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Reading Instruction for Content and Special Areas

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Overview

Content area and special area educators are often not given training in explicit reading instruction despite the fact that it is often needed for success in today's rigorous, standards-based era. Join Emily David as she shares various strategies for providing the appropriate reading instruction within content areas to help develop reading skills. She will discuss how these can be applied during content area instruction to reinforce and reaffirm these skills for all learners. Learn how to help build valuable, transferable skills that can aid your students in reading domain-specific texts

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Reading & Writing
Tags: content area instruction, content areas, explicit reading instruction, literacy, reading, reading skills, special areas

Reviews (22)

Full Member
 
Super encouraging webinar for the traditional teacher who wants to begin integrating technology into the reading curriculum.
Full Member
 
Excellent presentation with many useful apps.
 
A good reminder of how reading and writing across the curriculum helps develop well rounded students.
 
Fantastic!
 
Very informative! Thank you!
Basic Member
 
Great information! Thank you
Full Member
 
This was a very informative presentation that made me think a lot deeper about the skills readers are required to have,, and often aren't really taught.
Full Member
 
This is one of the best webinars I have watched yet. It is full of information to help even the most struggling readers to succeed.
Basic Member
 
Great information and resources. Thanks
Full Member
 
Reading instruction across the content areas is critical. I agree that words have power and the three tiers of vocabulary are important to address. Students really need be able to use different levels of vocabulary in order to comprehend the reading material and respond to questions.
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