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Strategies for Reading Assessment and Instruction : Helping Every Child Succeed

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2nd
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9780130988997

ISBN10:
0130988995
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2003
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

Written by authors well known for their expertise in the field, the second edition of this complete resource offers a wide-ranging compendium of research-validated assessment tools and reading practices--all based on the most recent trend in reading education,comprehensive reading instruction. Coverage encompasses the issues involved in reading instruction, past and present, and relates these issues to current best practices in such areas as phonological awareness (phonemic awareness, phonics, the alphabetic principle), comprehension, fluency, and others. The book's easy-to-use format invites involvement, and rewards the reader with concrete answers to the question of how to teach reading and writing effectively and interestingly. For practicing and future teachers preparing themselves for the diversity of today's classrooms--especially ELL, ESL, and bilingual students.

Author Biography

D. Ray Reutzel is currently the Emma Eccles Jones Endowed Chair and Distinguished Professor of Early Childhood Education and Director of the Emma Eccles Jones Center for Early Childhood Education at Utah State University.

Table of Contents

Section I FOCUS ON COMPREHENSIVE READING INSTRUCTION
No Child Left &hind: Comprehensive Reading Instruction
1(24)
The Reading Wars: A Time of Turmoil in Reading Instruction
2(2)
Balanced Reading Instruction: Attempted Compromise, Confused Message
4(8)
The Milestones of Reading Development: Knowing Which Skills to Teach and When
12(5)
Comprehensive Reading Instruction: Purposeful Assessment
17(3)
An Invitation...
20(1)
Selected References
21(4)
Classroom Reading Assessment
25(28)
Learning Fundamentals
26(5)
Principles of Classroom Reading Assessment
31(3)
Finding Out What Kids Can Do: Basic Assessment Strategies
34(7)
Comprehension Assessment Basics: Using Retellings
41(1)
Analyzing Assessment Information: If-Then Thinking
42(8)
Only the Beginning...
50(1)
Selected References
50(3)
Understanding Reading Instruction
53(30)
Reading to, With, and by Children
53(1)
Reading to Children
54(8)
Reading With Children
62(11)
Reading by Children
73(6)
Library Corner
79(1)
Selected References
79(4)
Section II ORGANIZING FOR INSTRUCTION
Organizing for Effective Reading Instruction
83(36)
Creating Effective Classrooms
83(17)
Scaffolding Classroom Reading Instruction (K-2): The Primary Grades Literacy Workshop
100(7)
Scaffolding Classroom Reading Instruction (3-6): The Reading Workshop
107(9)
Selected References
116(3)
Section III ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
Oral Language Assessment and Development
119(22)
Background Briefing for Teachers
119(5)
Assessing Oral Language Development
124(6)
Teaching Strategies for Developing Oral Language
130(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Oral Reading
131(8)
Selected References
139(2)
Children's Concepts About Print
141(30)
Background Briefing for Teachers
142(3)
Assessing Children's Concepts about Print
145(6)
Instructional Interventions and Strategies: Helping Every Student Learn the Concepts about Print
151(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Concepts about Print
152(12)
Additional Strategies for English Language Learners
164(2)
Including All Students
166(1)
Selected References
167(4)
Phonemic Awareness and Alphabetic Principle
171(24)
Background Briefing for Teachers
171(2)
Assessment Category I: Assessing Phonemic Awareness
173(5)
Assessment Category II: Assessing Letter Knowledge
178(2)
Assessment Category III: Assessing Alphabetic Principle Knowledge
180(2)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Phonemic Awareness and Alphabetic Principle
182(1)
Intervention Category I: Strategies for Teaching Phonemic Awareness
183(4)
Intervention Category II: Strategy for Learning about Letters
187(2)
Intervention Category III: Teaching the Alphabetic System
189(1)
Additional Strategies for English Language Learners
190(2)
Selected References
192(3)
Phonics and Word Attack Skills
195(30)
Background Briefing for Teachers
196(6)
When to Teach Specific Phonics and Other Word Attack Skills: The Scope of Instruction
202(2)
Assessing Phonics and Word Attack Knowledge
204(7)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Phonics and Word Attack Skills
211(1)
Teaching Strategies: Helping Students Increase Phonics and Word Attack Knowledge
212(10)
Selected References
222(3)
Teaching and Assessing Vocabulary Development
225(28)
Background Briefing for Teachers
226(3)
Assessing Vocabulary Knowledge
229(2)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Vocabulary Development
231(1)
Teaching Strategies: Helping Students Increase Their Reading Vocabularies
232(18)
Selected References
250(3)
Story Comprehension
253(40)
Background Briefing for Teachers
253(2)
Assessing Children's Story Comprehension
255(17)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Story Comprehension
272(1)
Instructional Interventions and Strategies: Helping Every Student Comprehend Stories
273(13)
Additional Strategies for English Language Learners
286(1)
Including All Students
287(2)
Selected References
289(4)
Reading Comprehension: Information Texts
293(28)
Background Briefing for Teachers
294(1)
Assessing Knowledge of Expository Text Patterns
294(8)
Instructional Interventions and Strategies: Developing Readers and Writers of Expository Text
302(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Expository Text Reading
303(16)
Selected References
319(2)
Developing Research and Reference Skills
321(26)
Background Briefing for Teachers
322(1)
Assessing Student Knowledge of Research and Reference Skills
322(4)
Teaching Students Research and Reference Skills
326(2)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Developing Research and Reference Skills
328(18)
Selected References
346(1)
Writing and Reading
347(28)
Background Briefing for Teachers
347(1)
Assessing Writing Development
348(3)
Other Activities for Assessing Reading-Writing Connections
351(5)
Teaching Strategies
356(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Writing and Reading
357(9)
Writing Connections with Books: Drawing Students Closer
366(4)
Bookmaking and Publishing Activities
370(3)
Selected References
373(2)
Reading Fluency
375(22)
Background Briefing for Teachers
376(2)
Assessing Children's Reading Fluency
378(5)
Developing Reading Fluency for All Children
383(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Reading Fluency
384(8)
Additional Strategies for English Language Learners
392(1)
Including All Students
393(1)
Selected References
394(3)
Literature Response
397(42)
Background Briefing for Teachers
397(3)
Assessing Readers' Responses to Literature
400(21)
Responding to Reading for All Children
421(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Literature Response
422(12)
Additional Strategies for English Language Learners
434(1)
Including All Students
435(1)
Selected References
436(3)
Section IV GOING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM WALLS
Getting Families Involved: A Primer
439(18)
Background Briefing for Teachers
440(2)
Activities Matched to Grade Levels
442(1)
Family and Community Involvement Activities
442(1)
Part I: Providing Materials and Strategies for the Home
442(1)
Intervention Strategy Guide for Getting Families Involved
443(8)
Part II: Community Involvement
451(4)
Selected References
455(2)
Name Index 457(6)
Subject Index 463

