1 Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards: Page 1 of 9 Introduction Candidates for licensure as a reading specialist complete advanced studies in reading and leadership, enabling them to fulfill multiple responsibilities ensuring that all students learn to read. The reading specialist has a comprehensive understanding of the Tennessee Reading Standards for teachers and the Tennessee Curriculum Standards in Reading, Writing and Elements of Language for students. Reading specialists assume multiple roles, depending on the needs of students and teachers, and provide services at all grade levels pre - kindergarten, elementary, middle grades, and high school. They support classroom instruction by planning and collaborating with teachers, modeling effective reading and literacy instruction in classrooms, demonstrating multiple teaching and assessment strategies, and providing specialized support to students to supplement and extend classroom instruction. They assist teachers in using multiple techniques to diagnose and evaluate the reading strengths and needs of students and they provide information to classroom teachers, special educators, other professionals, and parents in order to plan collaboratively an appropriate reading program. Reading specialists provide leadership in developing the literacy program and the curriculum. They deliver professional development and they mentor teachers and paraprofessionals in literacy. They help identify students at risk of referral to special education due mainly to difficulty in learning to read. Reading specialists assist teachers with integration of reading strategies across content areas. they provide resources to teachers, administrators and parents and communicate the purposes of the reading and writing program to policy makers and the community. Teaching reading is a lifelong undertaking that is initiated in college course work, refined in field experiences and enhanced during professional practice and inquiry. The course work and related field experiences in reading specialist preparation programs enable the candidate to meet the following performance standards.
2 Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards: Page 2 of 9 Candidate Standards Knowledge Base and Beliefs about Reading READ 6000 Foundations of Literacy Standard 1. Theoretical Base. Candidates demonstrate an ELED 6380 Empowerment through Literacy understanding of theories underlying the reading process and the READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy teaching of reading. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the major theories of language development, cognition, and learning. They demonstrate an understanding of reading as a complex process of constructing meaning through the interaction of the reader s existing knowledge, the information suggested by the written text, and the context of the reading situation. Candidates understand the impact of physical, perceptual, emotional, social, cultural, linguistic, and environmental factors in the reading process and the implications each factor has on reading. Standard 2. Knowledge Base Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the written language as a READ 6750 Research in Literacy symbolic system and the interrelation of reading and writing, and READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy listening and speaking. READ 6000 Foundations of Literacy ELED 6000 Teaching Writing Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the principles of language acquisition and of emergent literacy and the experiences that them. They apply understanding of pragmatic, semantic, syntactic, morphemic, phonemic, and graphemic systems of language to the reading and writing process. They apply knowledge about research-based teaching practices that enable all students to become proficient and motivated readers, writers, speakers and listeners. They understand how school practices, such as grouping procedures, school curriculum and assessments, influence student learning, and they align goals, instruction and assessment.
3 Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards: Page 3 of 9 READ 6760 Early Literacy Standard 3. Individual Differences. Candidates demonstrate an READ 6790 Literacy Practicum understanding of how literacy development differs from learner to READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy learner. READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy Candidates understand the developmental nature of language and literacy and the relationship between early literacy experience and successful beginning reading. They identify the influences of family and peers as well as ethnic, socioeconomic, and cultural factors on reading development. They create instruction to address the strengths and needs of individual learners, respecting the cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity of the learners. They demonstrate knowledge of federal, state and local programs designed to help students with reading and writing problems, including students with disabilities and English language learners, and collaborate with colleagues to ensure that all students learn to read. READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy Standard 4. Reading Difficulties. Candidates use knowledge of the READ 6790 Literacy Practicum multiple factors associated with reading and writing difficulties to READ 6750 Research in Literacy assess capabilities and reading difficulties of individual learners and create appropriate learning experiences. Candidates design, implement and evaluate individualized and group instruction to assist students who are having difficulty learning to read. They use knowledge of the instructional implications of research in reading and literacy, as well as other related fields such as special education and psychology, in designing experiences for students experiencing difficulties in reading. Instruction and Assessment READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision in Lit. Instruction Standard 5. Literacy Environment. Candidates create an READ 6790 Literacy Practicum environment that fosters interest and growth in all aspects of literacy. READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy READ 6760 Early Literacy Candidates provide opportunities for learners to select from a variety of written materials, using texts and trade books to stimulate interest, promote reading growth, and increase the motivation for learners to read widely and independently for pleasure and for information. they promote the integration of language arts in all content areas and use technologies to support reading. They include opportunities for children to hear literature read aloud and they implement effective strategies to include parents as partners in the literacy development of their children.
