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Sarah McGeown; Kristin Conradi Smith – Reading Teacher, 2024
While there is a considerable body of research demonstrating benefits of book reading, the quality and depth of engagement children experience while reading is essential to ensure positive reading experiences and outcomes. In this article we describe four dimensions of reading engagement: behavioral, cognitive, affective, and social, illustrating…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Literature Appreciation, Reading Achievement, Teaching Methods
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Jon M. Wargo; Kierstin Giunco – Reading Teacher, 2024
Offering a heuristic to apprentice young children into the disciplines, we examine how one multiage classroom teacher leveraged the resources of personal digital inquiry to forward students' knowledge building.
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Literacy, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Students
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Blythe E. Anderson – Reading Teacher, 2024
Vocabulary knowledge plays a critical role in supporting text comprehension and broader learning across the school day. While school offers opportunities to build vocabulary knowledge, studies have shown that very little time is devoted to vocabulary instruction at the elementary level. This may be, in part, because educators commonly report being…
Descriptors: Vocabulary Development, Teaching Methods, Reading Comprehension, Elementary School Students
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Kathryn L. Roberts; Poonam Arya; Kathleen K. Plond – Reading Teacher, 2024
In this article we report the results and classroom implications of a qualitative study that explored third-grade students' interactions with each other as they partner read. Participants included 10 students, each of whom engaged in three readings with a partner during recorded observations. All students had been taught structures for partner…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Reading Aloud to Others, Grade 3, Interaction
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Johny Daniel; Amy Barth; Ethan Ankrum – Reading Teacher, 2024
Reading comprehension is contingent upon the integration of various reading skills, including word reading, reading fluency, and comprehension strategies. Students who encounter challenges in both word reading and reading comprehension present an opportunity for growth across multiple reading-related domains. Recent intervention data, as…
Descriptors: Intervention, Reading Comprehension, Reading Skills, Elementary School Students
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Jeanne Gilliam Fain – Reading Teacher, 2024
Many teachers tirelessly grapple with topics of text selection, evaluation, and comprehension--examining elements of diversity, quality, and kid appeal to empower teachers to select titles for classrooms through a critical lens--under a mandated scripted curriculum. The purpose of this column is to explore and draw upon teachers' knowledge around…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Teaching Methods, Reading Comprehension, Critical Reading
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Katherine Landau Wright; Julianne Wenner; Tracey S. Hodges – Reading Teacher, 2024
One strategy for developing science literacy and scientific literacy in young children is through published trade books. To better understand how science literacy and scientific literacy may be represented in elementary classrooms, we investigated children's books that explore science concepts. Specifically, we examined high-quality science trade…
Descriptors: Books, Misinformation, Scientific Literacy, Elementary School Students
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Courtney Shimek – Reading Teacher, 2024
Few studies examine young children's multimodal responses to nonfiction picture books, and even fewer examine teaching practices that encourage these responses. This case study of a kindergarten class illustrates how one teacher regularly conducted interactive whole-group read-alouds using nonfiction picture books. After examining the multimodal…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Preschool Teachers, Reading Aloud to Others, Nonfiction
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Sonia Q. Cabell; Tricia A. Zucker – Reading Teacher, 2024
Engaging in frequent, meaningful conversation during the early years of schooling is foundational for children's literacy development. Specifically, developing oral language through daily conversations is essential for language comprehension, and eventually, reading comprehension. In this article, we discuss how teachers can use the…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Language Skills, Oral Language, Preschool Education
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Allison A. Serceki; Margaret Sauceda Curwen – Reading Teacher, 2024
This article illustrates how two teachers, a general educator and a special educator, used an interactive process in planning an interdisciplinary science unit for an inclusive Kindergarten classroom and how they addressed Universal Design for Learning (UDL) components. This planning process included capitalizing on each teacher's knowledge and…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Inclusion, Special Education Teachers, Preschool Teachers
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Amber Lawson – Reading Teacher, 2024
When young children of Color from minoritized communities read decodable readers mandated by their school districts, children approach reading the texts with the expectation that the texts will make sense. While decodable readers allow children to apply their knowledge of phonics skills in context to support their word recognition, they tend to…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Reading Instruction, Decoding (Reading), Reading Comprehension
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Micah Watanabe; Tracy Arner; Danielle McNamara – Reading Teacher, 2024
Students in the 3rd and 4th grade often encounter what has been called a reading "slump" when their class curriculums increasingly ask them to comprehend and learn from texts. Students are more likely to struggle if they have not been offered sufficient opportunities to build world and domain knowledge and engage in challenging…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Reading Strategies, Elementary School Students, Grade 3
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Alfred W. Tatum – Reading Teacher, 2024
Discussions and practices focused on Black boys' literacy development and equity in U.S. classrooms require serious thought and interrogation if the aim is to move these boys toward advanced levels of reading, writing, intellectual development, and human development. Sorely, Black boys have become subjects of educational, programming, and policy…
Descriptors: African American Students, Males, Literacy, Literacy Education
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Compton-Lilly, Catherine; Ellison, Tisha Lewis; Rogers, Rebecca – Reading Teacher, 2023
Across research, policy, and practice, the experiences, knowledge, and collective experiences of Families of Color have been routinely erased, disregarded, and ignored, despite their potential for engaging and motivating students, creating inclusive classrooms, and addressing educational inequities. In this metasynthesis, we explicitly focus on…
Descriptors: Family Literacy, Scholarship, Minority Groups, Family Involvement
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Lewis Ellison, Tisha – Reading Teacher, 2023
Due to the paucity of research that focuses on the digital and STEAM literacy practices of Black students and youth and their families in home and community spaces, this article acts as a call for awareness to understand the already-existing digital practices that acknowledges and honors their racial, cultural, and social lives. Lewis Ellison…
Descriptors: African American Students, Digital Literacy, STEM Education, Art Education
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