- devrdgI.pdf (application/pdf Object)
- Education Examinations
Literacy Instruction In The Elementary School
- Excelsior Literacy Instruction in the Elementary School
Make sure you know what an emergent learner is. There were at least 8 questions related to that. Know the different cues that readers use such as syntactic cues, semantic cues, and grapophonic cues. Be able to look at the way a student interprets information and pick which cue they used. Know what a basal reader is. Know what reading recovery is. Phonemic, phonetic, know the difference. Be familiar with constructivism theory.
- Exelsior -- Cliffs notes on chapter books
The award-winning books listed below are available in public libraries and local bookstores. You will need to be familiar with all of these books. The examination will test your ability to use these books in elementary literacy instruction
- Glossary of Reading Terms
??? Not direct prep for Exelsior but a quick dictionary of literacy tems
- literacy notes ???
Confusing but may have good info -- especially near the end
- literacydictionary.pdf (application/pdf Object)
??? Not direct study materials but a quick guide to literacy vocabulary
- Should I wait or Just do it!!??
Just take both practice exams and really pay attention to the answers, both the correct and and incorrect answers as they give you a ton of information. Also you will see a lot of the same scenarios / questions on the real exam. Take a deep breath and take the plunge. You can do this!
- Tuition Benefits Program Catalog 2010-2011-NYS & CSEA Partnership for Education and Training
You can receive reimbursement for an unlimited number of exams, including test center fees, offered through the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), DSSTs, Thomas Edison College Examination Program (TECEP), and Excelsior College exams in addition to your standard tuition benefits. Interested applicants must speak to an advisor to be eligible. Call 518-486-7814 or 800-253-4332 for information about these programs or email an advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Understanding Phonics and its role in Literacy Education
Phonics vs Phonemic awareness . . .
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