Classroom Program to Develop Academic Literacy

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Classroom Program to Develop Academic Literacy

  1. 1. Elements of a Comprehensive Classroom Program to Develop Academic Literacy TED 406 Teaching Secondary Reading Jill A. Aguilar
  2. 2. READING IS THINKING
  3. 3. Teaching Reading is Teaching Thinking Reading Instruction Vocabulary Development Grammar Instruction Independent Choice Reading Pre- Assessment Writing Instruction Post- Assessment
  4. 4. Pre-Assessment What do they know? What can they do? What are they Interested in? Then we can properly design instruction…
  5. 5. Vocabulary Development Students must increase their vocabulary at the rate of about 3,000 words per year!
  6. 6. Vocabulary Development Since teachers can’t teach that many words, they must select which words they do teach.
  7. 7. Grammar Instruction We are evaluated based on our language use.
  8. 8. Grammar Instruction How do you want your students to be evaluated?
  9. 9. Independent Choice Reading
  10. 10. Independent Choice Reading Drop Everything & Read
  11. 11. Independent Choice Reading Drop Everything & Read Silent Sustained Reading
  12. 12. Independent Choice Reading Drop Everything & Read Silent Sustained Reading Book Talks
  13. 13. Independent Choice Reading Drop Everything & Read Silent Sustained Reading Book Talks Literature Circles
  14. 14. Reading Instruction Structured Reading Lesson Reciprocal Teaching Text Sets
  15. 15. Reading Instruction Text Sets
  16. 16. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Reciprocal Teaching Sample
  17. 17. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Skilled reading requires: 1. Predicting 2. Questioning 3. Clarifying 4. Summarizing Summarizer Questioner Predictor Clarifier
  18. 18. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Predictor
  19. 19. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Questioner
  20. 20. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Clarifier
  21. 21. Reading Instruction Reciprocal Teaching Summarizer
  22. 25. Reading Instruction Structured Reading Lesson Before Reading During Reading After Reading Prepare the reader Focus and engage the reader Help the reader think about the reading
  23. 26. Reading Instruction Structured Reading Lesson During Reading Prepare the reader -Anticipatory Activities -Building Vocabulary
  24. 27. Reading Instruction Structured Reading Lesson During Reading Focus and engage the reader -Read Alouds and Shared Reading -Questioning -Graphic Organizers -Taking Notes and Notemaking
  25. 28. Reading Instruction Structured Reading Lesson After Reading Help the reader think about the reading -Discuss, summarize, connect, create, etc. -Writing to Learn -Process Writing
  26. 29. Writing Instruction Writing Instruction The Writing Process PREWRITING WRITING REVISING EDITING PUBLISHING EVALUATING
  27. 30. Developing Academic Literacy Post- Assessment What have we learned? What do we need still to learn? How do we need to learn it?
  28. 31. Teaching Reading is Teaching Thinking Reading Instruction Vocabulary Development Grammar Instruction Independent Choice Reading Pre- Assessment Writing Instruction Post- Assessment

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