Top Reading Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Reading Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Reading Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.3% of Reading Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Reading Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Reading Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and delivered standards based instruction in reading and writing * Facilitated daily classroom management though planning and implementing schedules and routines
  • Provided effective classroom management to students by using class incentives and created a positive classroom environment conducive for learning.
  • Utilized several classroom management techniques to create an efficient and inclusive learning environment for all students.
  • Facilitated learning by upholding multiple classroom management techniques and making learning accessible to all learners.
  • Established classroom management strategies to promote a safe and positive learning environment.
  • Adapt curriculum and classroom management for a culturally diverse student population.
  • Utilized classroom management techniques that foster a gender responsive environment.
  • Appropriate classroom management strategies within innovative learning environment.
  • Trained new READ 180 teachers in o Classroom management o Research based methods and processes o Student routines
  • Developed a classroom management strategy for five different classes that had been without a teacher for weeks.
  • Implemented Power of Two co-teach model, and shared equal responsibility in classroom management i.e.
  • Develop classroom management strategies to ensure the overall safety and well-being of the students.
  • Create behavior plans in order to maintain classroom management and minimize on classroom disruptions.
  • Assisted head teacher in classroom management, lesson planning, instruction, and assessment
  • Implemented a classroom management plan that keeps students engaged in the learning process.
  • Provided excellent classroom management skills using a classroom point system.
  • Honed classroom management skills through constant prioritization of tasks.
  • Coached 5 teachers in instruction and classroom management.
  • Implement classroom management strategies that redirect students exhibiting inappropriate behavior by replacing disruptive, unproductive patterns with positive behaviors.
  • Mentored new teachers in classroom management, documentation, and creating an engaging academic environment for students.

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Develop lesson plans using EduSoft educational software to gather and evaluate student progress on standardized testing and identify problem areas.
  • Designed and Collaborated with Co-Teacher differentiated unit lesson plans targeting remedial reading levels of students.
  • Developed and implemented innovative lesson plans for struggling readers within an alternative educational environment.
  • Created lesson plans incorporating phonemic awareness and phonics using The Wilson Reading System.
  • Developed engaging, individualized lesson plans to honor diverse learning styles.
  • Developed daily lesson plans and testing materials; attended staff development meetings
  • Created innovative lesson plans and teaching materials to effectively communicate information
  • Communicate lesson plans and schedule with department members and administration.
  • Implemented curricula and lesson plans through collaboration with colleagues.
  • Prepared lesson plans and engaged/instructed students on daily assignments.
  • Modify lesson plans for multidisciplinary learning.
  • Devised and implemented well-received lesson plans.
  • Provided and taught lesson plans therefore knowledge of high school experience for special needs students and maybe transformed to college experience.
  • Prepare lesson plans and implement curriculum for reading program, second through fifth grade, and writing program for sixth grade.
  • Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans for students in grades 1 through 6 in order to improve reading skills.
  • Grade 7 and 8 o Designed and implemented lesson plans o Attended professional development sessions o Performed various tasks as required
  • Prepare lesson plans focusing on word analysis, phonemic awareness, spelling, reading comprehension, oral and silent reading.
  • Created lesson plans and taught those plans to the entire class, individually to students & in small group settings.
  • Worked on curriculum writing team to create district-wide curriculum, lesson plans, and assessment tools based upon NYS Standards.
  • Develop Unit Plans and daily Lesson Plans for all classes which are aligned with state core content and school curriculum.

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3. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated student achievement and teacher instruction resulting in significant student learning gains on the State of Florida standardized assessment.
  • Evaluate the academic needs of students to develop effective student educational experiences that engage and stimulate student learning.
  • Establish clear objectives for learning and promote student learning by delivering quality instruction using research-based best practices.
  • Developed and implemented programs to incorporate reading strategies across the curriculum to further enhance student learning opportunities.
  • Collaborated with co-workers and administrative team about data and curriculum to enhance student learning and motivation.
  • Triangulated instruction and assessments to best address individual student learning styles.
  • Collaborated with cooperating teacher to evaluate student learning abilities.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop
  • Evaluated student learning through various multiple intelligence assessment techniques.
  • Motivated students and assisted student learning.
  • Facilitate student learning through the Academy of Reading program and Face to Face Interventions with students.
  • Analyze student learning to adjust, plan, and administer a variety of appropriate assessments.
  • Employed collaborative techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Facilitate student learning in the area of reading, language arts and history.
  • Implemented authentic student learning experiences during 2013 FCAT Boot Camp Saturday program.
  • Conduct ongoing, formal, and informal assessment of student learning.
  • Invited guest speakers to enrich student learning and socialization skills.
  • Assess student learning and use data to inform instruction.
  • Utilize technology in lesson planning to ensure student learning.
  • Infuse technology into instruction to increase student learning.