Excerpts

After years of intense debate in the "reading wars," the swinging pendulum of fads and fancy in reading instruction seems to be settling into a more inclusive and complete view.Comprehensive reading instructionis now regarded by most classroom teachers and reading scholars as the only viable position to take in relation to philosophy and classroom practice (see, for example, Pearson, 1999; Pressley, 2002; Rayner, Foorman, Perfetti, & Seidenberg, 2002). As we have continued to work in real-world classrooms, it has become increasingly apparent that children, and the profession itself, can benefit from this settling of the pendulum oncomprehensive reading instruction. For the second edition ofStrategies for Reading Assessment and Instruction,our intent was to compose a book containing the best research-proven assessment and teaching strategies from the field of comprehensive reading instruction. This is a ready reference to assist classroom teachers in identifying and solving problems encountered by students as they advance on the path of becoming fluent, strategic, and successful readers. Each chapter is self-contained and, starting with Chapter 5, includes these special segments: Brief research updatesthat serve as a kind of "executive summary for teachers." Assessment strategiesand tools for determining each child's reading needs and abilities. An Intervention Strategy Guidefor linking assessment findings for each student to the teaching strategies that can help them grow and succeed as readers. Highly effective teaching strategiesfrom the research on comprehensive reading instruction in such areas as alphabetics (i.e., phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, phonics), comprehension, fluency, and much more. Special strategies for English Language Learners(ELL, ESL, bilingual). Accommodations for students with special needs. FOR THE PRACTICING EDUCATOR Classroom reading teachers will also discover thatStrategies for Reading Assessment and Instructionprovides an extensive compendium of research-validated practices and assessment tools to (1) inform your daily instruction, (2) meet the needs of individual learners, and (3) develop an understanding of the essentials of comprehensive reading instruction. For those who teach in special education resource rooms, Title I reading programs, and university reading clinics, this volume likewise provides a wide-ranging collection of strategies to assist students with special needs. ADVANTAGES FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS For preservice teachers, this second edition ofStrategies for Reading Assessment and Instructionoffers a practical resource for understanding past and present issues in reading instruction and assessment. It also provides ready-to-use assessment tools and related instructional strategies you can use in your field experiences in reading instruction, clinical experiences, and student teaching assignments. AS A TOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS Strategies for Reading Assessment and Instructionis an ideal tool for ongoing professional development. This book contains the latest in research on comprehensive reading instruction, highly effective assessment, and teaching strategies, and presents this information in an easy-to-use format that makes the implementation of new methods in the classroom quick and easy. In fact, the first edition ofStrategies for Reading Assessment and Instructionwas used as the primary resource in literally hundreds of workshop sessions on comprehensive reading instruction across the United States.


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