4 Tennessee Teacher Licensure Standards: Page 4 of 9 READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy Standard 6. Word Identification, Vocabulary, and Spelling. READ 6790 Literacy Practicum Candidates teach word identification strategies, assist students in READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy building their vocabularies, and guide students in refining their ELED 6000 Teaching Writing spelling. Candidates use phonics to help students learn and apply knowledge of letter/sound correspondences in reading and spelling. They assist students in learning to use all language systems to identify and define unfamiliar words in the construction of meaning. They assist students in using context to define unfamiliar words. Candidates employ effective techniques to integrate all language arts in assisting students in expanding their vocabularies and teach students to monitor their own word identification. READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy Standard 7. Comprehension. Candidates provide explicit instruction READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction and model multiple comprehension strategies. READ 6790 Literacy Practicum READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy Candidates use comprehension strategies that promote higher order thinking including questioning, predicting outcomes, summarizing, clarifying, and describing main idea. They assist students in connecting new information with prior knowledge. They expose students to a variety of genres and ensure that students gain understanding of the importance of conventions of standard written English. candidates use a variety of content literacy standards; they integrate reading in the subject matter areas to improve students reading comprehension, communication and study skills. They teach students to monitor their own comprehension. READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy Standard 8. Study Strategies. Candidates teach students a variety READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction of study strategies to strengthen reading comprehension. READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy Candidates provide opportunities to locate and use a variety of print, non-print, and electronic reference sources. They teach effective time management strategies and teach students to vary their reading rate according to the purposes and difficulty of the material. They tech students to organize, synthesize, apply, and remember information and teach test-taking strategies.
5 Page 5 of 9 READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 9. Writing. Candidates emphasize the interrelationship ELED 6000 Teaching Writing between reading and writing. READ 6710 Adolescent Literacy READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy READ 6000 Foundations of Reading Candidates teach students planning strategies appropriate to various kinds of writing. They teach the writing process: drafting, revising, and editing. They teach students the conventions of standard written English needed to edit their writing. ELED 6620 Assessment of Teaching and Learning Standard 10. Assessment. Candidates use a variety of evaluation READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy tools and techniques and provide ongoing assessment to diagnose READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction individual learner strengths and needs, recommended effective READ 6790 Literacy Practicum strategies, make decisions about instruction, advise classroom teachers, parents and students, and make referrals to other professionals. Candidates administer and use information from norm-referenced tests, criterion-referenced tests, curriculum based-assessments, formal and informal inventories, constructed responses assessments, portfolios, student self-evaluations, work samples with rubrics, observations, anecdotal records, journals, and other indicators of student progress to inform instruction and learning. Candidates recognize and identify various types of reading difficulties, implement continuous assessment procedures, and recommend and implement appropriate instruction. Candidates show learner growth and development to students, teachers, administrators, and parents through data from such indicators and teach learners to assess their own literacy development. Organizing and Enhancing a Reading Program READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 11. Communicating Information. Candidates communicate information about reading to students, professionals, paraprofessionals, administrators, policy makers, and the community and elicit their assistance. Candidates communicate with colleagues and paraprofessionals in assessing student achievement and planning instruction and with students about ways to improve their reading. They involve parents in a meaningful way in supporting their students reading and writing. They communicate information about literacy and data and interpret research findings to colleagues and the wider community.
6 Page 6 of 9 READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 12. Curriculum Development. Candidates initiate and READ 6720 Instructional Tools in Literacy participate in ongoing curriculum development and evaluation. READ 6790 Literacy Practicum READ 6750 Research in Literacy Candidates plan and implement literacy programs to help students, including those supported by federal, state and local funding, and adapt instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners. They help develop individual educational plans for students with severe learning problems related to reading. Candidates select and evaluate instructional materials, including those that are technology based, and coordinate and support needs assessment, program development, budgeting, evaluation, and grant and proposal writing. They use multiple indicators to determine the effectiveness of the literacy program. READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 13. Professional Development. Candidates participate in, READ 6790 Literacy Practicum initiate, implement and evaluate professional development programs READ 6750 Research in Literacy in the schools. Candidates provide professional growth and development experiences that are research based and take into account school resources. They do this in various ways, including modeling good reading instruction in regular classrooms and supporting teachers in managing classes and small groups. Candidates evaluate the effectiveness of professional development. READ 6750 Research in Literacy Standard 14. Research. Candidates apply research to improve the literacy program. Candidates use research to develop curriculum and professional development and to assist colleagues. they conduct research using a range of methodologies and promote teacher- and classroom-based research.
