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Audio Learning

Brief 3 | 11:26 | original air date January 12, 2021
Hallmark 1: Engaging, Content-Rich Texts

Working with engaging texts that feature big ideas and rich content
How do we select and work with engaging texts that result in academic success for all learners at all grade levels? Text complexity is relative to the reader, and simply engaging with a text does not ensure academic success, especially for struggling readers and linguistically diverse learners. This topic brief addresses how to evaluate a text for complexity in terms of quantitative measures and qualitative indicators.

This episode of RBERNing Questions is the third in a series of readings of eight topic briefs, which were produced for the NYS Education Department by Nonie K. Lesaux, Ph.D. and Emily Galloway, Ed.D, to address linguistically diverse learners and the implementation of the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards. Listen to learn more!

Note: each of these eight episodes are .5 CTLE each.

Host: Collette Farone-Goodwin
Resource Specialist, Mid-State RBERN
Twitter: @Lingualady1 / @MidStateRBERN
Website: ocmboces.org/rbern
Email: cfaronegoodwin@ocmboces.org

Additional resources mentioned in this episode:

 

Brief 2 | 8:58 | original air date December 22, 2020
What Goes into Effective Reading Comprehension?

Code-Based Skills vs. Meaning-Based Skills
Effective reading comprehension consists of two main sets of skills: code-based and meaning-based. This brief discusses the importance of these skills in addition to the developmental processes and implications for instruction.

This episode of RBERNing Questions is the second in a series of readings of eight topic briefs, which were produced for the NYS Education Department by Nonie K. Lesaux, Ph.D. and Emily Galloway, Ed.D, to address linguistically diverse learners and the implementation of the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards. Listen to learn more!

Note: each of these eight episodes are .5 CTLE each.

Host: Collette Farone-Goodwin
Resource Specialist, Mid-State RBERN
Twitter: @Lingualady1 / @MidStateRBERN
Website: ocmboces.org/rbern
Email: cfaronegoodwin@ocmboces.org

Additional resources mentioned in this episode:



Brief 1 | 13:43 | original air date December 8, 2020
Advanced Literacies for Academic Success

What are Advanced Literacies?
Advanced literacies refers to the skills and competencies that enable communication in increasingly diverse ways and promote the understanding and use of text for a variety of purposes.

This episode of RBERNing Questions is the first in a series of readings of eight topic briefs, which were produced for the NYS Education Department by Nonie K. Lesaux, Ph.D. and Emily Galloway, Ed.D, to address linguistically diverse learners and the implementation of the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards. Listen to learn more!

Note: each of these eight episodes are .5 CTLE each. 

Host: Collette Farone-Goodwin
Resource Specialist, Mid-State RBERN
Twitter: @Lingualady1 / @MidStateRBERN
Website: ocmboces.org/rbern
Email: cfaronegoodwin@ocmboces.org

Additional resources mentioned in this episode: