[Technology 1409] January 11 Webcast: Reading Assessment Part 2
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** SAVE THE DATE: Reading Assessment Webcast, Part 2 **
>From Assessment to Practice: Research-Based Approaches to Teaching Reading
Part 2: Specific Instructional Strategies for Fluency and Vocabulary
WHEN: Friday, January 11, 2008
TIME: 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM Eastern Time
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM Central Time
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Mountain Time
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Pacific Time
Please join us on Friday, January 11, 2008 for Part 2 of "From Assessment to
Practice: Research-Based Approaches to Teaching Reading to Adults" webcast.
This follow-up webcast will focus on specific instructional strategies for
two other components of reading, fluency and vocabulary. The presenters will
show how all four components provide a natural framework for assessing adult
students' reading ability, and how assessment results can lead seamlessly to
a program of instruction to improve students' reading.
For more information, please go to:
(Registration will be available by January 3, 2008.)
This seventy-minute webcast is a part two for the webcast presented on
September 28, 2007: From Assessment to Practice-Research-Based Approaches to
Teaching Reading to Adults
main purpose of the first webcast was to present a compelling rationale for
the use of research-based principles for adult reading instruction. The
presenters used two components of reading, word analysis and comprehension,
as examples to illustrate research-based practices, focusing on specific
instructional strategies derived from the research.
For more information, please contact info at nifl.gov or call 202-233-2025 or
visit us online at: http://www.nifl.gov/.
mmaralit at nifl.gov
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