ECH220 Grand Canyon University Instructional Strategies for Literacy

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Find two children’s picture books that could be used in your classroom to teach appropriate instructional strategy activities for literacy development in young children. Choose one book for each group: Birth to Pre-K and K to Grade 3.

In 500-750-words, include the following for each book:

  1. Summary;
  2. Description of three different appropriate instructional strategy activities; and
  3. Explanation of how to differentiate each activity for children with visual and auditory needs.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center

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School: Rice University

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Running head: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR LITERACY

Instructional Strategies for Literacy
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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR LITERACY

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Where the Wild Things Are-Maurice Sendak
Summary
The picture book by Maurice Sendak is a story of Max, a young boy who wreaks havoc at
home after putting on his wolf costume that his mother sends him to bed without supper. A
transformation occurs in his bedroom such that it becomes a jungle and he sails to the place
where malicious beasts called “Wild Things” live (Scholastic & Mills, n.d). Max intimidates the
creatures and is made their king only for him to start feeling lonely after a while. He returns
home and discovers hot supper served by his mother.
Instructional strategies
One of the instructional strategies that the teacher can use is lecturing where they transmit
information that enhances or supplements the reading; promote understanding and responds to
misconceptions and difficulties. Lectures also engage and create interests in students as well as
motivate them to read. Secondly, the teacher can us...

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