Children's Literacy

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Children's Literacy by Mind Map: Children's Literacy

1. Effective Literacy Instruction

1.1. Principles

1.1.1. 1. Effective teachers understand how students learn

1.1.2. 2. Effective teachers support students' use of cueing systems

1.1.3. 3. Effective teachers create a community of learners

1.1.4. 4. Effective teachers adopt a balanced approach to instruction

1.1.5. 5. Effective teachers address standards

1.1.6. 6. Effective teachers scaffold students reading and writing

1.1.7. 7. Effective teachers organize for literacy instruction

1.1.8. 8. Effective teacher differentiate instruction

1.1.9. 9. Effective teacher link instruction and assessment

1.2. 5 Stages

1.2.1. Phonemic awareness

1.2.2. Phonics

1.2.3. Fluency

1.2.4. Vocabulary

1.2.5. Comprehension

2. Developmental Stages

2.1. Reading and Writing

2.1.1. Emergent

2.1.2. Beginning

2.1.3. Fluent

2.2. Word Study

2.2.1. Emergent

2.2.2. Letter name-alphabetic

2.2.3. Within word pattern

2.2.4. Syllables and affixes

2.2.5. Derivational Relations

3. Instructional Framework

3.1. Delivery Models

3.1.1. Shared redaing

3.1.2. Interactive read aloud

3.1.3. Independent reading time

3.1.4. Guided reading

3.1.5. Shared writing

3.1.6. Interactive writing

3.1.7. Guided writing

3.1.8. Independent writing

3.2. Frameworks

3.2.1. Reading/writing workshop

3.2.2. The fab 5

3.2.3. Book club/ Literature circles

3.2.4. Reading conferences

4. Assessment

4.1. Letter id

4.2. sight words

4.3. writing sample

4.4. running record

4.5. comprehensive literacy assessment program

4.5.1. Observation survey by Marie Clay

4.6. fluency

4.7. comprehension

5. Differentiating Instruction

5.1. Dyslexia

5.1.1. Strengths

5.1.2. Myths

5.1.3. Warning signs

5.1.4. 5 types

5.1.4.1. visual

5.1.4.2. phonological

5.1.4.3. auditory

5.1.4.4. processing speed

5.1.4.5. working memory

5.2. ELL

5.2.1. SOLOM

5.2.2. 5 levels

5.2.3. Practice

6. Literacy in Content Areas and Tech

6.1. Content Areas

6.1.1. Reading to learn not learning to read

6.1.2. An open door

6.2. Tech

6.2.1. Meaningful use

6.2.2. Sharing

7. Extra Content

7.1. Vocabulary

7.1.1. Kucan's instructional routine

7.1.2. oral vocabulary

7.1.3. print vocabulary

7.1.4. contextual analysis

7.1.5. morpihc analysis

7.2. Word Study

7.2.1. Word sort

7.2.1.1. sound

7.2.1.2. pattern

7.2.1.3. meaning