An Observation Survey Of Early Literacy Achievement Book
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Author : Marie Clay Genre : Education Publisher : Heinemann Educational Books ISBN : 0325112517 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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"It is essential to use the instructions in 'Copymasters for the revised second edition of An observation survey of early literacy achievement (2006)' and 'Literacy lessons (2005)' to administer, score, and interpret these tasks. The copymaster sheets are not the assessment tasks."--P. [ii].
Author : Marie M. Clay Genre : Education Publisher : Greenwood International ISBN : 0325013160 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Now on DVD for the first time, An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement is the video companion to Marie Clay's book of the same name. The DVD shows you two different demonstrations of the six observation tasks in the Observation Survey, Second Edition: Running Records Letter Identification Concepts About Print Word Test Writing Vocabulary Hearing and Recording Sounds in Words. Watch the DVD of An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement and see a key aspect of the Reading Recovery program in action.
Author : Marie M. Clay Genre : Composition (Exercice littéraire) - Étude et enseignement (Primaire) Publisher : Heinemann Educational Books ISBN : STANFORD:36105131960580 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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An Observation Survey has been used in educational systems worldwide. It has introduced thousands of teachers to ways of observing children's progress in the early years of learning about literacy. It has also helped them determine which children need supplementary teaching. Now the revised Second Edition updates this important sourcework with new data, ideas, and implementations from U.S. and U.K. classrooms.A comprehensive review of Reading Recovery in the United States by five distinguished authors is available separately at the RRCNA Web site. Authors Maribeth Schmitt, Billie Askew, Irene Fountas, Carol Lyons, and Gay Su Pinnell share their knowledge and provide persuasive evidence for the power of an early investment in changing futures of children.
Author : Marie M. Clay Genre : Education Publisher : Heinemann Educational Books ISBN : 0325059551 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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"This book captures the essence of Marie's work. It is fundamentally practical and theoretically rich. Marie is revered for her contributions to the field of literacy and for her wisdom and deep commitment to children and their teachers. That wisdom and commitment is evident everywhere in this book. Savor it." -Peter Johnston, author of Choice Words Not all children walk the same path towards literacy. Discerning teachers recognize one destination, but many differing journeys. "If we notice children taking different paths," writes Marie Clay, "we can interact with their different journeys just as we would alter our talking to adapt to our listeners, and in about three years expect them to arrive at common outcomes." Teacher-centered, practical, and research-based, this collection of articles by Marie draws on her lifelong passion for children's literacy and teacher education. She demonstrates: how understanding what children know becomes the key to effective teaching how teachers need to look at early literacy learning through children's eyes, and to listen to children as they converse how writing should be the powerful partner of reading. In these pages, teachers and educators of teachers will find: research evidence to raise their awareness of how young minds learn to work with the printed word help to observe and build on what children already know before they first enter school how to focus on and interact with what each child can do (not what they can't ) how to set each individual learner on their own pathway to literary success, so there need be no wasted time, no discouragement for teacher or student. Above all, diversity is to be welcomed and accommodated, and independence fostered. Marie Clay's classic text has stood the test of time. In this new edition its central message lives on as an aid and inspiration for today's generation of early literacy teachers everywhere. It supports best literacy practice. Start reading now!
Author : Marie M. Clay Genre : Publisher : ISBN : 1407160079 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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A fascinating study into the first years of literacy instruction. Marie Clay explores the underlying competencies required for successful reading and argues for the importance of inner strategic control in developing readers.
Author : Marie M. Clay Genre : Publisher : ISBN : 1407159968 Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Part of the highly successful early intervention programme Reading Recovery for children experiencing reading and writing difficulties, this colourful reader has an extensive range of test materials to support the Concepts About Print task and develop children's reading readiness. The aim is at the end of the sessions, most of the struggling pupils will have caught up with their classmates and will read and write at a level appropriate for their age.