Literacy Principles

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Changing Minds, Changing Lives
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-05-10 12:01
last episode published
2014-03-13 19:16
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8.22 days
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Number of Episodes
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13.03.2014 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Terry Clinefelter – Pathways to Reading (Literacy Principles #7)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/LP_Reading_Pathways.mp3 Pathways to Reading is a teacher professional learning model and reading curriculum.  Join Jane as she explores this model[...] The post Terry Clinefelter – Pathways to Reading (Litera...
Jane Seward author
13.03.2014

Terry Clinefelter– Pathways to Reading (Literacy Principles #7)

Pathways to Reading is a teacher professional learning model and reading curriculum.  Join Jane as she explores this model with the author and founder, Terry Clinefelter. Jane Seward can be contacted at: janes@essdack.org Twitter @JaneSeward2 Robi Alst...
Jane Seward author
14.02.2014 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Principal 4 Part 2: “The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principal #6)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/LP_6.mp3 Principle 4 (Part 2): “The young child’s brain prepares to read far earlier than one might ever suspect, making[...] The post Principal 4 Part 2: “The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principal #6) ap...
Jane Seward author
14.02.2014

Principal 4 Part 2:“The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principal #6)

Principle 4 (Part 2): “The young child’s brain prepares to read far earlier than one might ever suspect, making use of almost all the raw material of early childhood.”  Maryanne Wolf Reading aloud to a young child develops the important structures that...
Jane Seward author
31.01.2014 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Principle 4: “The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principles #5)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/Lp_5.mp3 Principle 4 (Part 1): “The young child’s brain prepares to read far earlier than one might ever suspect, making[...] The post Principle 4: “The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principles #5) appeared ...
Jane Seward author
31.01.2014

Principle 4:“The Young Child’s Brain” (Literacy Principles #5)

Principle 4 (Part 1): “The young child’s brain prepares to read far earlier than one might ever suspect, making use of almost all the raw material of early childhood.”  Maryanne Wolf Reading aloud to a young child develops the important structures that...
Jane Seward author
17.01.2014 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Principle 3: Efficient Word Recognition (Literacy Principle #4)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/LP_4.mp3 Principle 3: Efficient word recognition is essential to reading comprehension. Decades of research support the need for explicit and[...] The post Principle 3: Efficient Word Recognition (Literacy P...
Jane Seward author
17.01.2014

Principle 3: Efficient Word Recognition (Literacy Principle #4)

Principle 3: Efficient word recognition is essential to reading comprehension. Decades of research support the need for explicit and systematic phonics instruction.  Both decoding and language comprehension abilities are necessary for reading, and both...
Jane Seward author
3.01.2014 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Principle 2: Reading Is The Product Of Word Recognition and Oral Language Comprehension (Literacy Principles #3)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/LP_3.mp3 The Simple View of Reading is a formula based on the widely accepted view that reading has two basic[...] The post Principle 2: Reading Is The Product Of Word Recognition and Oral Language Comprehen...
Jane Seward author
3.01.2014

Principle 2: Reading Is The Product Of Word Recognition and Oral Language Comprehension (Literacy Principles #3)

The Simple View of Reading is a formula based on the widely accepted view that reading has two basic components.  As a result, the child’s fundamental task in learning to read is to discover how print maps onto their existing spoken language.  Keeping ...
Jane Seward author
20.12.2013 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Principle 1: Reading Isn’t A Natural Process (Literary Principles #2)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/lp2.mp3 Principle 1: Reading isn’t a natural process. It is an acquired act that must be learned at a conscious[...] The post Principle 1: Reading Isn’t A Natural Process (Literary Principles #2) appeared fir...
Jane Seward author
20.12.2013

Principle 1: Reading Isn’t A Natural Process (Literary Principles #2)

Principle 1: Reading isn’t a natural process. It is an acquired act that must be learned at a conscious level. Rich text experiences aren’t enough for a student to become a proficient reader.  However, reading instruction is one area in which we have s...
Jane Seward author
26.11.2013 http://remarkablechatter.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/LiteracyPrinciples.jpg

Literacy Principles With Jane Seward and Robi Alstrom (Literacy Principles #1)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/LP1.mp3   Robi Alstrom and Jane Seward, Literacy Specialists at ESSDACK, introduce themselves as well as share the inspiration behind[...] The post Literacy Principles With Jane Seward and Robi Alstrom (Liter...
Jane Seward author
26.11.2013

Literacy Principles With Jane Seward and Robi Alstrom (Literacy Principles #1)

Robi Alstrom and Jane Seward, Literacy Specialists at ESSDACK, introduce themselves as well as share the inspiration behind their podcast name, “Literacy Principles.”  You can contact Jane Seward at: janes@essdack.org You can contact Robi Alstrom at: r...
Jane Seward author