Teaching Reading and Language Arts: An Effective and High-Powered Approach
Research tells us that the teacher has the ability to make the difference in reading instruction, students’ reading ability, and also make a difference in the lives of their students. High-powered teachers are effective teachers who make a difference. They are also life-long learners who reflect, make decisions, and plan purposeful assessments, design authentic instruction, and engage their students in strategically planned collaborative activities that are designed to meet the needs of all of their students. Highpowered teachers know their students, their interests, learning styles, academic needs, and their learning levels. In this edition of, Reading and Language Arts, you will learn how to teach phonics, phonemic awareness, spelling, writing, language arts, reading strategies, engaging activities, comprehension strategies, vocabulary, fluency, differentiation, and assessment. You will learn the importance of reflecting, planning, building classroom rapport, and the importance of becoming a High-powered elementary and middle school reading teacher.
The first half of Reading and Language Arts is a step by step guide designed to teach young educators effective and proven strategies to teach reading, writing, and Language Arts with passion, and with creativity. Reading and Language Arts emphasizes the importance of, and also how to design differentiated instruction, assignments, and assessments. You will learn how to teach phonics at the very basic level of reading, how to implement daily reading strategies that engage young readers with the text, and also how to design collaborative reading activities that motivate all students while allowing them to experience learning through hands-on activities.
The second half of Reading and Language Arts emphasizes the importance of becoming a High-powered middle school reading teacher. You will learn to design age appropriate, purposeful, and authentic learning opportunities for all learners, as well as engaging strategies to motivate students while also building classroom rapport. Each chapter in both sections contain; research based information about designing effective reading instruction, the importance of planning, examples of engaging activities, insightful strategies, tiered vocabulary, parent and home connections, pages for student reflections and note taking, and also suggested readings for both the teacher and students.
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