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McAndrews, Stephanie L., 1964-
Diagnostic literacy assessments and instructional strategies : a literacy specialists resource / Stephanie L. McAndrews
Newark, Del. : International Reading Association, c2008
book jacket
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 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 372.6 McA    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Language arts -- Ability testing
Literacy -- Evaluation
Lesson planning
Physical Description xviii, 350 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-340) and index
Contents Chapter 1. An Introduction to Literacy Assessment and Instruction -- Chapter 2. Language and Vocabulary Development -- Chapter 3. Phonological Awarness, Phonics, Word Identification, and Emergent Text Concepts -- Chapter 4. Oral Reading and Fluency -- Chapter 5. Reading and Listening Comprehension -- Chapter 6. Emergent Writing and Writing Composition -- Chapter 7. Attitudes and Motivates
Summary Everything you need to understand, assess, and teach necessary literacy skills to grade K-8 children. This comprehensive text presents diagnostic literacy assessments and strategies for multiple standards-based literacy processes-including language and vocabulary devlopment, phonological awareness, fluency, comprehension, writing, and motivation-along with thorough explanations of each process and how to assess and reinforce essential skills. The book is intended to be useed by litercy specialists and classroom teachers together, so you'll find numberous resources to help you meet the individual needs of your students and colleagues
Series SOE Curriculum Lab

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