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4. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented Leveled Literacy Intervention in small groups.
  • Provided individualized tutoring in small groups or 1:1
  • Worked with small groups of students from grades 1, 3 and 5 in both classroom settings and the literacy center.
  • Integrated components of Reciprocal Teaching: predicting, clarifying, questioning and summarizing with small groups of students in grades 3-5.
  • Created and executed daily lesson plans covering writing and reading to small groups of students in grades kindergarten through third.
  • Assisted classroom teachers in providing focused interventions to small groups of students in according with the RTI plan.
  • Worked with small groups of children in both first and second grade to supplement their reading instruction.
  • Provided explicit reading instruction and support to small groups of students to ensure success for every student.
  • Worked with small groups of students providing RTI (guided reading instruction provided to at-risk students)
  • Differentiated lesson plans, small groups, and activities to meet each student's individual needs.
  • Created a comfortable and supportive learning environment while working with small groups in the classroom setting.
  • Prepared lessons to instruct small groups of students in developing and strengthening basic reading comprehension skills.
  • Worked with individual students and small groups with reading programs and monitored their ongoing progress.
  • Work with children in small groups with emphasis on reading strategies and developing comprehension skills.
  • Teach targeted literacy intervention to small groups of students daily using research-based strategies and resources.
  • Differentiated reading instruction in small groups in the area of fluency and reading comprehension.
  • Plan lessons and strategies to target student difficulties, explicit instruction with small groups.
  • Teach children in small groups and help individuals who have difficulty in the subject.
  • Provided various reading interventions to small groups of students in grades kindergarten and second.
  • Planned and implemented literacy interventions for small groups and individuals in grades K-6.

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5. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Conferred monthly with literacy consultant, Gretchen Courtney; received group and individual mentoring and grade-level training on reading comprehension strategies.
  • Collaborated with regular classroom teachers, literacy specialists and parents to monitor student progress in all aspects of literacy development.
  • Conducted district reading assessments and evaluated data with literacy director, principal, speech and special education personnel and teachers.
  • Applied balanced literacy approach to reading by incorporating guided reading, writing process, independent reading and literacy centers.
  • Analyzed instructional team data, using it as a diagnostic/prescriptive instructional tool to help students overcome obstacles to literacy.
  • Provided information and guidance regarding a range of effective and innovative literacy practices through various activities.
  • Incorporated writing, public speaking, performance and technological research projects to balance increasing literacy.
  • Plan meaningful and age appropriate lessons centered on students receiving a balanced literacy education.
  • Collaborated with Master Reading teacher and Literacy Team on student progress and program recommendations.
  • Fostered a comfortable environment for behaviorally challenged students to increase their literacy skills.
  • Utilized Early Literacy Intervention Model and Intermediate Literacy Intervention model with 35 children.
  • Maintain communication and work alongside classroom teachers to enhance student literacy learning.
  • Created literacy stations combining higher ordered thinking skills using specific thematic content.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities related to literacy as assigned by supervisor.
  • Designed and implemented an engaging literacy curriculum for promotion in-doubt students.
  • Administered numerous literacy assessments and utilized the results for targeting instruction.
  • Implemented proven strategies for increasing student literacy, including differentiated instruction.
  • Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of literacy development and reading intervention.
  • Utilize Leveled Literacy Intervention program to accelerate reading abilities.
  • Utilized balanced literacy techniques for reading intervention lessons.

