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Media Literacy for 2018: Four Moves and a Habit

Recently, I was reading an article about language and ideas that 2017 brought into our lives.  The piece cited Mike Caulfield, director of blended and networked learning at Washington State University in Vancouver, WA.  Caulfield explains, we teach close reading and analysis of elements, like tone, where, "'fact-checkers', get to the truth of an issue in 60 to 90 seconds."  How do they do it?

Teaching Adults to Read Study Circle for Vocabulary Instruction - Registration Announcement!

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TEACHING ADULTS TO READ!

Practitioner Study Circles: Research to Practice for Teaching the four Reading Components:  FLUENCY, ALPHABETICS, VOCABULARY, COMPREHENSION

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TEACHING ADULTS TO READ Study Circles for Winter and Spring!

A FREE Professional Development Opportunity brought to you by LINCS.

Facilitated online study circles for adult educators who want to learn – and practice - more about assessing and teaching the components of reading.

Winter series: Teaching Comprehension. Spring series: Teaching Vocabulary 

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Reminder: TAR January Study Circle for Alphabetics - Registration Deadline!!

Implementing TEACHING ADULTS TO READ - Practitioner study circles for applying reading research to instructional practice!

Next up: ALPHABETICS INSTRUCTION!

A professional development opportunity brought to you by LINCS RPDC 4. The next session in this series of research-based, facilitated online Study Circles for Teaching Adults to Read begins in the new year!  Please see below for more information ...

Teaching Adults To Read Study Circle for Alphabetics starts in January!

Implementing TEACHING ADULTS TO READ - Practitioner study circles for applying reading research to instructional practice!

Next up: ALPHABETICS INSTRUCTION!

A professional development opportunity brought to you by LINCS RPDC 4. The next session in this series of research-based, facilitated online Study Circles for Teaching Adults to Read begins in the new year!  Please see below for more information ...

Deepening text understanding

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Reading comprehension improves the more that readers work with the text. For example, we often ask readers to develop summary statements of paragraphs or topics that they've read. That "summarizing" activity is an example of working with text in a manner that's different from just "reading."

Developing an adult literacy instructional program

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