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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 canliteracy 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 thecontributions that families and communities make to students' literacy development? -- how can literacy leaders sustaina schoolwide literacy improvement effort despite transitionofschool and district leaders or high teacher turnover?.
Condition
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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