Ch 4: Understanding Literacy Instruction

About This Chapter

The lessons in this chapter make it easy for you to understand literacy instruction. Explore the steps educators can take to motivate students, determine their levels of literacy and gauge the effectiveness of instructional methods.

Understanding Literacy Instruction - Chapter Summary

Feel confident that you have a quality understanding of literacy instruction by reviewing this chapter. Entertaining lessons explore aspects of literacy instruction that include keeping students motivated to learn and gauging the success of your instruction with help from data. Upon completion of the lessons, you will be prepared to:

  • Define and describe intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
  • Identify types of assessments used to determine students' literacy levels
  • Use data to inform instruction and improve student achievement

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