The Role Of A Reading Specialist And How They Create A Curriculum That Anticipates A Student 's Reading Level

1053 Words Oct 5th, 2016 5 Pages
In this paper, I will evaluate the role of a Reading Specialist, and how they create a curriculum that anticipates a student’s reading level. Then, I will discuss how these standards coincide to my own beliefs. Finally, I will sum up the duties of a Reading Specialist, and how necessary they are in our education system. Reading Specialist/Literacy coach are professionals whose main duty is to provide educational reading services for students who attend public school. Reading Specialists provide reading programs, improve students reading performances, and write programs at school or at the district level. They provide literacy instruction that enables them to meet requirements of the classroom and reading program. The reading specialist, and teacher coincide about how to improve the students’ reading level. Reading Specialist design a reading curriculum that enables the reader, to improve their literacy as well as their comprehension skills. In Standard 1: Foundational Knowledge it describes that Reading Specialist understand cognitive, linguistic, motivational, and sociocultural concentrations of reading, and writing development. For instance; it includes word recognition, language comprehension, and reading connection. Reading Specialist inform other educators about how the curriculum will be introduced to students. Reading Specialist will modify English Language Learners to understand their cultural barriers, and create a reading curriculum for them. Reading…

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