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The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Applies knowledge of developmental processes associated with communication
systems (e.g., listening, speaking, writing), including emergent and
preliteracy skills, and knows how to provide a variety of opportunities for
students with disabilities to learn communication skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows how to use a variety of assessment practices and procedures to
plan and implement instruction in English language arts and reading that is
responsive to the strengths and needs of individuals with disabilities.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows the nature and stages of literacy development, and various contexts
and methods for promoting students' literacy development.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Applies knowledge of phonological and phonemic awareness and strategies
for promoting the phonological and phonemic awareness of students with
disabilities.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Applies knowledge of the alphabetic principle and word analysis skills
(e.g., decoding, structural analysis, sight word vocabulary), and knows
how to provide students with disabilities with systematic instruction that
promotes their ability to apply the alphabetic principle and word analysis
and decoding skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Applies knowledge of reading fluency and the relationship between reading
fluency and reading comprehension, and knows how to provide students with
disabilities with systematic instruction that promotes their reading fluency.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows the importance of comprehension in reading, and knows how to provide
students with disabilities with instruction in the use of skills and strategies
(e.g., critical/creative thinking) to promote their reading comprehension.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows how to provide students with disabilities with systematic instruction to develop skills in writing conventions and competence in written communication.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows the relationship between learning and effective study, critical-thinking, and inquiry skills, and knows how to use various methods and strategies to teach students with disabilities to apply study, critical-thinking, and inquiry skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in English language
arts and reading:
Knows skills for interpreting, analyzing, evaluating, and providing visual images and messages, and knows how to provide systematic instruction that helps students with disabilities learn to interpret, analyze, evaluate, and create visual
images and messages in various media and technologies.