K-8 Instructional Methods

K-8 Instructional Methods

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This book presents preservice and novice teachers with relevant instructional methods, strategies, and techniques to help them develop an understanding of how literacy instruction impacts the entire K-8 curriculum.Students' success in school, particularly in these days of vigorous academic standards and high-stakes testing, is related to their abilities to read, comprehend, analyze, and reflect through critical thinking, writing, and computer interactions. The authors demonstrate solid instructional practices that emphasize reading and related literacy development through the content subjects in each grade-K-8.Preservice and Novice teachers.normal curve norm-referenced tests percentile rank performance assessment portfolio raw score reliability rubric a–i REFERENCES a–i 4i ... criterion-referenced tests essay tests formal assessment grade-equivalent score high-stakes test holistic scoring informal assessment ... Reading aamp; Writing Quarterly, 87-106. ... Hands-on pedagogy versus hands-off accountability: Completing commitments for exemplary math teachers in Kentucky. ... Essentials of educational measurement (5th ed.)anbsp;...

Title:K-8 Instructional Methods
Author: Allan C. Ornstein, Richard I. Sinatra
Publisher:Allyn & Bacon - 2004-12-15

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