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Balanced Literacy Works Best for Common Core

08/07/2014

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by Mark Federman is the principal of East Side Community School, a public school in New York City for sixth- through 12th-graders. He leads workshops throughout the country on balanced literacy and transitioning to the Common Core. UPDATED JULY 3, 2014, 1:37 PM We must end the absurd notion that balanced literacy is somehow at odds with the […]

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Balanced Literacy Is One Effective Approach

08/07/2014

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  by  Lucy Calkins, an early advocate of balanced literacy, is the founding director of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project and the Robinson Professor in Children’s Literature at Teachers College, where she co-directs the literacy specialist program. UPDATED JULY 2, 2014, 6:51 PM Saying there has been a “shift back to balanced literacy” implies […]

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Dica de Leitura para as férias: A língua de Eulália, de Marcos Bagno

01/07/2014

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Taí uma leitura tão instrutiva quanto deliciosa: o livro “A língua de Eulália”, de Marcos Bagno. Quem me conhece já me ouviu indicar esta leitura em cursos e palestras, porque, de fato, acho-a valiosíssima: ninguém pode trabalhar com língua(s)  sem conhecer um pouco da estrutura de sua própria língua e entender por que certas expressões […]

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Metodologias de Ensino para Educação Bilíngue

29/03/2014

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    Veja o ppt inteiro aqui: Metodologias de Ensino para Educação Bilíngue  

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Novidade no EBB: classificados de empregos para profissionais e instituições de educação bilíngue

08/01/2014

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Ao longo dos anos nosso blog foi se tornando um ponto de encontro para professores, pais e estudiosos da educação bilíngue que nos visitam por uma série de razões. Embora sejamos um blog criado e mantido voluntariamente, alcançamos um número expressivo de acessos, que hoje está em mais de 400 mil visitantes. Isso nos dá […]

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Summer Institute for Immersion Teachers at University of Minessota

29/09/2013

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Summer Institute for Immersion Teachers at University of Minessota After reading the book “Struggling Learners & Language Immersion Education”,  I found out that the University of Minessota has a their own research center in immersion education: CARLA – The Center for Advanced on Language Acquisition. CARLA offers 2 one-week courses in immersion education and biliteracy […]

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Guided Reading as an Instructional Approach by Fountas and Pinnell

22/09/2013

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Guided Reading as an Instructional Approach Guided reading is small-group reading instruction designed to provide differentiated  teaching that supports students in developing reading proficiency. The teacher uses a  tightly structured framework that allows for the incorporation of several research-based approaches into a coordinated whole. For the student, the guided reading lesson means  reading and talking […]

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Novo artigo do Prof. François Grosjean, PhD: “When Bilinguals Listen”

22/09/2013

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Is speech perception in bilinguals always nonselective? Published on September 21, 2013 by Francois Grosjean, Ph.D. in Life as a Bilingual In an earlier post, we saw that bilingual language production is a dynamic process which can operate in different language activation states depending on a number of factors (see here). These can be linguistic but also psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic […]

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Targeted Literacy Coaching

24/08/2013

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Targeted Literacy Coaching a guest blog post by Laurie Elish-Piper and Susan K. L’Allier, 2013 Literacy for All Conference Speakers Erin, an elementary literacy coach described her frustration with too much to do and no clear way to prioritize and focus her coaching work. “I feel like I’m running as fast as I can, and […]

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The Power of Prediction

24/08/2013

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The Power of Prediction by Wendy Vaulton, Senior Researcher, Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative at Lesley University If you think prediction is only for weather forecasters and Nostradamus, you may be leaving out a key part of the process of digging into your data. Predicting what we think we’ll find turns us from […]

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