Effective Teaching Strategies That Accommodate Diverse Learners / Edition 1

Effective Teaching Strategies That Accommodate Diverse Learners / Edition 1

by Edward J. Kameenui
     
 

ISBN-10: 0133821854

ISBN-13: 9780133821857

Pub. Date: 08/26/1997

Publisher: Pearson Education

This popular book investigates the teaching, instruction and curricula required to meet the needs of diverse learners who by virtue of their experiential, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds, challenge traditional curriculum and instructional programs. It provides a summary of the characteristics of students with diverse learning and curricular needs as well as

Overview

This popular book investigates the teaching, instruction and curricula required to meet the needs of diverse learners who by virtue of their experiential, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds, challenge traditional curriculum and instructional programs. It provides a summary of the characteristics of students with diverse learning and curricular needs as well as an essential examination of current issues in education. It also introduces six key principles to direct teachers through the design of instruction and curriculum to ensure that diverse learners succeed in the classroom. Characteristics of Students with Diverse Learning and Curricular Needs; Effective Strategies for Teaching Beginning Reading; Effective Strategies for Teaching Writing; Effective Strategies for Teaching Mathematics; Effective Strategies for Teaching Science; Effective Strategies for Teaching Social Studies; Modulating Instruction for English-language Learners; Contextual Issues and Their Influence on Curricular Change. For teachers of diverse learners.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780133821857
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
08/26/1997
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
222
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1(18)
A Retrospect of Educational Innovations
3(3)
Reading Innovations
3(1)
Mathematics Innovations
4(1)
Social Studies Innovations
5(1)
Science Education Innovations
5(1)
The Purpose of This Book
6(1)
Features of High-Quality Educational Tools
7(5)
Big Ideas
8(1)
Conspicuous Strategies
9(1)
Mediated Scaffolding
9(1)
Strategic Integration
10(1)
Primed Background Knowledge
10(1)
Judicious Review
11(1)
Benefits of Instruction Based on Quality Design Tools
12(2)
Research into Practice
13(1)
Selecting Instructional Tools
13(1)
Modifying Instructional Tools
14(1)
Identifying and Promoting Effective Instructional Tools
14(1)
Beyond the Design of High-Quality Tools
15(1)
References
15(4)
2 Characteristics of Students with Diverse Learning and Curricular Needs
19(26)
A Demographic Portrait of Diversity
21(3)
High-Quality Instructional Strategies to Teach Increasingly Diverse Students
23(1)
Learner Characteristics
24(16)
Memory Skills
25(4)
Strategy Knowledge and Use
29(4)
Vocabulary Knowledge
33(5)
Language Coding
38(2)
Summary
40(2)
References
42(3)
3 Effective Strategies for Teaching Beginning Reading
45(26)
Introduction
46(1)
Current Issues
46(1)
Principles for Improving Instructional Strategies in Beginning Reading
47(2)
Instructional Context
47(1)
Research on Beginning Reading
48(1)
Phonological Bases of Reading Acquisition
48(1)
Beginning Reading: Designing Instruction Around Big Ideas
49(7)
Phonemic Awareness
50(2)
Alphabetic Understanding
52(2)
Automaticity with the Code
54(2)
Implications for Instructional Design
56(1)
Designing Conspicuous Strategies
56(3)
Phonemic Awareness
56(2)
Alphabetic Understanding
58(1)
Automaticity with the Code
59(1)
Designing Mediated Scaffolding
59(1)
Designing Strategic Integration
60(2)
Designing Primed Background Knowledge
62(1)
Designing Judicious Review
63(2)
Determining What to Review
64(1)
Scheduling Review
64(1)
Designing Review Activities
64(1)
Summary
65(1)
Conclusion
66(1)
References
67(4)
4 Effective Strategies for Teaching Writing
71(22)
Current Issues in Writing Instruction
72(2)
Opportunity to Learn
72(1)
Author versus Secretary, or Author and Secretary
73(1)
Principles for Improving Writing Instruction Strategies
74(15)
Designing Instruction Around Big Ideas
75(1)
Big Ideas and the Secretary Role in Writing
76(1)
Designing Conspicuous Strategies
77(1)
Designing Mediated Scaffolding
78(5)
Designing Strategic Integration
83(4)
Designing Primed Background Knowledge
87(1)
Designing Judicious Review
87(2)
Summary
89(1)
References
90(3)
5 Effective Strategies for Teaching Mathematics
93(20)
Current Issues in Mathematics Instruction
94(1)
Principles for Improving Math Instruction Strategies
95(14)
Designing Instruction Around Big Ideas
95(1)
Designing Conspicuous Strategies
96(8)
Designing Mediated Scaffolding
104(1)
Designing Primed Background Knowledge
104(1)
Designing Strategic Integration
105(1)
Designing Judicious Review
106(3)
Summary
109(1)
References
110(3)
6 Effective Strategies for Teaching Science
113(26)
Big Ideas, Strategies, and their Components in Science Inquiry Instruction
116(3)
Big Ideas in Science Inquiry
116(1)
Component Steps and Concepts in Science Inquiry
117(1)
Conspicuous Strategies for Science Inquiry
117(2)
Big Ideas, Strategies, and Components in Science Subject Matter Instruction
119(8)
Big Ideas in Science Subject Matter
119(2)
Components in Science Subject Matter
121(1)
Conspicuous Strategies in Science Subject Matter
122(5)
Mediated Scaffolding in Science Inquiry and Subject Matter Instruction
127(4)
The Concept of Scaffolding in Instruction
127(1)
Understanding the Two Categories of Scaffolding Techniques
128(2)
Judicious Review
131(1)
Strategic Integration
132(1)
Summary
133(1)
References
134(5)
7 Effective Strategies for Teaching Social Studies
139(22)
Current Issues in Social Studies
140(2)
Principles for Improving Instructional Strategies
142(16)
Designing Instruction Around Big Ideas
143(6)
Designing Conspicuous Strategies
149(2)
Designing Mediated Scaffolding
151(3)
Designing Strategic Integration
154(2)
Designing Primed Background Knowledge
156(1)
Designing Judicious Review
157(1)
Summary
158(1)
References
159(2)
8 Modulating Instruction for Language Minority Students
161(18)
Problems in Current Instruction of Language Minority Students
163(4)
Differing Theories About and Approaches to Second Language Instruction
164(3)
Constructs for Conceptualizing Effective Instructional Practice
167(7)
Merging Language Learning with Reading Instruction
169(1)
Building Intellectual Accountability During Literacy Instruction
170(1)
Accessing First-Language Knowledge During Literacy Instruction
170(3)
Integrating Responsiveness to Cultural and Personal Diversity into Literacy Instruction
173(1)
Conclusions
174(1)
References
175(4)
9 Contextual Issues and Their Influence on Curricular Change
179(14)
Contextual Variables
182(2)
Revising Curricula for a More Diverse Student Population
184(2)
The Problems of Context and Curricular Change
186(2)
Concluding Remarks
188(1)
References
189(4)
Appendix Big Ideas: Beginning Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies 193(20)
Index 213

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