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6. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Identified students with special needs by using effective communication methodologies.
  • Observed and assessed reading difficulties and other learning challenges for special needs students.
  • Tested student reading levels, tutored individual students with special needs.
  • Work closely with guidance personnel to assist students with special needs.
  • Created customized reading program for special needs students.
  • Support special needs of the student thru various techniques, organization and planning.

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7. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Stimulated an excitement for reading comprehension through creative instruction and constant discipline in a population that performed below grade level.
  • Utilized meta-cognitive reading strategies as a means of developing grade level independent readers.
  • Created and presented grade level achievement and individual student performance data graphs.
  • Structured and implemented data to determine progress and grade level proficiency in reading for students with special needs and/or learning disabilities.
  • Planned and taught a course for 3rd and 4th grade students scoring below grade level in reading the previous school year.
  • Worked with the Reading Specialist to coordinate reading tests at appropriate grade levels and assist teachers in analyzing the test results.
  • Provide support in the areas of Reading and Math to students performing below grade level in a small group setting.
  • Prepare ESL students for upcoming reading requirements, also responsible for moving lower level readers and writers to grade level.
  • Planned, implemented, and evaluated TEKS-based reading programs with grade level teachers, including learning objectives and instructional strategies.
  • Collaborate with grade level teams to create integrated units that focus on a differentiated instruction and student improvement and concerns.
  • Established a successful pull out reading tutoring program for at risk and below grade level students in grades 2-5.
  • Worked with kindergarten through fourth grade students, including second language learners, who were reading below grade level.
  • Lead Reading Teacher for students in grades 1-3, with at least 1grade level behind in their reading.
  • Evaluated students and analyzed grade level reports for Summer Literacy Program and end of year AIS Promotion Placement.
  • Coordinate groups and provide intensive reading instruction for students below grade level, incorporating ESL strategies and methods.
  • Program used to serve as intervention for students who in middle school were reading at 2nd grade level.
  • Worked with struggling students in an after school reading program to help them achieve grade level reading comprehension
  • Tested and ability grouped 3rd, 4th and 5th graders who were below grade level in reading.
  • Used best practices to increase skills of students in grades 6-8 who were reading below grade level.
  • Implemented creative lesson plans, meeting the needs of below-grade level students, including special education students.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Assess students referred by homeroom teachers in Language Arts and Mathematics for additional educational services.
  • Tutored 25 students in grades 2-6 after school for ISAT testing in reading and mathematics.
  • Provided academic assistance in Reading and Mathematics to students varying from grades k-12.
  • Tutored third grade students that struggled in both reading and mathematics.
  • Educated Students grades 9-12 in Mathematics and Reading.
  • Employed a variety of student-owned strategies and developed interactive projects to facilitate engagement and a deeper understanding of mathematics concepts.

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9. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinate school wide curriculum development and textbook selection Coordinator of Core Knowledge elementary curriculum.
  • Provided academic instruction to emotionally and behaviorally challenged adolescents; participated in curriculum development
  • Participated in curriculum development planning and implementation
  • Lead and participate in the professional learning communities to ensure consistency and improve curriculum development and application while improving student learning.
  • Oversee standardized tests and developed weekly lesson plans and supplementary materials and participated in curriculum developmental programs on a district level.
  • Collaborated with colleagues at partner schools to address curriculum development and share classroom management ideas to streamline teaching methods.

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10. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed below level students in reading, writing, and language arts using the Different Ways of Knowing Program (DWOK)
  • Plan English Language Arts curriculum maps and review and assist in selection and purchase of textbooks.
  • Designed, maintained, and taught reading and English language arts curriculum for students grades 7-12.
  • Planned and implemented Language Arts instruction for students in Grades 1 and 2 of all reading levels
  • Teach English as a Second Language and Reading/Language Arts for Division of Adult and Career Education.
  • Teach 6th & 7th Grade Intensive Reading and Critical Thinking based on Language Arts Florida Standards.
  • Implemented Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills in a Title 1 high school English Language Arts classroom.
  • Instructed 4th and 5th grade students in Reading and Language Arts using the SRA Model.
  • Incorporated language arts into the curriculum to improve and enhance their reading and writing skills.
  • Designed enrichment activities for an integrated, cross curriculum Language Arts program.
  • Created campus and district benchmark assessments in Reading and Language Arts.
  • Developed new 4-6 Language Arts curriculum and trained teachers.
  • Provided small group language arts instruction to fifth grade classes
  • Prepared students for the English Language Arts Examinations.
  • Instructed middle school Reading and Language Arts.
  • Instructed English Language Arts and Reading to grades 3, 4, 5, and 6.
  • Teach three blocks of 8th grade Language Arts.
  • Manage two groups of students, 4th graders and 5th graders Teach English, language arts, and reading
  • Follow MCPS prescribed curriculum and VSC for MD in reading, language arts, spelling, and writing.
  • Developed 4th Grade Language Arts Pacing Guide with team members for county wide use.

