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  • Assessment ;
  • Authentic;
  • Diagnostic;
  • Criterion referenced;
  • Informal;
  • Miscue analysis;
  • Ongoing assessment;
  • Outcomes;
  • Portfolios;
  • Protocols;
  • Rubrics;
  • Screening;
  • Self-assessment;
  • Standardized;
  • Standards-based;
  • To inform instruction;
  • as inquiry;
  • Comprehension ;
  • Comprehension monitoring;
  • Depth of (higher level;
  • literal level;
  • etc.);
  • Imagery;
  • visualizing;
  • Information processing;
  • Listening;
  • Making inferences;
  • Metacognition;
  • Predicting;
  • Prior knowledge;
  • Questioning;
  • Retelling;
  • Summarizing;
  • Text features;
  • text structure;
  • Content literacy ;
  • Content analyses;
  • Domain knowledge;
  • Specific subject areas (math;
  • art;
  • etc.);
  • Text types;
  • text features;
  • Decoding ;
  • Context;
  • High-frequency words;
  • X Morphemic analysis;
  • Polysyllabic analysis;
  • Sight words;
  • word recognition;
  • Structural analysis;
  • Digital/media literacies ;
  • Critical analysis;
  • Distance education;
  • distance learning;
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  • Internet;
  • film;
  • music;
  • etc.);
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  • resources;
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  • Socioeconomic factors;
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  • Oral reading;
  • read-alouds;
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  • rate;
  • Language learners ;
  • Code switching;
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  • English as a foreign language;
  • X English language learners;
  • English learners;
  • English as a second language;
  • English for speakers of other languages;
  • Linguistics;
  • Multilingualism;
  • First;
  • second;
  • etc.;
  • culture (C1;
  • C2;
  • etc.);
  • First;
  • second;
  • etc.;
  • language (L1;
  • L2;
  • etc.);
  • Second-language learning;
  • Second-language reading;
  • Literature ;
  • Author studies;
  • Awards;
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  • Genre studies;
  • Literary elements;
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  • Reviews;
  • Selection criteria;
  • Thematic units;
  • Adolescent/young adult literature;
  • Children's literature;
  • Drama;
  • Fairy tales;
  • folk tales;
  • Fiction;
  • Multicultural literature;
  • Nonfiction;
  • Poetry;
  • Motivation/engagement ;
  • Affective influences;
  • Aliteracy;
  • Attitude;
  • Choice;
  • preference;
  • Expectations;
  • Extrinsic;
  • Interest;
  • Intrinsic;
  • Persistence;
  • Self-efficacy;
  • Oral language ;
  • Discussion;
  • Expressive language;
  • Home language practices;
  • Language acquisition;
  • Language development;
  • Receptive language;
  • Phonics ;
  • phonemic awareness ;
  • phonological awareness ;
  • Analogy;
  • Analytic;
  • Embedded;
  • Explicit;
  • Implicit;
  • Invented spelling;
  • Onsets and rimes;
  • Phonograms;
  • Programs;
  • Spelling;
  • Synthetic;
  • Systematic;
  • Policy ;
  • Accountability;
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  • Legislation;
  • mandates;
  • Policy study;
  • Standards;
  • Research methodology ;
  • Action research;
  • teacher research;
  • Case study;
  • Discourse analysis;
  • Ethnography;
  • Evidence-based;
  • Experimental;
  • quasi-experimental;
  • Field work;
  • Formative experiments;
  • design experiments;
  • Historical;
  • Mixed methods;
  • Narrative;
  • narrative inquiry;
  • Qualitative;
  • Scientific;
  • Survey;
  • Strategies ;
  • methods ;
  • and materials ;
  • Classroom management;
  • Discussion strategies;
  • Informational text;
  • Instructional models;
  • X Instructional strategies;
  • teaching strategies;
  • Instructional technology;
  • X Learning strategies;
  • Listening strategies;
  • Metacognitive strategies;
  • Program evaluation;
  • Reading strategies;
  • Study strategies;
  • Supplementary resources;
  • Textbooks;
  • Tutoring;
  • Writing strategies;
  • Struggling learners ;
  • Achievement gap;
  • Assistive technologies;
  • At-risk factors;
  • Instructional intervention;
  • Remediation;
  • Self-perception;
  • self-concept;
  • Teacher education ;
  • professional development ;
  • Accreditation;
  • Graduate education;
  • graduate programs;
  • Induction;
  • In-service;
  • Mentoring;
  • Preservice;
  • Professional writing;
  • Reflection;
  • School based;
  • Supervision;
  • Theoretical perspectives ;
  • Behavioral;
  • Cognitive;
  • Constructionism;
  • Constructivism;
  • Critical literacy;
  • Critical pedagogy;
  • Critical theory;
  • Developmental;
  • Feminist;
  • Gender issues;
  • sexual orientation;
  • Linguistics;
  • Literary theory;
  • Neuropsychological;
  • Postmodernism;
  • Poststructuralism;
  • Psycholinguistic;
  • Schema theory;
  • Semiotics;
  • Sociocognitive;
  • Sociocultural;
  • Socioeconomic;
  • Sociolinguistic;
  • Transactional;
  • Transformative;
  • Vygotskian;
  • Vocabulary ;
  • Affixes;
  • Analogies;
  • X Cognates;
  • Context clues;
  • General vocabulary;
  • X Morphology;
  • Practice;
  • exposure;
  • wide reading;
  • Selecting;
  • Specialized vocabulary;
  • Word structure;
  • Writing ;
  • Audience;
  • Genres;
  • Grammar;
  • Modes;
  • Purpose;
  • Spelling;
  • Style;
  • Useage;
  • Writer's workshop;
  • Writing across the curriculum;
  • Writing process;
  • Writing to learn;
  • To learners in which of the following categories does your work apply? ;
  • Early childhood ;
  • Childhood ;
  • Early adolescence ;
  • X Adolescence ;
  • College/university students ;
  • Adult ;
  • Special needs