Diagnostic Teaching of Reading Techniques for Instruction and Assessment

ISBN-10: 013231651X
ISBN-13: 9780132316514
Edition: 7th 2012
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Book details

List price: $120.80
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/5/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.222

The Process of Diagnostic Teaching of Reading
Ways to Use These Chapters
What Is Diagnostic Teaching?
Active Reading and Writing
Differences in Learning
Struggling and Writers Readers
English Language Learners
Culturally Diverse Learners
Instructional Process
Text-based View
Reader-based View
Interactive constructivist View
Sociocultural View
Balanced Instruction
Assessment Process
Diagnostic Teaching Process
Diagnostic Teaching Lesson
Summary
Literacy Development
Emergent Literacy Stage
Early Developing Literacy Stage
Developing Stage
Strategic Literacy Stage
Complex Literacy Stage
Effective Teachers
Engage All Learner
Foster meaningful interpretations and thoughtful understanding
Cultivate Vibrant Discussions
Access To High Quantity And High Quality Of Reading Material
Make use of Scaffolding
Nuture Motivation
Promote Self regulated Learning
Create a Responsive Environment
Assess while Teaching
Integrate and Balance Instruction
Summary
The Diagnostic Teaching Session: An Overview
Familiar Text Time
Supported Reading and Writing
Continuous Assessment
Strategy and Skill Instruction
Analysis of Patterns of Reading Development
Instruction in Strategies and Skills
Strategy Conversations and Self-Assessment
Process Writing Time
Personalized Reading and Writing
Summary
Gathering Diagnostic Data
Informal Reading Inventory
Establishing the Level of Student Performance
Analyzing the Results from the Informal Reading Inventory
Informal Writing Assessment
Further Assessments
Stages of Reading Development
Emergent Literacy Stage
Early Developing Literacy Stage
Developing Literacy Stage
Strategic Literacy Stage
Complex Literacy Stage
Summary
The Literacy Event
Reader
Reader analysis for Jenny
Text
Text analysis for Jenny
Task
Task analysis for Jenny
Situational Context
Situational Context analysis for Jenny
Technique
Summary
Formulating Hypotheses for Jenny
Reviewing the Steps
11 Selecting Techniques
Classifying Techniques for Supporting Reading and Writing
Classifying Techniques by Instructional Framework
Classifying Techniques by Type of Text
Classifying Techniques by Mode of Response
Classifying Techniques for Strategy and Skill Instruction
Classifying Techniques by Reasoning Strategies
Classifying Techniques by Reading Skills
Classifying Techniques for Increased Specificity
Classifying Techniques by Sources of Information
Classifying Techniques by Type of Structure
Summary
Putting the Parts Together for Jenny
Reviewing Technique Selection
Selecting Materials
Basic Types of Materials
Basal Readers and Core Reading Programs
Chapter Books
E-Books
Focused Lessons Books
High-Interest, Low-Readability Books
Internet Materials
Leveled Books
Media
Picture Trade Books
Poetry Anthologies
Predictable Books
Series Books
Software Programs
Textbooks
Selecting Material for a Particular Reader
Matching the Text to the Reader
Evaluating the Text
More to Consider When Selecting Material
Interest
Choice
Background Knowledge of the Reader
Length of the Book
Summary
Initiatives and Teacher Development
Response to Intervention
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol for English Language Learners
Shared Expertise in Reading
Reflecting
Developing Collaboration
The Learning Community
Forms of Studying Reading Instruction
Study Groups
Teacher Research Groups
Criteria for a Teacher Development Context
Using Multiple Assessments
Authentic Assessments
Criterion-Referenced Tests
Formal Assessments
Informal Assessments
Motivation Assessment
Performance Assessment
Process-Oriented Assessments
Rubrics
Student Self-Assessment
The Assessments
Anecdotal records
Assessment Letters
Assessment Talks
Attitude Toward Reading
Cloze Test
Concepts about Print Interview
Diagnostic Teaching Assessment
Developmental Reading Assessment 2
Informal Reading Inventory
Interest Inventories
Letter Name Knowledge
The Metacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategies Inventory
Miscue Analysis
Motivation to Read Profile
Multi-Dimensional Fluency Scale
Norm-Referenced Tests
Observations
Phonemic Segmentation
Phonological Awareness
Portfolios
Retelling Rubric
Running Records
Self-Perceptions as a Reader and Writer
Spelling Assessment
Strategy Self-Assessments
Student-Led Conferences
Summarization Rubric
Think-Aloud Analysis
Word Identification Assessment
Writing Rubric
Evaluating Student Performance Using Multiple Assessments
Summary
The Instructional Techniques
The Information for Each Technique
Ways to Use These Techniques
Techniques (listed alphabetically)
Alternate Writing
Analytic Phonics
Chunking
Cloze Instruction
Collaborative Reading
Concept Mapping
Concept-Oriented Reading Instruction
Contextual Processing
Decoding by Analogy
Digital Talking Books
Direct Experience Approach
Directed Reading Activity
Directed Reading-Thinking Activity
Experience-Text-Relationship
Explicit Teaching
Feature Analysis Grid
Framed Rhyming Innovations
Generative-Reciprocal Inference Procedure
Graphic Organizers
Group Investigation Approach
Guided Reading
Imagery Instruction
Implicit Teaching
Impress Method
Interactive Writing
Internet Inquiry
Journal Writing
K-W-L
Language Experience Approach
Listening-Thinking Activity
Literature Discussions
Making Words
Making and Writing Words
Metaphors
Multisensory Approaches
Paired Reading
Phonogram Approach
Prediction Strategy Instruction
Process Writing
Question-and-Answer Relationships
Question-Generation Strategy
Questioning the Author
Readers Theater
Reciprocal Teaching
Repeated Readings
ReQuest
Retelling
Retrospective Miscue Analysis
Say Something
Semantic Mapping
Sentence Combining
Shared Reading Approach
Sight-Word Approach
Sound Boxes
SQ3R
Story Drama
Story Mapping
Story Writing Approach
Strategy Instruction
Summary Experience Approach
Summarization
Synthetic Phonics
Thematic-Inquiry Approach
Think-Aloud Approach
Visualization
Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy
Word Sorts
Word Walls
Administering an Informal Reading Assessment
Predictable Book List
High Interest Series Books
Online Resources
Glossary
Reference
Index

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