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Family Time Reading Fun: Help Children Become Successful Listeners, Speakers, Thinkers, Readers and Writers: A Resource for Parents, Teachers, and Tutors

Author(s): Linda M Clinard

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2020

Pages: 204

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Family Time Reading Fun contains:

Part I  TEN KEYS TO LITERACY

Part 2  INFLUENCES ON LITERACY DEVELOPMENT including:

  • Attitude and Interests
  • Physical Factor
  • Expectations
  • Educational Experiences and Resources
  • Testing and Other Assessments
  • Parents!


Part 3  102 LITERACY STRATEGIES WITH A PURPOSE

Strategies are grouped into five categories based upon the 2010 national K-5 Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
    1. Literacy/Reading: Foundational Skills 

  • Print Concepts
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Phonics and Word Recognition
  • Fluency

    2. Speaking & Listening 
    3. Language
    4. Reading: Literature and Informational Text 
    5. Writing

 Activities are linked, as applicable, to the national Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects which makes this the perfect book for developing and supporting partnerships between home and school.

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About the Author
Introduction
GOALS
AUDIENCE
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
HOW IS THIS BOOK ORGANIZED?

PART 1 Ten Keys to Literacy

PART 2 Influences on Literacy
Attitude and Interests
Physical Factors
Expectations
Everyday Literacy Experiences and Resources
Tests and Other Assessments
PARENTS!

PART 3 Literacy Strategies: Activities with a Purpose
Reading: Foundational Skills
ABC Book
Alpha
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Clapping Machines
Do You Hear an Echo?
Drivin’ to the Beat
Finger Walk
Fun on Board
Green Means Go
In the Bag
Is It Too Hard?
Joking Around
Land on It!
Leave It Out
Letter Art
Make a Game of It
Make a Match
More Fun Than One
Mystery Word
Record It
Seeing and Saying Key Words
Seeing How We Read and Write Sentences
Shop ‘Til You Drop
Shopping for Words
Shout It and Write It—I’m So Proud!
Silly Sounds
Tap Dancer
Trace-Over Art
What a Character!
Wonderful Words
Word Speed-Up

Speaking and Listening
Ask More and Tell Less
Career Field Trip
Check, Please!
Child Chat
Draw a Word
Going to the Doctor
Hear It First
Hide and Guess
Lights, Camera, Action!
News Reporter
Parent/Student/Teacher Meeting
Play-by-Play
Question and Answer Time
Say It Like You Mean It
Take Charge
Tell Me More

Language
At Close Range
Call It as You See It
Charted Letters
Cleaning Day Fun
Computer Fun with New Words
Demonstration Station
Down to a System
Far, Far Away
Feeling Good!
Not-a-Bore Chore
Personal Speller
Picture What You Mean!
Rainbow Word Trace-Over
Sentence Scramble
Shake It. Make It.
Story Words
Taking Turns
The Right Fit
Thematic Picture Dictionary
Wish Lists

Reading: Literature and Informational Text
Before, During, and After
Go and Know
I Can Read It and Do It
It’s Fun to Organize
Laugh It Up
Picture It
Positive Role Models
Reading All Around
Reading Is Everywhere!
Show It When You Know It
Stump the Grown-Up
Take a Wild Guess

Writing
A Special Place
Be on the Lookout
Break It Up
Create a Caption
Gifts for Writing Fun!
Good-Work Meeting Day
Less May Be Best
Letter-Message Guide
My Daily Schedule
No Boundaries
Notice the “Good Stuff”
Perfect Pen Pals
Playing Secretary
See Writing Grow
Sloppy Copy
The Writing Process
To-Do Lists
Turn It Around
Why Read and Write?
Write Away
“Write On”

Appendix A: References and Family Literacy Resources

Appendix B: Online Resources for Parents and Teachers
Online Family Literacy Resources
Online Children’s Book Lists
Online Dictionaries for Parents, Teachers, and
Students

Appendix C: Introduction to National K-5 Common
Core State Standards
Common Core Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and
Technical Subjects

Appendix D: Strategies and Goals

Linda M Clinard

Linda McCorkel Clinard received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan with a focus on curriculum development and teacher education, her M.S. in reading education from Indiana University, and her B.A. in K-8 education from Biola University, La Mirada, California. She received the California Reading Association Margaret Lynch Community Service Award in 2003, the Orange County (California) Reading Association “Outstanding Contribution to Reading Award” in 2001, and the Michigan “International Reading Association Literacy Award” in 1988.

Dr. Clinard has served as an elementary and secondary classroom teacher and reading specialist in California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, and overseas for the Department of Defense Schools in Germany and Okinawa. Dr. Clinard taught reading/literacy education courses for Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and the University of California-Irvine Department of Education. She retired from UCI in 2007 after serving for seven years as site director of the California Reading and Literature Project in the UCI Center for Educational Partnerships. As CRLP director, she facilitated professional development for PreK-Grade 12 partners with a goal of developing literacy leaders and improving reading, writing, and other literacy skills for all students.

Dr. Clinard currently serves as an early literacy consultant and also delivers presentations for schools and the community that focus on school-to-home communication, early literacy, and literacy across the curriculum. She uses Family Time Reading Fun to combine her areas of professional interest. She brings the unique combination of parent (a daughter and twin sons), grandmother (six grandchildren seven years old and younger), classroom teacher, reading specialist, university lecturer, researcher, and professional development leader to produce down-to-earth ideas for all audiences.  Linda also brings to her work insights gained from her mother, who immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico at age eight and faced the challenges of learning English.

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