Reading Principles_Theory

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9 Principles to Content Area Literacy 1. Background knowledge 2. Active reading, listening and learning 3. Discussion and instructional conversations 4. Metacognition and strategic learning 5. Writing and learning 6. The author’s craft: Text Structure 7. Organization and learning 8. Teacher modeling and explanation 9. Teaching for understanding
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9 Principles can be Categorized into 3 Headings 1. Building on Prior Knowledge: - The single most powerful determinant of comprehension is background knowledge 2. Active Learning: - An active engaged classroom – minds active even more than the
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Unformatted text preview: bodies- Discussions are a major part of learning- Writing 3. Metacognition:- Metacognition awareness- Teacher demonstrations- Understanding author’s craft- Organizing information- Critical thinking 9 Principles as “Theory” Cognitive – metacognition Social Cultural - cooperative learning Schema - building or activating prior knowledge Constructivism—learning by doing Scaffolding Multiple Intelligences The strategies might use more than one theory!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course RDG 323 taught by Professor Frambaugh-kritzer during the Spring '11 term at ASU.

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