Lift Up Through Literacy Training Manuel

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Lift Up Through Literacy Training Manuel

  1. 1. Lift Up Through Literacy http://www.protopage.com/assessmentsystem The resources on this protopage are a collection of websites that have been either created or identified as useful in supporting adolescent literacy. They are websites that will identify student’s literacy strengths, support literacy growth, and provide learning strategies that allow students to have greater access to content area knowledge. Notice: Tabs open and close when you click on them The double arrowed tab next to the help button, opens and closes the folders. v v Notes:
  2. 2. Literacy Assessment and Resources This second section of Lift Up Through Literacy is divided up into six individual tabs: Critical Reading Reading Comprehension Reading Fluency Writing Development Writing Fluency Word Study Each tab contains a brief definition, resources for assessments, strategies, and teacher material. The bookmarks contain podcasts, videos, handouts, and links to other websites.
  3. 3. Critical Reading What does it say, how does it say it, what does it mean, what’s the connection to me? Profundity: Steps to deeper understanding of the text.
  4. 4. Reading Comprehension This section will help you identify your strengths in the area of Reading Comprehension. Follow the links to the left for more information.
  5. 5. Reading Fluency quot;Fluency is more than reading fast: it is reading at an appropriately fast rate with good expression and phrasing that reflects solid understanding of the passage. Since fluency is multidimensional, methods of assessment must capture its multidimensional nature. This booklet provides a broad definition of reading fluency, one that shows its connection to word decoding and comprehension, and presents some simple but effective methods for assessing student reading progress both in fluency and general achievement.quot; - Timothy V. Rasinski, Ph.D.
  6. 6. Procedures for keeping a Reading Fluency Record:
  7. 7. Writing Development Using the Writing Process to create published works in different genres.
  8. 8. Writing Fluency The ability to use language easily and accurately. Automaticity Volume and Stamina Frequency Engagement
  9. 9. Word Study Word Study is designed to teach pronunciation, definition, and usage of vocabulary, as well as spelling.

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