Literacy Assessment / Edition 2

Literacy Assessment / Edition 2

by J. David Cooper, Nancy D. Kiger
     
 

ISBN-10: 0618395970

ISBN-13: 9780618395972

Pub. Date: 03/28/2004

Publisher: Cengage Learning

This text presents literacy assessment as a natural part of the instructional cycle. Through the text's practical, positive approach to the stages of developmental literacy, preservice teachers and reading specialists learn to assess student progress on a daily basis. Case studies, chapter summaries, and readings for further exploration make this text accessible

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Overview

This text presents literacy assessment as a natural part of the instructional cycle. Through the text's practical, positive approach to the stages of developmental literacy, preservice teachers and reading specialists learn to assess student progress on a daily basis. Case studies, chapter summaries, and readings for further exploration make this text accessible and informative. A companion web site includes several interactive tools for instruction and learning.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780618395972
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
541
Product dimensions:
8.08(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.83(d)

Table of Contents

Note: Each

Chapter begins with "Eyewitness" and concludes with a Summary, "For Additional Reading," "For Exploration: Electronic Resources," and Classroom Applications. I. Getting Started
1.A Framework for Assessment-Based Literacy Instruction Assessment-Based Literacy Instruction A Framework for Looking at Literacy Development Federal Legislation, State Standards, and Literacy Instruction Making Decisions in Your Assessment-Based Literacy Classroom Preparing to Meet the Range of Needs in Your Classroom Guiding Principles for Assessment-Based Literacy Instruction Using This Text
2.Gathering Information I: Generic Tools and Techniques The Need for a Variety of Tools and Techniques Making Decisions for Diverse Learners Generic Assessment Tools and Techniques: An Overview
3.Gathering Information II: Specific Tools and Techniques for Literacy Assessment Assessing Oral Language: Listening and Speaking Reading Assessment Tools and Techniques Writing Assessment Tools and Techniques Techniques for Organizing Assessment Information
4.Instructional Routines for a Comprehensive Literacy Program: An Overview Comprehensive Literacy Instruction Basic Instructional Routines for the Assessment-Based Comprehensive Literacy Programs Selecting Instructional Routines to Meet Diverse Needs Materials for Comprehensive Literacy Instruction Intervention Models II. Assessing Literacy Learning for Instruction
5.Early Emergent Literacy Benchmarks for Early Emergent Literacy Connecting to Other

Chapters Using Benchmarks to Assess the Child and Plan Instruction Planning Instruction Based on Assessment A Diverse Classroom at Work
6.Emergent LiteracyBenchmarks for Emergent Literacy Connecting to Other

Chapters Using the Benchmarks to Assess the Child and Plan Instruction Planning Instruction Based on Assessment Two Classrooms at Work
7.Beginning Reading and Writing Benchmarks for Beginning Reading and Writing Connecting to Other

Chapters Using the Benchmarks to Assess the Child and Plan Instruction Planning Instruction Based on Assessment A Second-rade Classroom at Work
8.Almost Fluent Reading and Writing Benchmarks for Almost Fluent Reading and Writing Connecting to Other

Chapters Using the Benchmarks to Assess the Student and Plan Instruction Planning Instruction Based on Assessment Meeting the Needs of Second-Language Learners A Fourth-rade Classroom at Work
9.Fluent Reading and Writing Benchmarks for Fluent Reading and Writing Connecting to Other

Chapters Using the Benchmarks to Assess the Student and Plan Instruction Planning Instruction Based on Assessment A Sixth-rade Classroom at Work III. Special Tools for Assessment
10.Measuring and Matching Readers and Materials Measuring the Materials Measuring the Reader Matching the Reader and the Material
11.Standardized Measures Basics of Standardized Measurement Using Standardized Measurements Tests for Measuring Literacy IV. Beyond the Classroom
12.Collaborating with Families, Peers, and Other Professionals Involving Family Members in Assessment Collaborating with Colleagues Continuing Professional Development Resource File Glossary Literature References Credits Author Source
Index Subject
Index

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