stages in Spelling Development
Scoring Systems for Writing
James McCarthy's "Our Visit to the Farm"
Useful Phonics Generalizations
Glossary
References
Index
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