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Multiple paths to literacy : assessment and differentiated instruction for diverse learners, K-12 / Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards.

Multiple paths to literacy : assessment and differentiated instruction for diverse learners, K-12 / Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards.
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Record Number 19436
ISBN 9780134682211
0134682211
9780134683898
0134683897
Item Number 40028050433
Location 372.43 GIP
Author Gipe, Joan P. author.
Title Multiple paths to literacy : assessment and differentiated instruction for diverse learners, K-12 / Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards.
Edition Ninth Edition.
Published NY : Pearson, [2019]
Collation xix, 494 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm.
Content types text
Carrier type volume
General Note Includes Student Access Code to Enhanced Pearson eText. Inserted between final page and back cover.
Joan P. Gipe, Professor Emeritus, University of New Orleans Lecturer Emeritus, California State University, Sacramento Faculty, Ed.D. Program in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, Walden University, Contributing Faculty and Mentor, Janet C. Richards, Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Note "The text is divided into two major sections: Part I, 'Foundations' and Part II, 'The major domains'. Part I presents the fundamental dimensions of literacy, the concept of civic literacy, prevalent views about literacy instruction, and the goals of effective literacy programs; describes analytic teaching and the analytic process as data-driven decision making and their relationship to differentiated instruction and RTI; summarizes perspectives on linguistic diversity as related to literacy education; discusses factors that influence literacy learning, such as physical and developmental, psychological, and environmental correlates; and describes ways to assess and evaluate literacy performance, using both summative and formative means. Part II provides specific information on instructional techniques and integrating multiliteracies through visual and communicative arts. The literacy domains addressed are early literacy; literacy development through the arts; oral and written language, including spelling and academic writing; word recognition; reading vocabulary; reading comprehension; comprehending narrative text; expository text and disciplinary literacy; and study skills, including test-taking strategies." - p. xvii.
Topical Term Reading -- Remedial teaching
Reading -- Remedial teaching
Added Name Richards, Janet C., 1936-, (author).
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