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11. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Implement various research-based best practices including whole group teaching, data-driven student-learning centers and literature circles.
  • Focused on advanced literature and vocabulary
  • Enhanced the enrichment program by providing innovative formats for teaching math and reading content such as real-world math and project-based literature response
  • Developed three new high school elective courses: Creative Writing, Children's Literature and Culture, and Mythology and Literature.
  • Developed and implemented a literature-based reading curriculum for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades based on selected reading material.
  • Coordinated and taught creative reading courses enhancing the learning experience and increasing student interest in reading, writing and literature.
  • Use literature to engage students and help them make personal connections to the characters they are introduced to.
  • Created a Literature class based from teacher selected novels for students performing on level in Reading.
  • Instructed 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students in Literature and Grammar.
  • Founded Book Club for 7th grade girls to read and discuss relevant literature.
  • Develop presentations to compliment classroom themes through the use of various literature genres.
  • Created new curriculum for struggling readers using literature circles and self-guided reading strategies.
  • Created an engaging lesson plan to increase students' interest in literature.
  • Created an after school program to help students appreciate English literature.
  • Instructed students in reading, writing, and English literature.
  • Provided instruction to students in English Grammar and Literature.
  • Created lesson plans and taught Reading, Writing, Grammar, and Literature to 5th grade students in 60 minute block sessions
  • used a cooperative learning process model, Literature based curriculum, and manipulative hands on teaching.
  • Teach a literature based pull-out remedial reading program for first and second Grade students
  • Lead students through creative projects based on literature Followed established curriculum for English class Taught remedial reading

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12. Phonics

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Here's how Phonics is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Designed explicit, systematic instruction based on phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, academic vocabulary, and comprehension strategies.
  • Instructed struggling readers in skills of phonics, structural analysis, sight words, vocabulary, and strategies that promote comprehension.
  • Introduced various reading strategies, word work, phonics, and story elements through weekly lessons in a Kindergarten classroom.
  • Developed and implemented lessons for students struggling with reading, phonics, writing, and comprehension.
  • Developed creative lessons and hands-on activities to enhance understanding of phonics and sentence structure.
  • Work one on one with students needing supplemental reading instruction in phonics/decoding and comprehension.
  • Administered reading assessments, D.R.A., S.D.R.T., Phonics Assessments and Informal Inventories.
  • Created a booklet for students with phonics rules and patterns for reference.
  • Created and refined a computer based phonics program for first grade students.
  • Developed lesson plan instructions for Job Corps Reading Program.Taught system of phonics to adult students who were educationally disadvantaged.
  • Read multicultural books to kindergarteners and practiced phonics.
  • Utilized the Four Block method of instruction that emphasized Word work, Phonics, Guided Reading and Independent Reading
  • Assisted students with monitoring their reading with metacognition strategies Provided systematic study of how words work (phonics and word structure)
  • Assisted teachers in their duties Performed the duties of the regular classroom teacher Planned reading activities and taught phonics
  • Coordinated and implemented the Hooked on Phonics program for the centersThree year-olds, Pre - K, and Kindergarten students.

