By Maureen Connolly,Vicky Giouroukakis
As a instructor, what you will have so much is in your scholars to learn—to immerse themselves in wealthy and hard content material and go away your school room higher ready for faculty and existence. In English language arts and arts, this comprises constructing the multifaceted analyzing, writing, pondering, and verbal exchange talents that represent subsequent new release literacy, together with the power to
* learn advanced textual content independently
* enhance powerful content material wisdom via interpreting, writing, listening, and speaking
* Tailor communique in keeping with varied audiences, initiatives, reasons, and disciplines
* understand textual content in addition to critique it
* price proof in arguments they learn, pay attention, or develop
* Use expertise strategically and capably
* comprehend views and cultures that vary from their own
But as a instructor, you furthermore may understand how a lot is driving on these TESTS—achievement exams from the nationwide overview consortia, the SAT and ACT, and self reliant country exams. Is it attainable to aid scholars be successful on mandated checks with no sacrificing your values, your creativity, and their education?
Yes, it's attainable. This e-book exhibits you how.
This no longer a test-prep ebook. it's not approximately “drill and kill” practices that slim studying in order that scholars will move an examination. as an alternative, authors Maureen Connolly and Vicky Giouroukakis current a lesson making plans strategy for the secondary school room that generates try luck as a byproduct of accomplished literacy studying. After a comparative research of ways present ELA checks degree literacy, they version a backward design-based technique for utilizing those try out goods as a device to create enticing and powerful guideline. With 6 pattern classes, forty two educational options, and information for differentiation, this useful source will empower you to aid the scholars you like turn into able, literate people who also are well-prepared to ace high-stakes tests.
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Achieving Next Generation Literacy: Using the Tests (You Think) You Hate to Help the Students You Love by Maureen Connolly,Vicky Giouroukakis