This book offers frameworks to help teachers implement those practices in their own schools. It is suitable for professional learning communities, study groups, and individual teachers.
Author: Suzanne Plaut
Challenges educators to view adolescent literacy as a 'civil right' that enables students to understand essential content and to develop as independent learners. This book offers frameworks to help teachers implement those practices in their own schools. It is suitable for professional learning communities, study groups, and individual teachers.
It is agreed that primary education , like literacy , is a universal human right ; the
MDGs aim for universal primary completion ... Yet governments everywhere
allocate many more resources to a secondary school student – and even more to
Author: John Oxenham
The fourth goal set by the Dakar Forum on Education for All (EFA) in 2000 aimed to 'achieve a 50 per cent improvement in levels of adult literacy by 2015, especially for women, and equitable access to basic and continuing education for all adults'. However, the EFA Global Monitoring Report for 2006 estimated that 50 countries were at risk or serious risk of not achieving this goal. Despite a century of experience in running adult literacy programmes, the empirical comparative evidence on what makes for the most effective strategies, teaching methods and learning materials remains surprisingly scarce. This paper therefore uses what hard evidence there is to discuss the options that education and curriculum planners can consider, whether they are governmental or non-governmental. Starting from the operational meaning of ’literacy' and the implications of a human right to literacy, this publication looks at what can realistically be expected from a literacy project and explores the different options available to education policy-makers and national development planners to ensure that their own countries do achieve this literacy goal
There is ample evidence that secondary education (or its equivalent) and literacy
programmes can nonetheless play a ... with the necessary knowledge, attitudes
and skills to make qualitative improvements to their lives and to claim their rights.
They read such magazines as Arts and Activities, School Arts, Popular
Photography, Digital ENGLISH, Camera, PC Photo ... strategies presented in
Chapters 4, 5, 6, 9, and 11 can be used to help art students develop appropriate literacy skills.
Author: Betty Roe
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Well known for its detailed and practical explanations of reading, writing, and study strategies, SECONDARY SCHOOL LITERACY INSTRUCTION is required reading for all non-literacy teaching majors. Its motivational pedagogy especially appeals to pre-service teachers, who quickly realize that the text will help them improve their students' progress. Two hallmark chapters on content area teaching have brought this text wide acclaim for its unique application of literacy and study skills in all secondary subject areas. The text also is recognized for its proven pedagogy, including Meeting the Challenge, which puts ideas into classroom practice, and Focus on English Language Learners and Focus on Struggling Readers, which highlight important applications for these special needs learners in easy-to-locate sections in each chapter. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
This essential guide to the EL Education K-5 Language Arts Curriculum is one part roadmap to the curriculum, one part orientation to its instructional practices, and one part coach--to answer your questions, relieve your stress, and put you ...
Author: Libby Woodfin
This essential guide to the EL Education K-5 Language Arts Curriculum is one part roadmap to the curriculum, one part orientation to its instructional practices, and one part coach--to answer your questions, relieve your stress, and put you and your students on the path to success. Your Curriculum Companion explores the foundations of the curriculum, including the principles and research it was built on and the instructional practices that make it unique. The book is designed to help you "look under the hood" at practices embedded throughout the curriculum so that you can sharpen your instruction, support students to be leaders of their own learning, and make well-informed changes necessary to best meet your students' needs. Key features of Your Curriculum Companion include: Twenty-seven accompanying videos--see the curriculum in action Task cards for guidance on how to plan when the planning has been done for you The why, what, and how of the K-2 Reading Foundations Skills Block A deep dive into the purpose and structure of close reading and close read-alouds, including two sample annotated lessons. An exploration of the relationship between reading and writing and how the curriculum is designed to help students become strong communicators, including an annotated "read-think-talk-write" lesson. Detailed descriptions of the ways in which English language learners and other students who may need additional support are challenged, engaged, and empowered throughout the curriculum. Guidance for turning evidence of student progress into usable data that can inform your instruction. Support for school leaders
Provides basic info. for teachers in primary and secondary schools who want to foster awareness and knowledge of human rights and the sense of reciprocity and universality upon which it is based and some practical activities.
Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Provides basic info. for teachers in primary and secondary schools who want to foster awareness and knowledge of human rights and the sense of reciprocity and universality upon which it is based and some practical activities. Chapters: human rights literacy; role-plays and brainstorming; confidence and social respect; trust; protecting life -- the individual in soc.; peace and the right to life; development and the environ.; gov't. and the law; the freedoms of thought, conscience, religion, opinion and expression; the freedom to meet and take part in public affairs; econ. develop. and well-being; soc. and cultural wellbeing; discrim. -- color or race, gender, minority group status; and disability.
Teachers need the right resources in their classrooms for engaging students in reading. This book is a veritable encyclopedia of literacy strategies secondary teachers can apply to all content areas immediately.
Author: Jan Rozzelle
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Are there students in your classroom who have hit the reading wall? Studies indicate comprehension regresses in many students once they reach middle school. Teachers need the right resources in their classrooms for engaging students in reading. This book is a veritable encyclopedia of literacy strategies secondary teachers can apply to all content areas immediately. It integrates key strategies, research from top literacy experts, and proven intervention practices.
The right of all Nigerians to education has also featured in successive Nigerian
Constitutions in Chapter 2 , Section 18 in the case of ... to basic education , which
is defined in Nigeria to include also the three years of junior secondary school . to
The global goals set at ... With respect to literacy , the NPA aimed to cut the
female illiteracy rate from an estimated 61 percent to 30.5 percent by the year
13 : Proportion of Secondary School Enrolment by Class and Age Not in Sec . ...
5 2 Following the bolded figures in a diagonal , only 6 percent of the students
attended senior 1 at the right age . ... Females in the in the Northern Region have
the least 29 The 2002 Population and Housing Census Education and Literacy.
This teacher taught a lesson on proverbs in which students were asked to narrate
a short story and then give an appropriate proverb to summarize it . Or the
teacher would write an incomplete proverb and then asked students to complete
In this updated edition, Puig and Froelich have provided some guiding thoughts based on experience and current literature to support schools in implementing a Response to Intervention/Instruction model effectively and efficiently with the ...
Author: Enrique A. Puig
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Expert coaches and anyone coaching for the first time will love the The Literacy Coach, 2/e! Reviewers Sum it up! "The framework in which this book is embedded is one of the more elegant ones in existence." Donna Alvermann, The University of Georgia "I found this book to be helpful to not only literacy coaches, but to classroom teachers who may want to become coaches or merely better understand their roles. I also believe building principals would find the book extremely useful...I only wish I had been given such access to all of this information five years ago!" Amy Ely, Brush Middle School What distinguishes The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction (2nd edition) from other worthwhile titles on the same topic is the authors' decision to avoid focusing on specific coaching models in favor of taking an ethnographic stance toward working with all literacy coaches, regardless of the model in which they find themselves. Take a peek inside... Addresses the needs of elementary, middle, and high school literacy coaches while considering Response to Intervention/Instruction Supports the professional development of literacy coaches by Giving a comprehensive look at how learners learn vs. just learning to read; Implementing the idea of categorizing coaching points (into three broad categories) to economize on time and attention; and Including three levels of observations (primary, secondary, and tertiary). Includes a description of the four cornerstones of any successful school reform model: students, teachers, administrators, and the literacy coach. Considers the NRP report and IRA's Standards for Literacy Coaches. Meet the Authors Enrique A. Puig is the Director of the Florida Literacy and Reading Excellence Center at the University of Central Florida. He is a certified Reading Recovery teacher and Literacy Collaborative trainer. In addition to being president of the Orange County Reading Council (Florida), Enrique serves as an elected board member of the American Reading Forum and continues to work with students. He is author of Guided Reading and Spanish Speaking Students (Scholastic). Kathy S. Froelich received her Ph.D. from Fordham University in New York and has provided professional development opportunities to teachers and literacy coaches at the national level. In addition to her years of classroom teaching experience, Kathy has taught at Agnes Scott College and Thomas University. She is currently teaching at Florida State University and is an independent consultant.
Further Results from the International Adult Literacy Survey OCSE = OECD.,
Nancy Darcovich, Organisation for ... The left - hand bar represents those whose
fathers have not completed upper secondary education , and the right - hand bar
Author: OCSE = OECD.