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13. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Worked cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curricula for IEP students.
  • Facilitate testing modifications and classroom accommodations for all IEP students.
  • Planned and taught lessons appropriate for the growth and development of primary and intermediate age children as related to IEP goals.
  • Supervised and direct para-professionals in order to differentiate teaching and meet specific student needs as outlined by IEP and 504 guidelines.
  • Remain in compliance of students IEP'S/504 plan to ensure all educational needs are met and followed in general education classroom.
  • Maintain monthly communication with parents provide updates on academic progress, behavior, and IEP goals and objectives.
  • Provided monthly progress reports and statistics to IEP teams of sending/home district schools of each assigned students.
  • Maintain necessary paperwork to track attendance, individual grades, support IEP's and regular grading progress.
  • Experienced individual and group counseling for preventing the improper behaviors among young group suffering from IEP.
  • Administer reading assessment inventories and standardized math exams to students as part of the IEP process.
  • Volunteered as a member of the Child Study Team and regularly attended 504 and IEP meetings.
  • Collaborated with special education team to implement Individualized Education Plans (IEP's).
  • Modified instructional techniques and assessment tools to meet IEP guidelines for special education students.
  • Consulted on student progress and goals for IEP meetings of students with disabilities.
  • Attended Individual Education Plan (IEP) team meetings and gave recommendations.
  • Targeted student performance for IEP end of summer grades.
  • Helped develop special IEP plans for some children.
  • Developed and Implemented IEP's 504's and Functional Behavior Assessments for students as needed Took part in collaborating Response to Intervention
  • Authored individual progress reports for students' annual IEP evaluation Presented findings to Child Study Team and Parents.
  • Implement IEPs and collaborate with special education teachers to ensure optimal learning for students with special needs !

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14. Fcat

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Here's how Fcat is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with parents, colleagues and administration regarding student reading gains for Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT).
  • Consult for Students with Disabilities *READ 180 for students with FCAT score of Level 1 or 2.
  • Lead 75 percent of level one student's to learning gains on the Florida mandated FCAT Test.
  • Integrated technology throughout curriculum through programs such as FCAT Explorer, Reading Plus, and Achieve3000.
  • Focused on the delivery of strategies needed for FCAT success in reading and writing.
  • Instruct grades 9-12 - Level 1 & 2 FCAT students using an intervention program.
  • Worked with seniors in High School who had not passed the FCAT Reading.
  • Worked with low level students before school to enhance FCAT knowledge.
  • Tutored students 2006 - 2013 during Saturday FCAT Camps.
  • Administered FCAT and BAT testing.
  • Teach 7th and 8th grade Intensive Reading to 7th and 8th grade students who have not passed the FCAT state assessment.
  • Increased Level 1 and 2 students' FCAT Reading scores by 90% or more for four years.
  • Led multiple sessions, either whole class or small group, to assist students preparing for the FCAT Writes assessment.
  • Trained in Springboard, Language, Edusoft, CICS, clinical educator, FCAT writing.
  • Helped prepare students for FCAT by utililizing FCAT explorer program.
  • Administered CELLA test, FCAT, and pre-kindergarten screenings.
  • Assist students in reaching goal of passing FCAT.
  • Recognized for having all my students make 96-100% gains on their FCAT Reading Head of FCAT Reading Department Outstanding Annual Evaluation
  • Mentor for four new teachers.Trained in Springboard, Language, Edusoft, CICS, clinical educator, FCAT writing.
  • Surplused) Teaching reading skills and FCAT strategies to 10th grade students in order to improve reading comprehension.

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15. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities
  • Facilitated in-class activities and one-on-one mentoring/tutoring
  • Work cooperatively with intervention specialist to modify the general education curricular as necessary, and assisting the student with regular class activities
  • Advocated two-way communication with parents and guardians while regularly keeping families updated on class activities and homework through weekly emails.
  • Improved student attendance and participation in class activities by developing fun and interesting classroom management ideas appropriate to the children.
  • Share responsibility for professional, cooperative staff relations and for out-of-class activities important to operation of school.

