chapter 2 literacy event

chapter 2 literacy event - (Allington, 2002) What We Bring...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Literacy Event Chapter 2
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Effective Teachers Provide Time for reading and not doing worksheets Opportunities for reading texts of interest Ample demonstrations and modeling  strategies  Higher level thinking questions and the  opportunity to ask questions  
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Effective Teachers Provide  (cont.) A choice of tasks that require students to  integrate reading, writing, thinking, speaking,  and listening An assessment of process as well as product
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Unformatted text preview: (Allington, 2002) What We Bring to the Reading Event Background knowledge or schemata Literacy background Use of language systems Motivation Learning styles Three Levels of Text Difficulty Independent reading level Instructional reading level Frustration reading level Matching Children and Books Whats your purpose? Leveling Systems Age Grade Lexiles DRA F&P/Guided Reading Fry Readability...
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