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Reading Philosophies
*Consider the constructivist and explicit instruction views of teaching reading.

*Develop a chart that compares and contrasts the two views. Include two to three reading activities for each philosophy and two to three assessments that correlate with each philosophy.

*Write a summary essay of 1,000-1,250 words in which you describe both approaches and documents the approach that you prefer.

Provide at least five peer-reviewed articles that can be used in support of your content. Use in-text citations and APA format required

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Preview: and xxxxxx instruction xxxx reading teaching xxxxxxxxxx are experiments xxx solving xxx xxxx world xxxxxxxx Explicit instruction xxxxxxxx that teachers xxxxxx to xxxxxxxx x dynamic xxxxxxxx to keep xxxxxxxx engage in xxxxxxx Presenting xxxxxxxx xxxx appealing xxxxxxx activities will xx the best xxxxxxxx under xxxx xxxxxxxxxx While xxxxxxxx students to xxxxxx reading material, xxxxxxx comprehension, xxx xxxxxxxxx the xxxxxxx process can xx covered, as xxxx In xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx Hands xx experiences are xxxx to make xxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx Explicit xxxxxxxxxxx classroom requires xxxx teachers plan xxxxxxxxx activities xxx xxxxx students xx keep them xxxxxx in reading xxx cover xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx at xxx same time xxxxxxx builds upon xxxxx material xxxxxxxx xxxx to xxxx students figure xxx how the xxxxxxx material xxxx xxxxxx the xxxxxxx of what xxxx already know xxxxxxxx break xxxx xxxxxxx skills xxx strategies into xxxxxxx instructional units xxxxxxxx instruction xxxxxxxx xxxxxx lessons xx students needs xxxxx under the xxxxxxxxxxxxxx room xxxxxxx xxx focused xx the group xxxxxxxxxxxxx learning Students xxx only xxxx xxxx on xxxxx teachers or xxx textbooks to xxxxxx their xxxxxxxxx xxxx use xxxxx as learning xxxxxxx Explicit instruction xxxxxxx group xxxxxxxx xx students xxxxx more when xxxxxxx in groups xxxxxxx students xxxx xx be xxxxxxxx to become xxxxxxxxxxx engaged in xxx presented xxxxxx xxxxx this xxxxxxxxx the teachers xxxxx their lessons xx modeling xxx xxxxxx (Archer xx al, 2011, x 2) Both xxxxxxxxxx consider xxxx xxxxxxxx students xxxxxxx learning Teachers xxx constantly circulating xxx listening xx xxxxx students xxxxxx sure that xxx student’s suppositions xxx correct xxxxxxx xxxxxx begin xxxx clear expectations xxxxxxxxx to the xxxxxxxx students xxxxx xxxxxx after xxxxxxxxxxxxx the instructional xxxxx and expected xxxxxxxx Both xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx on xxx role that xxxxxxxx play in xxx classroom xxxxxxxx xxx differently xx the classroom xx constructivism teachers xxxxxx students xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx about xxxxxxx material is xxxxxxx and under xxx second xxxxxxxx xxxxx expectations xxx presented to xxx students to xxxxxx they xxxxxxxxxx xxxx the xxxxxxxx learning outcomes xxx Teachers assess xxxxxxxx learning xx xxxxxxxxxxxxx student’s xxxxxxxxxxxxxx points of xxxxx and tests xxxxxxxx test xxxxxxxx xx monitor xxx student's learning xxxxxxxx are constantly xxxxxxxx student's xxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx that xxxxxxxx comprehend the xxxxxxx material Delaying xxxx process xxx xxxxxx learning xx teachers may xxxxxxxx that most xxxxxxxx did xxx xxxxx the xxxx ideas being xxxxxxxxx in the xxxx Both xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx in xxxxxxxxx and summative xxxxxxxxxxx to evaluate xxxxxxxxxxx knowledge xx xxxxxxxx for x constructivist classroom xx presenting the xxxxx with x xxxxxxx model xxxxxx for the xxxxx grade Each xxxxxxx is xxxxxxxxxxx xxx reading xxx book The xxxxx will read xxxxxx class xx xxx teacher xxxxxxxx the class xxx.....
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