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16. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum following state standards that increased student reading comprehension and reading fluency levels.
  • Applied State Standards required in preparing competent Art students in completing student-oriented portfolios.
  • Implemented district curriculum guide to create engaging lesson plans that align to state standards and district goals for 8th grade.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans and assessments which reflect Sunshine State Standards and incorporate best teaching practices in classroom.
  • Served on School Reading Focus Committee to revised and align reading curriculum with best practices and state standards.
  • Design units and lessons aligned with, or exceeding, State Standards for High School Reading Classes.
  • Devise daily lesson plans to meet state standards for reading, writing, language, and speaking/listening.
  • Develop, plan and execute differentiated data-driven instruction to meet students' needs and state standards.
  • Designed and presented engaging English Language Arts and literacy lessons aligned with New York State Standards.
  • Developed English and Reading curriculum to engage students and meet State standards.
  • Planned and implemented reading lessons based on Florida Sunshine State Standards.
  • Create own curriculum aligning to the Common Core State Standards.
  • Plan instructional objectives based on state standards.
  • Prepared and delivered lessons for 6-8th grade students, based on state standards and curriculum benchmarks.
  • Guided and taught students with many different learning abilities to achieve state standards.
  • Grade 6) Implemented Florida Sunshine State Standards in Reading.

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17. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared instructional materials, supervised classrooms, and taught/evaluated students.
  • Identify, select and modify instructional materials to meet needs of students with varying backgrounds and learning styles.
  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Earned commendable ratings on my performance evaluation for high-quality instruction, effective lesson plans, and inclusion of supplemental instructional materials.
  • Differentiate classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that address individualized learning plans within established lesson plans.
  • Monitor student progress and adjust instructional materials and strategies to provide differentiated instruction and address individual needs of the students.

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18. ELA

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Here's how ELA is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Commended by supervisor for demonstrating a positive rapport and working relationship with students and faculty.
  • Analyzed student data as related to academic and behavioral goals and expectations.
  • Planned and implemented public policy-related research projects using community-based experiential learning methods.
  • Communicate curriculum and student-related information effectively in oral and written mode.
  • Planned educational field trips monthly that related to curriculum.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned
  • Implemented various lessons on a variety of subjects in relation to Reading and Language Arts for 4 weeks to incoming freshmen.
  • Earned high marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans, parent communication/involvement, collaboration, and staff relations.
  • Provided and contributing to oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual pupils or groups of pupils.
  • Trained community volunteers to be Book Buddies and mentors to struggling readers with emphasis on building strong relationships with students.
  • Maintained an open line of communication in order to build positive relationships with parents, guardians, and community.
  • Assisted in coordinating and recruiting for Relay For Life to raise money for Cancer research and programs.
  • Correlated with other teachers on adapting new concepts in teaching strategies KATRINA A. WATKINS 967 Maury Street.
  • Diagnosed reading delays and implemented reading intervention strategies to improve reading abilities in 4th and 5th graders.
  • Maintained and evaluated student data related to growth in the areas of reading and math.
  • Established strong relationships with parents through spring parent teacher conferences and daily homework logs.
  • Relayed information to Guided Reading group of teachers and led group discussions and meetings.
  • Recognize the needs for appropriate pacing and delay time to ensure all students understand.
  • Established positive relations with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administration.
  • Teach essential reading skills to support and supplement content from ELA 7.

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19. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Delivered student-centered instruction and mentoring to a diverse group ranging from ESL learners to college-bound seniors
  • Worked extensively with ESL population to expedite language acquisition.
  • Adapted curriculum and materials to allow ESL students to achieve measurable gains in the reading section of the SAT.
  • Supported students and parents with ESL strategies and provide additional assistance with instruction via intervention tutoring.
  • Tutored and taught reading skills to 9th-12th graders, including at-risk youth and ESL students.
  • Collaborated with administration to develop strategies to improve behavior of at risk ESL students.
  • Conducted multiple staff developments giving teachers best practice ideas for ESL and reading.
  • Assisted in the organization and implementation of an ESL program for adults.
  • Introduced cultural aspects to ESL students that were new to English.
  • Completed Mentoring Program with an ESL Master Teacher.
  • Function as an ESL and Reading Interventionist in small group classes with Kindergarteners up to Sixth Graders.
  • Instructed reading grades 9-12, approximately of students are ESL.

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20. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with other staff members in planning student-friendly instructional learning targets.
  • Collaborated with other teachers and staff members as part of administering the DIBEL s literacy assessments for screening and progress monitoring.
  • Review achievement data with classroom teachers and staff members to adjust instruction and activities to improve the academic success of students.
  • Developed and maintained an outstanding working relationship with school- based personnel, community and parents, CCSD administrative staff members.
  • Attended meetings with principal, classroom teachers, and other staff members to discuss student progress.
  • Work closely with staff members to efficiently plan and coordinate work.
  • Time management Effectively communicating with the children and other staff members.
  • Work to maintain professional relationships with all staff members.

