|Author:||Diane K. Brantley|
|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Pearson; 1 edition (October 13, 2006)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||rtf mbr lit lrf|
is a former classroom teacher and reading specialist who has worked in the field of education for the past eighteen years
is a former classroom teacher and reading specialist who has worked in the field of education for the past eighteen years. Additionally Dr. Brantley is the Director of the CSUSB Literacy Center which serves K-12 students from the local community.
Instructional Assessment of ELLs in the K-8 Classroom
Instructional Assessment of ELLs in the K-8 Classroom. Diane K. Brantley, California State University, San Bernadino. A compendium of instructional strategies at the end of the book provide teachers with a resource for preparing meaningful, assessment-based instruction for English learners. Anticipation Guides at the beginning of each chapter require students to use their background knowledge to either agree or disagree with the information presented.
Author Brantley, Diane K. ISBN 0205455999. ISBN13: 9780205455997.
by Diane K. Brantley.
Authors: Diane K Brantley. The overarching goal of this book is to enable teachers to acquire a deep understanding of the value of instructional assessment for ELLs and the importance of evaluating the results to provide the students with immediate, appropriate and meaningful instruction.
Book · January 2007 with 57 Reads. How we measure 'reads'
Book · January 2007 with 57 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
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The page numbers on the flashcards refer to the pages in this book. Terms in this set (8). Adequate Yearly Progress (page 28). This term is part of the "Culture of Testing. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 requires all students in grades 3-8 in the US to take a yearly standardized test in reading and math. The results of the tests must reflect whether students and schools are making adequate progress every year.
Long overdue and with a focus on the needs of English language learners (ELLs) within the classroom, Instructional Assessment of English Language Learners is a unique book designed to teach readers the basic concepts of assessing English. Today's education courses place an increasing emphasis on the regular classroom teacher to instruct and assess English language learners. Yet, classroom teachers have few resources available to them in regard to assessing ELLs within their classrooms. This book helps readers master the assessments to be administered to English learners and cover a range of literacy skills deemed necessary for English language acquisition and reproduction, while also assessing the student’s literacy skills in their primary language.
The overarching goal of this book is to enable teachers to acquire a deep understanding of the value of instructional assessment for ELLs and the importance of evaluating the results to provide the students with immediate, appropriate and meaningful instruction. The book addresses the specific areas of language arts related to the development, acquisition, and reproduction of the English language: oral language development and vocabulary; concepts of print and the alphabetic strategies; word recognition and word identification strategies; reading fluency; reading comprehension; written language development and spelling; content area literacy; procedural knowledge; and problem-solving strategies. The strategies presented in this text are research-based and are known to increase reading comprehension for ELLs.