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Content Area Literacy

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Content Area Literacy CIR 411

Joelle Notetaker
Literacy V
Dr. Tracey Hodges

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This is the first class notes of Content Area Literacy.
Literacy V
Dr. Tracey Hodges
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Joelle Notetaker on Sunday August 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CIR 411 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Dr. Tracey Hodges in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see Literacy V in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Southern Mississippi.


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Date Created: 08/23/15
Content Area Literacy 1 What is literacy The ability to read uently understand phonological awareness understand words they may not know ability to write comprehension vocabulary uencyspeed accuracy intonation thinking and phonemic awareness 2 What skills does someone possess if they are a skilled reader and writer Imagination con dence communication better vocabulary better at everything higher order thinking pronunciation uency rhythm grammatical skills spelling decoding 3 As a teacher how do you know if your students are successful in their literary skills Using what is taught application practice growth in work improvement over time readingwriting habits assessments how they speakcommunicate interaction in class sharing what they have learned Literacy and Learners in New Contexts Content Area Literacy Helping all students 0 An increasingly technological world can google anything learning to be facilitators to help students be good judgers of what is true 0 How well prepared are students for the New Literacy demands tweets movies memes etexts The government response no child left behind


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