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21. RTI

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Here's how RTI is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Developed differentiated lessons and programs to promote student participation and understanding while conducting small and large group activities within the classroom.
  • Communicated with students, parents, counselors, and administrators regarding student progress; and participated in parent/teacher conferences.
  • Participated in weekly professional development Served as a teacher representative on the School Governance Council.
  • Fostered a classroom environment conducive to learning and participated in faculty and parent conferences.
  • Coordinated 20 college student organizers to conduct non-partisan voter registration and voter turn-out campaigns.
  • Participated with students in educational seminars at the Southern Utah University Shakespearean Festival.
  • Participated in all special education initial and reevaluation meetings providing reading assessment data.
  • Cultivate educational expertise by attending relevant and essential professional development sessions OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIIES
  • Specialized in supporting vocabulary expansion, reading comprehension, and skill specific interventions.
  • Implemented RTI, to identify struggling students early and provide appropriate instructional interventions.
  • Collaborate with other classroom teachers and University participants for feedback from program implementation.
  • Encouraged cooperative learning and hands on activities for increased participation by students.
  • Delivered a high level of instruction to unsatisfactory and partially proficient readers.
  • Participated in developing and implementing unique teaching methods to teach students effectively.
  • Participated in cohort seminar to discuss lessons and student observations and progress.
  • Communicated with certificated staff concerning each individual student needs and progress.
  • Administered district mandated reading assessments and participated in administrating MSA testing.
  • Participate in IEP meetings, and communicate appropriate student accommodations.
  • Participated in professional development seminars to further develop teaching skills.
  • Co-instituted and participated in rigorous yet humanistic behavior improvement plan.

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22. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Identified at-risk learners, developed and implemented crisis interventions and modifications.
  • Provided crisis intervention, as needed, for students in and out of the classroom setting.

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23. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Enhanced Social Studies students' curiosity by using interactive notebooks and hands-on activities
  • Teach reading/language arts/social studies to upper elementary students.
  • Teach contents and skills in English Language, Math, Science and Social Studies, as well as Reading.
  • Conducted group and one-on-one social studies, reading, language arts, and critical thinking activities.
  • Provided individual tutoring sessions for students in Math, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Instructed daily Social Studies and Science lessons with various hands-on activities.
  • Created interdisciplinary units with teachers of science and social studies.
  • Grade Science and Social Studies Teacher for half year.
  • Provided instruction in the following curriculums: Social Studies Weekly Readers, Time for Kids, Achieve 3000 and I-Ready Reading.

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24. Phonemic Awareness

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Here's how Phonemic Awareness is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Provided reading instruction and support to kindergarten and first-grade students to improve phonemic awareness, phonological skills, and reading comprehension.
  • Implemented and customized curriculum to improve student comprehension, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, decoding, and critical thinking skills.
  • Performed individualized analysis, goal setting, assessment and instruction for students in fluency, phonemic awareness and comprehension strategies.
  • Utilized Orton-Gillingham methods to develop vocabulary skills and Recipe for Reading to develop phonemic awareness.
  • Integrated phonemic awareness and early mathematical skills into themed units for constructive learning.
  • Utilized assessments to gauge students' reading comprehension and fluency, phonemic awareness, vocabulary and writing skills.
  • Utilized Recipe for Reading and Orton-Gillingham Programs to help aide in phonemic awareness and vocabulary skills.
  • Implemented strategies for decoding, comprehension, phonemic awareness, spelling, and symbol imagery.
  • Focused on phonemic awareness, fluency, context clues, foreshadowing, and making inferences.
  • Created a comprehensive reading program for pre-kindergarten students using letter recognition, phonemic awareness and sight words.
  • Integrated mutisensory teaching methods resulting in increased phonemic awareness and decoding.

