Ch 12: CEOE Reading Specialist: Influences on Reading Development

About This Chapter

We can help you strengthen your competency in the basics of reading instruction in preparation for the CEOE Reading Specialist exam. This chapter contains lessons addressing influences on reading development.

CEOE Reading Specialist: Influences on Reading Development - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter are designed to help prepare you for passing your upcoming CEOE Reading Specialist test. Our instructors use videos for instruction on the following topics:

  • The impact of personal and individual issues on language and reading development
  • The influence of culture and linguistics on reading development
  • Factors that influence constructing meaning
  • How diversity influences adolescent literacy
  • How a literate society is strengthened by social diversity
  • How reading comprehension is affected by a student's background

The video lessons our experts put together are short and engaging. You can follow along using the transcript that is provided, take a short quiz at the end of each lesson to validate your comprehension, and you can use our unique timeline tool to reexamine any specific portion of a lesson without having to watch a whole video over again.

7 Lessons in Chapter 12: CEOE Reading Specialist: Influences on Reading Development
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How Personal & Individual Issues Impact Language & Reading Development

1. How Personal & Individual Issues Impact Language & Reading Development

Students need to learn reading and language skills, but this is easier said than done. We are going to look at several issues that can impact student learning, including home life, physical/developmental situations, and emotional difficulties.

Cultural, Ethnic & Linguistic Relationships to Reading Development

2. Cultural, Ethnic & Linguistic Relationships to Reading Development

All students have different backgrounds to bring to the classroom. This video lesson addresses some things to consider in a reading classroom with regards to students of different cultures.

Influences on Constructing Meaning

3. Influences on Constructing Meaning

Learning to read requires much more than phonemic awareness. Students must also be able to construct meaning. This lesson takes a look at this process by examining the influences of prior knowledge, sociocultural differences, and linguistic understanding.

How Social Diversity Strengthens a Literate Society

4. How Social Diversity Strengthens a Literate Society

In this lesson, we will examine how diversity strengthens a literate society through the lens of communication theory and then identify how pluralism ultimately increases our capacity for change management.

Influence of Diversity on Adolescent Literacy

5. Influence of Diversity on Adolescent Literacy

The classroom of today is one of diversity and multicultural awareness. Teachers have the power and the responsibility to provide learning opportunities leading to literacy for all learners.

Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

6. Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

In this lesson, you'll learn about cognitive academic language proficiency, how it affects student learning, and what can be done to improve student outcomes. An example is provided and a short quiz follows.

How a Student's Background Affects Reading Comprehension

7. How a Student's Background Affects Reading Comprehension

Cultural and linguistic backgrounds can have a tremendous effect on a student's level of comprehension in a particular text, which may affect recall and interpretations.

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