Ch 13: CEOE Reading Specialist: Instructional Trends & Movements

About This Chapter

Let our video lessons and quizzes help you review reading instruction trends and approaches. These are topics you can expect to be tested on when taking the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Reading Specialist exam.

CEOE Reading Specialist: Instructional Trends and Movements - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter provide overviews of methods in reading instruction, evaluation and comprehension which are addressed in the Instruction subarea of the CEOE Reading Specialist exam. Proficiency in this area will lead you to develop the following abilities and correctly answer these types of questions on the exam:

  • Interpreting trends in reading instruction history
  • Identifying the five foundational components of reading acquisition
  • Listing the five steps of the outcome-based model of education
  • Describing the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading instruciton
  • Discussing the elements of a basal reading program
  • Understanding how literature circles help develop students' reading comprehension
  • Summarizing the elements of effective literacy programs for adolescents

Instructors present the material in simple terms and use examples to support the narrative text. Self-assessment quizzes help you gauge your level of understanding and a timeline feature for each lesson allows you to access only those parts of the videos where you might need further review.

7 Lessons in Chapter 13: CEOE Reading Specialist: Instructional Trends & Movements
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History of Reading Instruction: Trends & Movements

1. History of Reading Instruction: Trends & Movements

Reading instruction hasn't always looked like it does today. This lesson takes a look at the history of reading instruction and highlights major trends, philosophies, and approaches to teaching reading.

Elements of Effective Reading Programs

2. Elements of Effective Reading Programs

This lesson discusses the necessary steps students must master in order to become great readers. This lesson reminds teachers that it is important to build a firm foundation so that readers can develop their reading skills over a period of time.

Outcome-Based Education: Steps & Evaluation

3. Outcome-Based Education: Steps & Evaluation

The simplest way to measure learning effectiveness is to ask, 'What will the students actually be able to do when they're finished learning?' In this lesson we'll discuss typical steps for achievement and evaluation in the outcome-based approach.

The Orton-Gillingham Approach of Reading Instruction

4. The Orton-Gillingham Approach of Reading Instruction

In this lesson, we discover an important learning method, the Orton-Gillingham Approach, which can help students with dyslexia and other reading-related learning disabilities to overcome their disorders.

What Is a Basal Reading Program?

5. What Is a Basal Reading Program?

In this lesson, we explore the basic methods behind teaching a basal reading program and what students, parents, and teachers can expect when a basal program is implemented.

How Literature Circles Benefit Reading Comprehension

6. How Literature Circles Benefit Reading Comprehension

Literature circles: Are they a waste of instruction time or a worthwhile opportunity for student growth? This lesson outlines some great benefits to using literature circles in your classroom.

Elements of Effective Adolescent Literacy Programs

7. Elements of Effective Adolescent Literacy Programs

In this lesson, we will examine the components of a comprehensive adolescent literacy program, including techniques to make it relevant and motivating to students, instructional implications for teachers in all content areas, and program evaluation.

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