Alphabetics, Fluency, and Vocabulary – The Parts Make a Difference

Alphabetics, Fluency, and Vocabulary – The Parts Make a Difference

Resources:
https://lincs.ed.gov/publications/pdf/applyingresearch.pdf    Chapter 4-6
https://www.learnerweb.org/LearnerWeb/LearnerWeb.html?region=literacyworkslincs&locale=en&#REGION_HOME_PAGE    Teaching Adults to Read – Alphabetics (Chapter 4) OR Vocabulary (Chapter 6), OR Fluency (Chapter 5)
http://www.proliteracyednet.org/articles.asp?mcid=2&cid=24   Phonemic Awareness Instruction for Adult Literacy Learners (Chapter 4) OR A Way with Words (Chapter 6), OR Developing Reading Fluency (Chapter 5)
Discussion:  How are alphabetics, fluency, and vocabulary interrelated?  How can this be done in the classroom to strengthen this connection?  What can be done to help learners make this connection?

Assignments:
1. Read Chapters 4-6 of Applying Research in Reading Instruction for Adults.
2. Participate in either the ProLiteracy or Teaching Adults to Read (TAR) online self-paced courses that correspond with the Chapters 4, 5, or 6 of Applying Research in Reading Instruction for Adults book.  In a 1-2 page paper, compare and contrast the two resources.  Which provided information most relevant for you?  What resources are stellar and which are still missing? Note:  you will only complete one paper after participating in one of the paired courses on your choice of topics-alphabetics, vocabulary, or fluency.

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