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Research-based practices for teaching common core literacy / edited by P. David Pearson, Elfrieda H. Hiebert.

Contributor(s): Pearson, P. David [editor.] | Hiebert, Elfrieda H.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Teachers College Press, 2015Description: xiii, 272 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Literacy -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- United States | Literacy -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- United States | Reading (Elementary) -- United States | Reading (Secondary) -- United States | Common Core State Standards (Education)DDC classification: 372.6
Contents:
Fifty years of reading comprehension theory and practice / P. David Pearson and Gina N. Cervetti -- The use of research in federal literacy policies / Barbara Kapinus and Richard Long -- Relevance of models of reading and common core state standards / Michael L. Kamil -- Oral language : the genesis and development of literacy for schooling and everyday life / Rosalind Horowitz -- Reading comprehension instruction : moving into a new era / Joanna P. Williams -- Common core state standards and multiple-source reading comprehension / Jay S. Blanchard and S. Jay Samuels -- Growth of motivations for cognitive processes of reading / John T. Guthrie -- Building a vocabulary program that really could make a significant contribution to students becoming college and career ready / Michael F. Graves -- Reading fluency : neglected, misunderstood, but still critical for proficient reading / Timothy Rasinski, David Paige, and James Nageldinger -- The potential impact of the common core state standards on reading volume / Richard L. Allington, Monica T. Billen, and Kimberly McCuiston -- Formative assessment : an evolution or revolution for classroom teachers? / Robert Calfee, Barbara Kapinus, and Kathleen Wilson -- Grounding common core teaching in proven practices : schoolwide efforts to close the achievement gap? / Barbara M. Taylor -- Changes in the texts of reading instruction during the past 50 years / Elfrieda H. Hiebert and Leigh Ann Martin -- Teachers or programs? : a historical perspective on where trust is placed in teaching reading / James V. Hoffman and P. David Pearson.
Summary: Bringing together perspectives from literacy luminaries, each addressing their specialty, this book offers an accessible fund of rich practices in literacy instruction. First, it assembles a body of knowledge and wisdom from leading literacy researchers who each draw from a long career in the field to address topics of central importance to good literacy instruction. Second, these research-to-practice leaders connect established best practices and foundational research to the current challenge of instruction to meet Common Core State Standards and other rigorous curriculum guidelines. The contributors point out strengths of the Common Core as well as issues and oversights of which educators should be aware. Closing chapters situate the Common Core within a continuum of educational policy and legislation.
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LC151 .R435 2015 (Browse shelf) Available 0000002099885

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Fifty years of reading comprehension theory and practice / P. David Pearson and Gina N. Cervetti -- The use of research in federal literacy policies / Barbara Kapinus and Richard Long -- Relevance of models of reading and common core state standards / Michael L. Kamil -- Oral language : the genesis and development of literacy for schooling and everyday life / Rosalind Horowitz -- Reading comprehension instruction : moving into a new era / Joanna P. Williams -- Common core state standards and multiple-source reading comprehension / Jay S. Blanchard and S. Jay Samuels -- Growth of motivations for cognitive processes of reading / John T. Guthrie -- Building a vocabulary program that really could make a significant contribution to students becoming college and career ready / Michael F. Graves -- Reading fluency : neglected, misunderstood, but still critical for proficient reading / Timothy Rasinski, David Paige, and James Nageldinger -- The potential impact of the common core state standards on reading volume / Richard L. Allington, Monica T. Billen, and Kimberly McCuiston -- Formative assessment : an evolution or revolution for classroom teachers? / Robert Calfee, Barbara Kapinus, and Kathleen Wilson -- Grounding common core teaching in proven practices : schoolwide efforts to close the achievement gap? / Barbara M. Taylor -- Changes in the texts of reading instruction during the past 50 years / Elfrieda H. Hiebert and Leigh Ann Martin -- Teachers or programs? : a historical perspective on where trust is placed in teaching reading / James V. Hoffman and P. David Pearson.

Bringing together perspectives from literacy luminaries, each addressing their specialty, this book offers an accessible fund of rich practices in literacy instruction. First, it assembles a body of knowledge and wisdom from leading literacy researchers who each draw from a long career in the field to address topics of central importance to good literacy instruction. Second, these research-to-practice leaders connect established best practices and foundational research to the current challenge of instruction to meet Common Core State Standards and other rigorous curriculum guidelines. The contributors point out strengths of the Common Core as well as issues and oversights of which educators should be aware. Closing chapters situate the Common Core within a continuum of educational policy and legislation.

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