9 Principles to Content Area Literacy
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Background knowledge Active reading, listening and learning Discussion and instructional conversations Metacognition and strategic learning Writing and learning The authors craft: Text Struc
First and Most Important Instructional Decision a Teacher can Implement GETTING TO KNOW YOUR STUDENTS
(Person-Centered, Humanistic Orientation)
It is WHO we teach not WHAT we teach!
Honoring Students Name and, Therefore, Their Identities
How did Word Splash enhance your comprehension experience?
This strategy provides an Intellectual Hook. Students are motivated to read the selected readings when they have background knowledge about the topic and understand the vocab
What does that mean? That is a frequent question that is asks by an Active reader. I sometimes
refer to myself as a passive reader. I seem to miss or overlook the authors point of view. An
active reader goes thru the story and highlight key points. The pa
Childrens Literature PPT
Childrens literature is literature written for and enjoyed by youth between infancy and
the age of 13
o Youth between infancy and the age of 13
Childrens literature includes: