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Advanced Literacy Practices : From the Clinic to the Classroom.

Author: Evan Ortlieb; Earl H Cheek
Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013.
Series: Literacy research, practice and evaluation.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Advanced Literacy Practices: From the Clinic to the Classroom includes elements of designing literacy clinics, models of reading and writing practices, technology-based instruction, and frameworks for meeting the diverse needs of students. Recommendations are provided in this research-based practical guide for planning and instruction within literacy clinics.
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Ortlieb, Evan.
Advanced Literacy Practices : From the Clinic to the Classroom.
Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Evan Ortlieb; Earl H Cheek
ISBN: 9781781905043 1781905045
OCLC Number: 829459886
Notes: Graduate Students Reflect on Building Communities of Writers.
Description: 1 online resource (654 pages).
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Part 1: Foundational Elements; A Historical View of Student Learning and Teacher Development in Reading Clinics; Abstract; A Clinic by Any Other Name ... ; Reading clinics: Standing the test of time; Beginnings: From "dumb or lazy" to a medical model; Special students and special education; Trending with "what's hot"; Themes across time; Focus on assessments; Reading clinic as a refuge: The impact of Federal, state, and local mandates; Reflective practitioners; Infusing twenty-first century literacies; Looking ahead. Foundational components involved in designing an off-campus clinicUniversity-based model; Conclusion; References; Coaching for Success: UCF Enrichment Programs in Literacy; Abstract; The Development of the UCF Enrichment Programs in Literacy; Coaching for Success: How We Coach for Success; Coaching throughout the Data Collection Process; Coaching throughout the Data Analysis and Decision-Making Process; Coaching the Tutoring Delivery Process; Coaching Beyond the Clinic; Conclusion; References; Creating an Optimal Learning Environment for Struggling Readers; Abstract; Self-Determination theory. Reading motivationThe university of Maryland reading clinic; Conclusion; References; Part 2: Reading and Writing Elements; Vocabulary/Comprehension-Based Models of Reading Clinics; Abstract; Underlying Themes of Reading Failure; Large Vocabulary Benefits; Vocabulary Components for Remediation/Instruction; Comprehension Components for Remediation/Instruction; Conclusion; References; When kids can't read, what a focus on fluency can do: The reading clinic experience at Kent State University; Abstract; Fluency defined; The reading clinic; Schmoker's unfortunate realities (2006, pp. 17-18). Allington's principles of effective reading instruction (2002, pp. 740-747)Research question; Method; Assessment/Data collection; Data analysis; Discussion; Implications for classroom instruction; Children's success is our success; References; Building Writing Communities and Partnering with Families: Multiple Perspectives from a Writing Practicum; Abstract; Introduction; Designing the Writing Practicum; Planning with the School District; Building Communities of Writers; Graduate Students as Writers; Preparing to Write with Children and Families; Children's Writing.
Series Title: Literacy research, practice and evaluation.

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