Publisher: Human Resources Development Canada
Category: Adult education
Literacy skills for the knowledge society, the second comparative report from the International Adult Literacy Survey, presents new findings for 12 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. Low literacy is a much larger problem than previously assumed in every country surveyed: from one-quarter to over one-half of the adult population fail to reach the threshold level of performance considered as a suitable minimum skill level for coping with the demands of modern life and work. There are significant differences among member countries in how literacy skills are distributed in the population. In some, performance is skewed towards exceptional achievement among a minority in the work force; in others skills are more evenly distributed, with fewer people on the lowest level. Differences in the skill profiles of nations have implications for continued economic prosperity, democracy and social cohesion because jobs in knowledge societies require high levels of skill. Improving the literacy skills of a large number of adults is a high priority everywhere, but how can this be done? This report suggests that active and daily practice at work and at home is the key. Employers in particular have a large role to play, because of the importance of the work environment to much adult learning.
Third , postsecondary education typically has been accorded “ privilege ” rather
than " right " status . ... Scientific Attitudes , * Scientific Literacy , Secondary Education , * Secondary School Science , * Self Concept , Student Attitudes The ...
by Bernard Ashley i 13 primary schools links between secondary school
librarians and feeder primary schools ... Bristol school ( Southcombe ) iii 122
Reynolds , Kimberley linking literacy and life iv 178 - 80 Ridley , Paul finding the right book ...
Together, the contributions in this book envision the English language arts classroom as a supportive environment for authentic inquiry and for the genuine democratic processes involved in grappling together with tough perennial and ...
Author: Elizabeth A. Kahn
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Inquiry Paths to Literacy Learning, a collection of chapters from secondary teachers and university researchers, offers English language arts teachers several models and considerations for how to design and implement inquiry-based teaching and learning. As the contributors demonstrate, an inquiry approach can significantly boost student achievement, understanding, and transfer of learning. The chapters in this collection present classroom-tested approaches, activities, and assignments that teachers can use right away, but that also serve as models for designing learning experiences that most engage and benefit learners. Focusing on issues that adolescents find consequential, the sample learning activities promote the development of complex literacy skills, engage students in evidence-based reasoning, and foster an environment of cooperation, collaboration, and respect for different points of view. Together, the contributions in this book envision the English language arts classroom as a supportive environment for authentic inquiry and for the genuine democratic processes involved in grappling together with tough perennial and contemporary issues.
This chapter will discuss the major issues and outline the basic principles of
middle and secondary school remedial reading instruction . Chapters ... The right
to read simply meant the right to achieve functional literacy in reading . If one
This book has a unique focus on secondary teachers." —Janet Crews, Secondary Instructional Coordinator Clayton School District, MO "A blueprint for successful teaching; an entire year of teaching methods in one volume.
Author: Rain Bongolan
Publisher: Corwin Press
An easy-to-use source for all the strategies you need to thrive in the secondary classroom! Leveraging a wealth of information from the New Teacher Center, this user-friendly guide provides a solid foundation for classroom management, lesson planning, and assessment. Teachers will learn step-by-step tips for organizing standards-based curriculum across the content areas, supported by extensive reproducible forms and go-to references. This new edition also includes: Lesson plans by exemplary math and language arts teachers Guidelines for clear homework procedures Strategies for working with struggling readers Tips for maintaining contact with parents A list of key resources for secondary teachers
KB , REP , LR Indeed , literacy coaching is playing an increasingly prominent role
in secondary schools ( Sturtevant ... and with the right instructional support ( from
teachers , from administrators , and from this person called a literacy coach ) , I ...
Author: G. Kylene Beers
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Adolescent Literacy discusses issues such as including English language learners, struggling readers, technology in the classroom, multimodal literacy, compelling writing instruction, teaching in a "flat world," engagement, and young adult literature. In addition Adolescent Literacy's assessment rubrics for teachers, administrators, and staff developers make it a resource for schoolwide and districtwide professional development, while its accompanying study guide is designed for small-group discussions. --From publisher's description.
The text also includes sections on Technology and the Teaching of Writing and English Language Learners.
Author: Arthur N. Applebee
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Backed by solid research, Writing Instruction That Works answers the following question: What is writing instruction today and what can it be tomorrow? This up-to-date, comprehensive book identifies areas of concern for the ways that writing is being taught in todays secondary schools. The authors offer far-reaching direction for improving writing instruction that assist both student literacy and subject learning. They provide many examples of successful writing practices in each of the four core academic subjects (English, mathematics, science, and social studies/history), along with guidance for meeting the Common Core standards. The text also includes sections on Technology and the Teaching of Writing and English Language Learners.