Select a case study file that most resembles your current teaching environment or an environment you would like to pursue in the future, using the Literacy Case Studies Multimedia located on the student website. Note. The case study that is the focus of the Culminating Project must be different from the one chosen by your group and used for the individual assignments within the workshops. Write a 1,500- to 2,000-word paper. Document the use of cueing systems by the student described in the case study. Determine where highlighted connections to strategic support are needed. Focus on the use of or need for phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, and fluency needs, as discussed in Workshop One. Identify strategies to instructionally support and further assess the student described in the case study regarding development of fundamental literacy skills. Develop an instructional unit based on assessment data and developmentally appropriate literacy practices, as discussed in Workshop Two and Workshop Three. The unit should support the needs for silent and oral reading fluency, as discussed in Workshop Four, as well as effective writing, as discussed in Workshop Five. Include an annotated bibliography of all resources gained through the learning process. The annotated bibliography will guide and support your teaching in the future, with specific focus on technological resources that support literacy learning. **The annotated bibliography is different than the APA-style Reference page, which will be included as well.** Include a reflection that highlights the new ideas, strategies, and methods that you might consider implementing in your own teaching environment. Provide a rationale as to why these elements may fit into your current instruction. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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