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Parental Support in Developing Literacy Skills - Chapter Summary
Students that read at home excel at it in the classroom. This chapter will teach you how to increase parental engagement in the learning process in order to take advantage of this fact. Learn how to impart and promote the following techniques to parents from the position of an educator:
- Fostering literacy at home
- Involving themselves in their child's literacy
- Participating in school programs
- Communicating progress with educators
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1. How Families Foster Literacy at Home
In this lesson, we''ll examine the ways that parents and families can foster emergent and developing literacy skills within the home. Discover techniques and tools for evaluation, and then test your understanding with a brief quiz.
2. Promoting Parent Involvement in Student Literacy
Parent involvement is important to help students become lifelong readers and writers. Still, there are challenges to promoting effective parent involvement. This lesson offers ideas for engaging parents in young children's literacy development.
3. How Parents Participate in School Literacy Programs
Teaching literacy skills is one of the most important parts of early education, but to be truly successful teachers need to get parents involved. In this lesson, explore common techniques to improve parent involvement and test your understanding with a brief quiz.
4. How to Report Learning Progress to Students & Parents
This lesson describes how to communicate learning progress. It specifically focuses on the tools of summative documentation, formative communication, and standardized documentation.
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- Reading Comprehension Development & Instruction
- Creating Reading Strategies for Students
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- Vocabulary Instruction & Assessment
- Research Skills & Critical Thinking for Elementary Students
- English Writing Conventions for Elementary School
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- Assessing & Developing Writing Skills
- Understand the Science of Teaching Reading Standards
- ELAR Instruction in Texas
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