THIS IS TO BE DONE IN AN HOUR for $20

THIS IS TO BE DONE IN AN HOUR for $20

Discussion 4: Candidates will be able implement comprehensive literacy instruction as it facilitates and promotes the learning of students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms.

Directions: Please answer the following questions. You can use bullets to summarize you responses. Also respond to one post that your peer has shared.

  1. What are the key points of the material that you explored?
  2. What was new to you and how did it change the way you perceive addressing the educational needs of your students?
  3. Give at least one specific example of an experience in your personal or professional life that is related to the readings/videos.

REQUIRED MATERIALS:

More Language Arts, Math, and Science for Students with Severe Disabilities

IV Alignment of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

  1. The Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Pieces of the Student Achievement Puzzle
    Rachel Quenemoen, Claudia Flowers, and Ellen Forte
  2. Promoting Learning in General Education for All Students
    Cheryl M. Jorgensen, Jennifer Fischer-Mueller, and Holly Prud’homme
  3. What We Know and Need to Know About Teaching Academic Skills
    Fred Spooner and Diane M. Browder

Fish in a Tree: Ch. 18-24

https://www.lyndamullalyhunt.com/books/fish-in-a-tree/

Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary Content-Area Classrooms

https://council-for-learning-disabilities.org/promoting-reading-comprehension-in-secondary-students-with-learning-disabilities/

Videos:

Comprehensive Assessment: A New York City Success Story

Through a consistent investment in the process, one school is able to carry out an accurate assessment of student abilities. (Time: 3:23)