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Reading Specialists in Real World

Reading Specialists in Real World - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0205342563

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ISBN13: 978-0205342563
ISBN10: 0205342566
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Edition/Copyright: 03
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Published: 2003
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Reading Specialists in Real World - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0205342563

MaryEllen Vogt and Brenda A. Shearer

ISBN13: 978-0205342563
ISBN10: 0205342566
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 03
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.

Published: 2003
International: No
Summary

This research-based text, written from a sociocultural perspective, describes the diverse and evolving roles of reading specialists.

This is the only text on the market that prepares teachers to become reading specialists discussing the roles of diagnostician, intervention provider, curriculum designer, professional developer, coach/mentor/supervisor, literacy program evaluator, and action researcher.

This text may also be used for professional development by reading specialists, and to prepare administrators to coordinate, implement, and evaluate programs for teaching reading/language arts.

Features:

  • Chapter overviews at the beginning of each chapter provide graphic overviews of the chapters' content.
  • "Learning Goals" provide the reader with clear objectives for learning and offer an opportunity for the reader to include his/her own personal goals.
  • Vignettes open each chapter, featuring real teaching situations relating to the chapter topic.
  • Each chapter features "Thinking Points," questions for reflection that guide the reader in connecting vignettes to the chapter content.
  • "Group Inquiry Activities" are integrated throughout the text to prompt discussion within small groups in class and to allow professors to assign home projects.
  • "Portfolio Projects" are given at the end of every chapter, encouraging students to create mini-portfolios based on their learning.
  • Forms and samples of the Needs Assessment Survey, a blank and completed Diagnostic Teaching Profile (DTP), sample two year plans, professional development plans, and inservice agenda and evaluations are included to illustrate which materials are necessary for reading specialists.

Author Bio

Vogt, MaryEllen : California State University, Long Beach

Shearer, Brenda A. : The University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

Table of Contents

Preface.

I: THE READING SPECIALIST: TEACHER, DIAGNOSTICIAN, AND INTERVENTION PROVIDER.

1. Examining the Historical Context for Teaching Reading.

2. Establishing a Literacy Team and Developing a Vision Statement.

3. Assessing School/District Needs, Establishing Goals, and Developing a Plan.

4. Implementing a Diagnostic Teaching Model.

5. Providing Intervention for Students Who Experience Difficulty with Literacy Acquisition and Processes.

II: THE READING SPECIALIST: RESOURCE TEACHER AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPER.

6. Implementing a Culturally Responsive Reading/Language Arts Program in Elementary Schools

7. Implementing Adolescent Literacy Programs in Middle Schools, High Schools, and in the Content Areas.

8. Selecting and Evaluating Instructional Materials and Technology Resources.

III: THE READING SPECIALIST: COACH, MENTOR, SUPERVISOR, AND INSERVICE PROVIDER.

9. Serving as Cognitive Coach, Mentor, and Supervisor.

10. Planning and Providing Professional Development.

IV: THE READING SPECIALIST: LITERACY LEADER, RESEARCHER, AND AGENT OF CHANGE.

11. Working with Families, the Community, and Adult Literacy.

12. Moving the Field Forward: Leadership, Teacher Research, and Change Agent.

References.

Appendixes.

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