Reading Competency 1 Links

Reading for Understanding

Module 1
10 Visual Literacy Strategies
Formative vs. Summative Assessment... What's the Difference?
Achieve the Core: Text Complexity
Document Analysis Worksheets
Reading Rockets: Shanahan on Literacy
Introduction to Monitoring Comprehension
Teach the Seven Strategies of Highly Effective Readers
Cultivating Academic Language Proficiency in Developmental Reading Classrooms
Oral Language
Module 2
Why Phonological Awareness is Important for Reading and Spelling
Phonological Awareness
What is the Difference Between Social and Academic English?
Oral Language Development and ELLs: 5 Challenges and Solutions
The Home Language: An English Language Learner's Most Valuable Resource
Principles and Methods of Assessment
LETRS Chapter 4, Understanding the Role of Orthographic Processing in Oral
Oral Language and Beginning to Read
Module 3
Phonemes and Allophones
Phonological Processing
Tell Me About Fred's Fat Foot Again
English Language Learners and the Five Essential Components of Reading Instruction
Young Children's Oral Language Development
Phonemic Awareness of English Second Language Learners
Phonological Awareness: Instructional and Assessment Guidelines
Jan Richardson Guided Reading Videos and Lessons
PPT LETRS Module 2 Chapter 3
PPT LETRS Module 2, Chapter 4, Understanding Language Differences
Module 4
How We Learn to Read: the Critical Role of Phonological Awareness 
Phonemic Awareness
Phonological (Sound) Awareness Development Checklist
Structural Analysis: Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots
Word Morphology
What the Brain Does When it Reads
Words Their Way: Word Study in Action
Module 6
Developing Fluent Readers
Reading and the Brain: Strategies for Decoding, Fluency and Comprehension
Using Timed Practice with Repeated Writings to Promote Sentence-Writing Fluency
Teaching Writing Fluency Through Feedback and Progress Monitoring Toward Goals
Understanding and Assessing Fluency
Fluency Norms Chart
Screening, Diagnosing and Progress Monitoring for Fluency: the Details
Fluency: A Key Link Between Word Identification and Comprehension
Fluency: A Necessary Ingredient in Comprehensive Reading Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms
Reading Fluently Does Not Mean Reading Fast
Why Reading Fluency Should Be Hot!
Module 7

Teaching Morphology: Enhancing Vocabulary Development and Reading Comprehension
What should I know about assessing vocabulary?
Vocabulary Informal Assessments
Morphology in Reading: Binding Letters, Sounds and Meaning 
Module 8
Defining Academic Language and it's Key Elements
English Language Learners and the Five Essential Components of Reading Instruction
Supporting Oral Language Development in a Language-Rich Environment
Self-Monitoring: Watch for it, Teach it, Support It
Teaching Readers to Read Metacognitively
Types of Informal Classroom-Based Assessments
Formal vs. Informal Assessments
More Reading: Kelly Corrigan at TEDxSonomaCounty
Strategies for Self-Monitoring
Module 9
Phonological Awareness 
When Phonics Doesn't Work
How Teachers Can Build a Word-Rich Life for Dyslexics
Reading Comprehension for Students with Dyslexia

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