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Using Formative Assessment to Differentiate Middle School Literacy Instruction
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Using Formative Assessment to Differentiate Middle School Literacy Instruction
Seven Practices to Maximize Learning

  • Leslie Laud - Bank Street College of Education, New York, USA
  • Pooja Patel - United Nations International School, NY


January 2013 | 232 pages | Corwin
This book provides a clear roadmap for using formative assessment to differentiate literacy instruction for students in middle school using strategies ideal for a Response to Intervention (RTI) model. Authors Leslie Laud and Pooja Patel present a comprehensive framework of research-based practices that show how to establish new classroom norms, implement formative assessment, create tiered lessons, and manage a multitasking classroom effectively. The authors also cite the latest research and describe the instructional procedures found most effective for teaching middle school literacy through a unique set of seven practices.The book's strategies are designed for use in conjunction with any curriculum or textbook. Included are a wealth of practical examples, reproducibles, and student activities—all developed with effective time management in mind.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Getting Started With Formative Assessment


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ISBN: 9781452226217
£24.99