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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1The Five Basic Tenets for Teaching Reading
Course SummaryReview these chapters about education topics to discover more about different teaching approaches and methodologies geared toward reading. This course provides an extensive study aid designed specifically to enhance and expand upon what you are learning from your Education 212 textbooks and lectures.
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About This Course
Get a focused and in-depth overview of how to improve student reading skills, including discussions about the pros and cons of different approaches, activity ideas, and organization strategies, by using this Education 212: Approaches to Teaching Reading course. Our team of education instructors have created this series with both text and video lessons to help you get a better grasp on these topics. We even include self-assessment quizzes, allowing you to measure how well you understand vocabulary-building, literacy strategies, general reading instruction, and more.
The lessons provided in this course have a wide range of uses for students, teachers, professionals, and parents.
- Students in education courses can use these lessons as a way to catch up on any missed lectures, or to get more details about teaching strategies that were discussed during class.
- Teachers of educational strategies may direct students to this course for supplemental learning, and teachers may use our lessons directly in their own classrooms.
- Professionals who need continued education training may utilize this course as a way to expand their knowledge or update their skills in relation to promoting student reading comprehension.
- Parents who wish to be more involved with their student's education may consider using these lessons for self-enrichment as a way to better understand the different strategies for improving the literacy of younger learners.
- Teaching fluency, word analysis, and phonics
- Methodologies for teaching reading
- Instructing new readers about vocabulary
- Improving student reading comprehension
- Resources and materials for teaching reading
- Promoting student reading enjoyment
- Reading instruction and learning styles
- Factors that influence fluency and reading skills
- Comprehension and reading skills assessment
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