7 Page 7 of 9 READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 15. Supervision of Paraprofessionals. Candidates READ 6000 Foundations of Literacy assist paraprofessionals in meeting students needs. Candidates provide professional development for paraprofessionals, observe and evaluate them, and provide feedback and support. READ 6730 Curriculum and Supervision of Lit. Instruction Standard 16. Professionalism. Candidates continually pursue ELED 6620 Assessment of Teaching and Learning knowledge of literacy and use that knowledge to assess and adapt READ 6000 Foundations of Literacy their practices. Candidates reflect on their own practice, evaluating their programs and instruction based on student learning and make appropriate adjustments. They interact with teachers, teacher educators, professional organizations and researchers to improve their knowledge of reading and the school s progress in reading. Candidates work collaboratively with their colleagues through regular conversations and consultations about learners, assessment and instruction. They interact with teachers, teacher educators, professional organizations and researchers to improve their own knowledge of reading and to improve the school program. Chair Dean
8 Date Candidates Must Meet Standards: September 1, 2009 Page 8 of 9 Program Implementation Standards See pages above 1. Reading specialist programs provide prospective reading specialists with a focused study of reading appropriate to grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. Courses are mapped to IRA standards 2. Preparation programs must be consistent with the standards of the International Reading Association (IRA), upon which the Tennessee standards are based, although institutions are not required to submit their standards to the IRA for review. Programs prepare prospective reading specialists at the graduate level. This is an admission requirement and so stated in the Graduate Catalog. 3. Candidates for the reading specialist endorsement must have at least three years of successful experience as a licensed teacher. 4. Preparation programs provide prospective teachers with opportunities to develop their expertise through a coherent set of experiences in varied settings with diverse learners. Practicum experiences assist candidates in developing the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to help all students learn to read competently and to collaborate effectively with colleagues. 5. Institutions use the following documents (as they may be amended) and other sources of information when planning, implementing and evaluating reading specialist programs: International Reading Association Standards for Reading Professionals. Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium Model Standards for Beginning Teacher Licensing A Resource for State Dialogue. National Association for the Education of Young Children Early Childhood Education Standards. National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education Program Standards for Elementary Teacher Preparation. National Council of Teachers of English and the International Reading Association Standards for the English Language Arts. Tennessee State Board of Education Reading Standards to be Integrated into Licensure Standards, PreK-4, K-8 and Tennessee State Board of education Tennessee Curriculum Standards in Reading, Writing and Elements of Language. Tennessee State Board of Education Tennessee Framework for Evaluation and Professional Growth.
9 Page 9 of 9 In addition, the following recent syntheses and compendia of research are recommended: Alverman, D.E Effective Literacy Instruction for Adolescents. Executive Summary and paper Commissioned by the National Reading Conference. Billmeyer, R., Barton, M.L. (date) Teaching Reading in the Content Areas: If Not Me, Then Who? 2 nd. ed. Midcontinent Regional Educational Laboratory. Bowman, B.T., Donovan M.S., Burns, M.S., Eds Eager to Learn: Educating Our Preschoolers. National Research Council. National Academy Press. Burns, M.S., Griffin, P., Snow, C.E., Eds Starting Out Right. A Guide to Promoting Children s Reading Success. National Academy Press. Kamil, M., Mosenthal, P., Pearson, P.D., and Barr, R., Eds Handbook of Reading Research, Vol. III. Learning First Alliance Every Child Reading: An Action Plan. A Learning First Alliance Action Paper. Moore, D.W., Bean, T., Birdyshaw, D., Rycik, J Adolescent Literacy: A Position Statement. International Reading Association, Newark, DE. National Reading Panel Teaching Children to Read: An Evidence-Based Assessment of the Scientific Research Literature on Reading and Its Implications for Reading Instruction. Peterson, C., Caverly, D., Nicholson, S., O Neal, S., Cusenbary, S. (date). Building Reading Proficiency at the Secondary Level: A guide to the Resources. Quatroche, D.J., Bean, R.M., Hamilton, R.L The Role of the Reading Specialist: A Review of Research. The Reading Teacher, Vol. 55, No. 3 Snow, C.E., Burns, M.S., Griffin, P., Eds Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children. National Research Council. 6. These licensure standards become effective for candidates seeking licensure as a reading specialist no later than September 1, Institutions with programs leading to licensure as a reading specialist will submit standards for conditional approval no later than June 1, 2003.
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