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Brozo: Response to Intervention or Responsive Instruction Brozo: Response to Intervention or Responsive Instruction

Date added: 03/19/2010
Date modified: 03/19/2010
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Looking at secondary reading only through a disabilities lens reinforces stereotypes about the nature of reading for students in middle and high school.

 Keywords: USA; Response to Intervention approach (RTI);  content area literacy,  new multiliteracies, parameters of  literacy

Santa:  Adolescent Literacy;  Learning across the Content Areas Santa: Adolescent Literacy; Learning across the Content Areas

Date added: 03/19/2010
Date modified: 03/19/2010
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Four principles emerge as essential for helping students become more effective readers and learners: (1.) Classroom communities and relationships   (2.) Strategy instruction throughout the content areas.  (3)  A student framework for learning, and (4) Professional development

Alvermann: Effective Literacy Instruction for Adolescents Alvermann: Effective Literacy Instruction for Adolescents

Date added: 12/31/2009
Date modified: 12/31/2009
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This is a position paper for informing policy makers and the general public about what is important in the teaching of reading in the middle grades and high school.

Key words: good practice

 

Alvermann: Reading Adolescents’ Reading Identities: Looking Back to See Ahead Alvermann: Reading Adolescents’ Reading Identities: Looking Back to See Ahead

Date added: 12/31/2009
Date modified: 12/31/2009
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This article provides suggestions for how to implement a socially constructed model of reading while working with struggling adolescent readers.

Key words: social construction; teacher preparation; teachers’ professional development

 

 

Alvermann: Mediated Instruction Alvermann: Mediated Instruction

Date added: 12/31/2009
Date modified: 12/31/2009
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This paper introduces the concept of re/mediated instructions and presents some examples.

Keywords: self-concept, self-efficacy, student engagement, motivation, mediated instructions