More Than 100 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy
Elementary Reading Methods
"New and veteran teachers who embrace learner-centered literacy will find this material useful, practical, and inexpensive."
—Gayle Simoneaux, Teacher
Mimosa Park Elementary School, Luling, LA
"The book features an easy-to-understand format with lots of ways to incorporate literacy development into the classroom."
—Debbie Smith, Teacher
Lady's Island Elementary School, Beaufort, SC
Use research-based, student-centered strategies to nurture thoughtful, lifelong readers!
This updated edition of More Than 50 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy provides a user-friendly collection of methods and strategies for delivering effective literacy instruction. The authors include more than 100 practical techniques that are grounded in a constructivist, learner-centered approach and demonstrate how to develop:
- A rich environment that fosters vocabulary and reading skills
- Student interaction through strategies like Buddy Studies, Partner Biographies, and Story-Map Trios
- Fluency and comprehension by using predictable text, innovations on text, and more
- Student assessments through observations, anecdotal records, and open-ended questions
Aligned with National Reading Panel recommendations, this resource includes inventive ideas from master teachers to promote continuous improvement in literacy teaching and learning.
“Both new and veteran teachers who truly embrace learner-centered literacy in their classroom will find the material useful, practical, and inexpensive.”
"Gives lots of easy ways to incorporate literacy development into the classroom. The book's format makes it extremely easy to understand.”
it isthe best for my lesson plan so far
NOT SURE, LET ME READ OVER IT AGAIN AND CHECK THE LESSON PLANS
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter1: Designing a Literate Environment: Learning Language by Using It