How can fluency and comprehension strategies be implemented in an urban setting to promote active literacy engagement in the classroom?
My capstone project highlights fluency and comprehension strategies for literacy that can be used with at-risk students in the classroom. Included in my capstone project is a Guide to Active Literacy for the primary classroom teachers to use during Literacy block. The guide is a way for teachers to set up their guided reading groups. Not only are there strategies listed with lesson plans and graphic organizers for teachers to use during literacy block with many different types of texts, but there is also a classroom management plan for teachers to use for literacy groups to be managed effectively with no time lost. The strategies have been field tested in the primary setting and have had much success with the students.
Berndt, Carrie M., "How can fluency and comprehension strategies be implemented in an urban setting to promote active literacy engagement in the classroom?" (2013). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 4033.
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