1 edition of Differentiated literacy instruction found in the catalog.
Differentiated literacy instruction
Julie W. Ankrum
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Julie W. Ankrum, Indiana University of Pennsylvania|
|LC Classifications||LB1573.45 .A65 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 196 pages|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2016033125|
This week planner is chockfull of resources to help teachers streamline and focus differentiated instruction. Designed by an award-winning teacher whose specialty is differentiation, this essential planner includes: • a large planning grid with mini-planning checklists for each week • a differentiation planning guide and lesson plan template• quick-tip guides and checklists for. Differentiated instruction-matching just-right instruction to the needs of each learner-is a powerful and effective way to help all students be successful. In this resource, reading expert, Laura Robb, invites you into her classroom so you can see differentiated reading instruction in action. She shows you how to teach and manage whole-class reading where each student reads a different book.
This book provides a research-based framework for making differentiated instruction work in the primary grades. It includes scientifically validated techniques for teaching each component of the beginning reading program. Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement This classic book by Ceri B. Dean, Elizabeth Ross Hubbell, Howard Pitler, and Bj Stone covers nine practices that can provide high yields in learning. All of them can be differentiated by simply giving students options so they can make their own choices.
This book provides a research-based framework for making differentiated instruction work in the primary grades. It includes scientifically validated techniques for teaching each component of the beginning reading program. The authors describe how to use assessment to form differentiated small groups and monitor student progress; plan which skills to target and when; and implement . 2. Creating a Climate for Literacy Learning 3. Knowing the Adolescent Literacy Learner 4. Functional Literacy 5. Content-Area Literacy 6. Technological Literacy 7. Innovative Literacy 8. Managing Instruction in the Differentiated Literacy Classroom References and Additional Resources. IndexPrice: $
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Differentiated Reading Instruction is not that kind of book--rather, it's a 'bible' of reading instruction for the primary grades. Teachers will consult this book on a regular basis: It will help drive their reading instruction, not sit on their shelves."--Harri Wasch, MEd, Literacy Coordinator, Paul H.
Cale Elementary School, Charlottesville Cited by: 9. "This book is genuinely useful for improving fourth- and fifth-grade literacy instruction. The sample daily schedules are quite helpful in organizing grade-level instruction and differentiated instruction for a variety of reading levels.
I particularly appreciate the focus on vocabulary development.3/5(2). Book Description. The goal of this book is to answer the question What is differentiated instruction?It offers pre-service and in-service teachers the background and foundational skills they will need to understand, plan for, and achieve effective differentiated literacy instruction in their classrooms, based on individual student needs.
In teaching reading, one size does not fit all. Today's schools serve children from a variety of families and backgrounds, with a variety of learning strengths and needs.
Differentiated instruction is a flexible and individual approach to instruction. When a teacher reaches out to an individual or small group and varies her teaching to create the best learning experience.
After a brief warm-up exercise, and a read aloud for enjoyment, I introduce an essential component of my approach to differentiated reading instruction — the teaching read aloud. To be certain that I am reaching every student in my class, I use the read aloud to model how I apply reading strategies and to show students how to use questioning.
Differentiated instruction is based on the premise that instructional approaches should vary and be adapted in relation to individual and diverse students.
This brief looks at how differentiation strategies applied to reading can be designed to help students learn a range of skills including, phonics, comprehension, fluency, word prediction, and story prediction.
Pros and cons of differentiated instruction. The benefits of differentiation in the classroom are often accompanied by the drawback of an ever-increasing workload. Here are a few factors to keep in mind: Pros. Research shows differentiated instruction is effective for high-ability students as well as students with mild to severe disabilities.
In fact, according to Reading Next:A Vision for Action and Research in Middle and High School Literacy (Snow & Biancarosa, ), "a full 70 percent of U. middle and high school students require differentiated instruction, which is instruction targeted to their individual strengths and weaknesses".
The goal of this book is to answer the question What is differentiated instruction?It offers pre-service and in-service teachers the background and foundational skills they will need to understand, plan for, and achieve effective differentiated literacy instruction in their classrooms, based on individual student by: 1.
An important component of differentiated instruction is the use of scaffolds (provided to all or some students) that are gradually released as students become more proficient with reading and writing skills. Differentiated instruction and the use of scaffolds are elements in a teaching model that is embedded in all Keys to Literacy professional.
The analogy familiarized the concepts of differentiated instruction to the reader and made the more comfortable in using the technique. Knowles () applied the principles of differentiated instruction to a reading curriculum based on the premise that every student is unique.
Differentiated Kindergarten is a participant in Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites. Tens of thousands of K–3 teachers have relied on this book--now revised and expanded with more than 50% new material--to plan and deliver effective literacy instruction tailored to each student's needs.
The authors provide a detailed framework for implementing differentiated small-group instruction over multiweek cycles. “We know differentiated instruction helps us reach all learners. In this book, Jules Csillag gives us a variety of strategies to differentiate reading using technology tools.
Using guidelines inspired by UDL, she helps the reader understand how UDL fits with differentiation using multiple means of representation, vocabulary, and ways of.
Differentiated Reading Instruction: Strategies and Technology Tools to Help All Students Improve This practical guide brings together evidence-based principles for differentiated reading instruction and user-friendly tech tools, to help middle level students grow as readers in fun, interactive, and engaging ways.
Differentiated Reading Instruction in Grades 4 and 5 Strategies and Resources (Book): Walpole, Sharon: "With a unique focus on grades 4 and 5, this book explains how to design and implement a research-based reading program that helps all students build major literacy skills (word recognition, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension).
The expert authors present ready-to-use. Student texts can be used to guide student understanding of essential questions. Who a student reads with, what text(s) a student reads, why he or she reads it, and what thinking we ask students to do with the text(s) can be differentiated according to the literacy needs of our students.
Differentiated Instruction: An Introduction > Module 4 > Reading: Key Elements of Differentiated Instruction Page | 2 _____ Process Tomlinson and Imbeau () define process as “how students come to understand and make sense of the content” (p.
15). Mondo Publishing provides K-5 educators with research-based literacy resources, amazing books, and excellent professional development. Focusing on elementary literacy Mondo's literacy materials include support for intervention, shared reading - big books, guided reading, oral language, foundational skills, and writing.
Resources are available in English and Spanish. "This book is genuinely useful for improving fourth- and fifth-grade literacy instruction. The sample daily schedules are quite helpful in organizing grade-level instruction and differentiated instruction for a variety of reading levels.
I particularly appreciate the focus on vocabulary : Guilford Publications, Inc. Differentiated Instruction in the English Classroom - This is Chapter 1 of a book by the same name by authors Barbara King-Shaver and Alyce Hunter (Heinemann).
Literature Circle For using Literature Circles as a means of differentiating instruction, these resources may be beneficial: Web Resources, Roles and Templates, Black Line Masters.Differentiated Reading Instruction • and/or scripted reading program, many of which provide little support and time for differentiated reading instruction (Block, Parris, Reed, Whiteley, & Cleveland, ; DeWitz, Jones, & Leahy, ).
As a result, teachers may need more guidance. Offering step-by-step guidance to simplify planning and decision making, this book reviews the basics of differentiated reading instruction and provides detailed, ready-to-use lesson plans and materials to help teachers hit the ground running.
Teachers get everything they need to implement four types of instructional groups over multiple three-week cycles.