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Designing & delivering instruction to reach the language, learning, and literacy special populations in general content classrooms

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Designing & delivering instruction to reach the language, learning, and literacy special populations in general content classrooms
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Designing and delivering instruction to reach the language, learning, and literacy special populations in general content classrooms
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Language arts -- Correlation with content subjects ( lcsh )
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Language arts -- Correlation with content subjects ( fast )
Special education ( fast )
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Includes bibliographical references (leaves 173-186).
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by Linda Champney.

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COMW

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English Language Learners. Students with Learning Disabilities. Struggling Readers. 69"10 69"10

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Washington Post

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Research question.

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Research hypothesis. Methodology

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CONTENT LITERACY WHEEL

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Enriching Content Classes/or Secondary ESDL Students Inclusive Education/or the 2r' Century Reading/or Understanding: Toward an R&D Program in Reading Comprehension Report the National Reading Panel: Reports 0/ the Subgroups

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English Language Learners

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Closing the Achievement Gap,

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Students with Learning Disabilities

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Struggling Readers

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Reading/or Understanding

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As

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General Education

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English Language Learners Prior knowledge.

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Vocabulary.

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Organizers.

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Elaboration.

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Engagement.

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Metacognition.

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Students with Learning Disabilities Prior knowledge.

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Vocabulary.

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Organizers.

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Elaboration.

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Engagement.

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Metacognition.

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Struggling Readers Prior knowledge.

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Vocabulary.

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Organizers.

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Elaboration.

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Engagement.

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Metacognition.

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General Education Students Prior knowledge.

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Vocabulary.

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Organizers.

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Elaboration.

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Engagement.

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Melacognilion.

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Participants

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Procedures

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Data Coding and Analysis

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Expected Findings

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Limitations

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Research Question. Research Hypothesis.

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Correlation Between Teachers and Content Literacy Wheel Points

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Co"elation Between Variables and Content Literacy Wheel Points

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Variations Between Groups

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The Nature of the Observed CLW Components

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NEW ACTIVITY

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Conclusion

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Parti Part 2

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Part Research question. Research hypothesis. Methodology

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Components Become Cognitive Processes

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A Pyramid Becomes a Wheel

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Research Recommendations Meet Current Practice

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House on Mango Street

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"High-pointIHigh-rec" Lessons vs "Low-pointILow-rec" Lessons

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this,

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Context Handbook of Communication and Socia/Interaction Skills:

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CPIP Strip

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PlellSe name the teacher in this school who BEST meets the needs of PlellSe name another teacher in this school who EFFECTIVELY meets the needs of (special population) in this school and tell me how you know.

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