Literacy Instruction Methods

Barbara A. Marinak & Linda B. Gambrell

In: Encyclopedia of Language Development

Literacy Instruction Methods

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  • There is a perfect storm brewing in literacy. Responding to a disturbing rise in the number of students struggling to become literate, educators around the world are implementing unprecedented school reforms. At the heart of this reform in the United States are two initiatives that must converge seamlessly if all students are to reach their literacy potential. Response to Intervention (RTI) and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) should be viewed as complementary (versus competing) efforts. Both have the goal of increasing the effectiveness of literacy instruction in all classrooms. RTI is the legislative imperative urging school districts to use a system of early intervening services to provide intervention to all children at risk for school failure. The CCSS are a state-led effort to define ...

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