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MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF ADOLESCENT LITERACY
a collection of eight essays that explains existing research on adolescent literacy, discussing fluency, responsive literacy teaching, performance with content area texts, and other related topics.

includes bibliographical references (p. 221-223) and index.;what can literacy leaders do to improve student engagement with reading and writing? -- what can literacy leaders do when low expectations have a negative impact on student motivation and achievement? -- what can literacy leaders do when data show that most students do not read or write on grade level? -- what can literacy leaders do to close the literacy achievement gap among groups of students within a school? -- how can literacy leaders capture and enhance student interest in technology to prepared them to use multiple literacies?

-- when literacy leaders observe in content area classrooms, what kinds of literacy support should they see? -- how can literacy leaders improve content area writing instruction and increase the amount of quality student writing in all content areas? -- what can literacy leaders do when instructional strategies are disconnected from learning goals, content objectives, or student needs? -- how can literacy leaders set up effective language and literacy development for adolescents who are english-language learners? -- what can literacyleaders do to provide a smooth and positive transition for n

ew students to ensure that students experience on going literacy development? -- what can literacy leaders do to get widespread, active support for a schoolwide literacy improvement effort? -- how can literacy leaders create a schedule that provides time for teacher collaboration and planning as well as adequate time for students to read, write, and learn? -- how can literacy leaders best develop teachers as potential leaders and mentors to their colleagues? -- how can literacy leaders help the school library media specialist supportand improve content area literacy instruction? -- how can li

teracy leaders better understand, value, and build upon the contributions that families and communities make to students' literacy development? -- how can literacy leaders sustain a schoolwide literacy improvement effort despite transition ofschool and district leaders or high teacher turnover?.
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New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOC.
Copyright
2009
Catalog ID
2664744
ISBN-10
087207689X
ISBN-13
9780872076891
Language
English
 


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