Resources for Literacy Learning
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Navigating Complex Text: What Students Need to Know and What to Teach
Many students who graduate from high school face significant challenges in college related to their reading ability.
Supporting the Diverse Needs of Adolescent Readers
Reading proficiency is the key to academic success and economic opportunities, and time is of the essence where non-proficient adolescent readers are concerned.
Structured Literacy: Applying the Science of Reading in the Classroom
Read this white paper to learn about the critical importance of recognizing what constitutes Structured Literacy and how using this evidence-based approach in your classroom will...
Supporting Intrinsic Motivation Through Educational Technologies and Teacher-Led Activities
Teaching Students with Dyslexia: How to Recognize Early Warning Signs, Provide Effective Intervention, and Unlock Student Achievement
The Critical Role of Oral Language in Reading Instruction and Assessment
Building the foundation of oral language skills can begin as soon as a child enters school. Since some children enter the school environment already four times behind their peers due to sheer exposure to words (Hart & Risley, 1995), it is critical to ensure kindergarten assessments include components of oral language so educators have the appropriate data to target instruction.
Trust the Science of Reading to Inform Instruction
The accumulated Science of Reading evidence should be trusted to inform the why, what, and how of reading instruction. This paper considers the impact of the Science of Reading on reading instruction.
Understanding Academic Language and its Connection to School Success
As students progress through school, they are expected to demonstrate increasing levels of sophistication in their language and reading skills across all content areas.
Understanding the Unique Instructional Needs of Emergent Bilinguals
Emergent Bilinguals are one of the fastest-growing subgroups among the school-aged population in the United States and are diverse due to differences in students’ exposure to English and individual competence in their first language. This white paper covers the unique Instructional needs of these students to help educators close the academic gap.