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Literacy Resources Clearinghouse
The clearinghouse includes books, journals, aritcles, research reports, organizations and more for enhancing the instructional practices of Kentucky's educators. Use the search field below to find resources according to Author, titles, year published, type or keywords. You can also browse resouces through the filter option which provides a broader search interface. All resouces can be exported in a variety of formats including Rich Text Format (RTF), XML, BibTex and Google Scholar.
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What research says about parent involvement in children’s education in relation to academic achievement. . Michigan Department of Education Decision Making Yardstick.(2002).
Empowering Fathers of Disadvantaged Preschoolers to Take a More Active Role in Preparing Their Children for Literacy Success at School. Early Childhood Education Journal. 37(5), 363 - 370.(2010).
Parental involvement in homework. Educational Psychologist. 36(3),(2001).
Family involvement in elementary school children’s education.. Family Involvement Makes a Difference.(2006).
Preschool literacy experience and later reading achievement. Journal Of Learning Disabilities. 24(8),(1991).
Performance Based Assessment
Focused anecdotal records assessment: A tool for standards-based, authentic assessment. The Reading Teacher. 58(3),(2004).
High and low implementers of content literacy instruction: Portraits of teacher efficacy. Teaching and Teacher Education. 24,(2008).
Phoneme Grapheme Correspondence
Whole-to-parts phonics instruction: Building on what children know to help them know more.. The Reading Teacher. 52(5),(1999).
There's Reading... and Then There's Reading: Process Models and Instruction. Focus on the Basics. 1(B),(1997).
Techniques for Teaching Beginning-level Reading to Adults. Focus on the Basics. 5(A),(2001).
From phonological awareness to fluency in each lesson. The Reading Teacher. 58(3),(2004).
How much should young children read? A study of the relationship between development and instruction. Literacy Teaching and Learning: An International Journal of Early Literacy. 11(1),(2006).
Teaching children to use a context plus phonics strategy. Reading Horizons. 25,(1985).
Scripted and unscripted reading instructional models: Effects on the phonics and reading achievement of first grade struggling readers. Reading & Writing Quarterly. 24(4),(2008).