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Instructor’s Manual

Betty D. Roe Professor Emerita, Tennessee Technological University

Nancy J. Kolodziej Tennessee Technological University

Barbara D. Stoodt-Hill Retired, John Tyler Community College and Old Dominion University

Paul C. Burns Late of University of Tennessee at Knoxville

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Learning Objectives Chapter Outline Teaching and Learning Strategies Instructional Materials and Resources Performance-Based Assessments Field Experiences

Chapter 1 Content Area Literacy in a Changing World Chapter 2 Integrating Technology in Content Area Literacy Instruction Chapter 3 Content Literacy Assessment Chapter 4 Vocabulary Development Chapter 5 The Process of Constructing Meaning from Texts Chapter 6 Strategies for Constructing Meaning from Texts Chapter 7 Location and Organization of Information Chapter 8 Reading/Study Strategies for Textbook Use Chapter 9 Writing in the Content Areas Chapter 10 Literature-Based and Thematic Approaches to Content Area Teaching Chapter 11 Reading in the Content Areas: Part I Chapter 12 Reading in the Content Areas: Part II Appendix A: Chapter 1, Common Core State Standards and Meeting Students’ Needs Appendix B: Chapter 2, Discussion Web Appendix C: Chapter 3, Readability Chart Appendix D: Chapter 4, Vocabulary Rating Activity

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Preface This Instructor’s Manual is divided into three parts. Part One offers three model syllabi for courses for which this book might be used. Part Two includes chapter instructional resources. For each chapter the following resources are provided: I. Learning Objectives II. Chapter Outlines III. Teaching and Learning Strategies IV. Instructional Materials V. Performance-Based Assessments VI. Field Experiences The section on Learning Objectives describes the learning that should result from the study of the chapter. These objectives can help in planning instruction for the chapter. The section on Teaching and Learning Strategies offers the instructor ideas for presenting each chapter in class. Each instructor can choose the ideas that best fit a particular class or situation. The Instructional Materials sections are included to alert the instructor to some of the many supplementary materials that can be used to enhance the presentation of the text material. A college or university media center is a possible source of supplementary materials for classroom use. The Performance-Based Assessment suggestions are an important part of the classroom-based assessment emphasis that is currently finding much favor among educators. They allow the instructor to evaluate the students’ ability to perform instructional tasks. The Field Experiences activities are provided for use with students who are involved in practicums or field experiences. They provide practical application of concepts addressed in each chapter. The Appendices include instructional tools for each chapter that can be duplicated for use with students. These tools not only enhance students’ comprehension of content in the chapters, but they also serve as a means for modeling effective teaching strategies advocated in the textbook. The Test Bank (available electronically through your sales representative) includes two types of objective items (multiple-choice and true-false), and essay and case analysis questions. Each type of assessment item has value for the busy instructor. The objective questions are time-savers for teachers who give frequent quizzes. Answers to these questions are provided. The essay and case analysis questions offer thought-provoking items that the instructor may want to use as a basis for class discussion or as essay questions for written or oral examinations. The case analysis items are extended descriptions of hypothetical instructional situations that require students to assess information and make judgments.

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