From Assessment to Practice: Research-Based Approaches to Teaching Reading to Adults, Part 1
The first part of this September 2007 webcast presents a practical rationale for applying research-based principles to adult reading instruction.
Webcast questions: http://lincs.ed.gov/webcasts/assesspractice/webcast0928_QA.html
The first part of this September 2007 webcast presents a practical rationale for applying research-based principles to adult reading instruction. Panelists use world analysis and comprehension to illustrate research-based practices and specific instructional techniques. Topics include the definition of reading, methods of assessing reading, and practical ideas for teaching reading. Panelists discuss how components of reading can provide a framework for assessing students’ reading abilities and how assessment results can be utilized for designing a program of instruction to improve students’ reading skills.
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