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25. Esol

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Here's how Esol is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Provided data-driven and differentiated instruction for primarily ESOL students.
  • Received training and preparing the initiation of the Read 180/System 44 programs for third through fifth graders and for ESOL students.
  • Identified and determined appropriate course of action necessary for the resolution of students' academic or behavioral issues and concerns.
  • Placed students in groups based on learning styles, reading and math levels, ESOL and disabilities.
  • Refer to established precedents, policies, and procedures in resolving a wide variety of complex issues.
  • Attend daily staff meetings to discuss and resolve daily camp issues.
  • Train ESOL teachers in Best Practice as an Instruction Coach.
  • Evaluate and resolve student issues providing positive action plans.
  • Removed blockers and resolved conflicts identified by Scrum team.
  • Used conflict resolution strategies to counsel parents and adolescence.
  • Meet individually with students to resolve learning issues
  • Implemented new processes for resolving discipline referrals to reduce student discipline referrals 5.

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26. Dibels

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Here's how Dibels is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized DIBELS assessment to monitor student progress and develop appropriate instructional strategies.
  • Track and analyze Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) data and report outcomes to teachers and administrators.
  • Skilled in DIBELS Next Assessment and progress monitoring, entering student scores and creating school-wide DIBELS reports.
  • Implemented reading assessments (including DIBELS) for kindergarten through third grade to determine literacy levels.
  • Assisted in administering the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) assessment.
  • Administered DIBELS, AIMES, and STAR assessments to entire student body.
  • Administered the DIBELS Test in order to evaluate student progress.
  • Organized and conducted DIBELS and STAR assessments 3x per year.
  • Administered and analyzed DIBELS assessments and data.
  • Administered DIBELS testing: Grades K-5.
  • Tested all K and 1 students using Dibels to place students in proper interventions and assist in DI planning.
  • Administered assessments to students (Dibels, Woodcock Reading Mastery, and the Qualitative Reading Inventory) 1.
  • Administered assessments to identify students for Title I services, including the DIBELS and the Gates-MacGinitie.
  • Organized DIBELS data into separate binders with results included for individual teachers.
  • Performed Dibels testing and Progress Monitoring to Kindergarten through 5th grade.
  • Assessed progress using DAR and Dibels.
  • Entered Data into Dibels website.

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27. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with all teachers to developed intervention strategies to createacceptable progress and maintain passing grades in core subjects for ESLstudents.
  • Designed and deliver curricula for core subjects by using differentiated instruction and small group guided instruction.
  • Developed manipulative centers across multiple core subjects to complement the child-based, hands-on curriculum.
  • Provided instruction in all core subjects within standards-driven curriculum and an integrated curriculum approach.
  • Composed Individual Education Plans and taught core subjects for intellectual and development challenged students.
  • Created individual learning plans for elementary children emphasizing in core subjects.

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28. Test Scores

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Here's how Test Scores is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Develop strategies to help students improve reading comprehension, test scores, writing skills, spelling, and overall reading fluency.
  • Lead a team of grade level teachers to improve test scores, student morale, activities, and community engagement.
  • Grouped students identified as needing intervention into tiers based on test scores and teacher referral.
  • Monitored student progress and test scores in order to outline their individual goals and needs.
  • Input test scores into Microsoft Excel to track and analyze student test scores.
  • Raised reading test scores of 97% of my below grade-level students.
  • Created a new curriculum based on standardized test scores and student interests.
  • Helped students achieve documented dramatic gains in literacy test scores.
  • Worked with teachers in improve the students standardized test scores.
  • Improved EOG test scores and individual reading abilities
  • Increased reading test scores by 7% in 7th grade students.
  • Designed and delivered lesson plans to students Students achieved a marked improvement on the Kansas state test scores in reading

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29. Fountas

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Here's how Fountas is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Created and maintained individual student portfolios of formal and informal assessments; incorporated Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessments.
  • Administered monthly assessments utilizing the Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System.
  • Documented student's reading progress in the Fountas and Pinnel database.
  • Followed Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading groups for balanced literacy.

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30. Pinnell

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Here's how Pinnell is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Administered reading benchmark testing using Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System in order to group students according to similar text levels.
  • Maintained records of students progress using the Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System of reading records.
  • Utilized Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System to monitor student progress and provide intervention.
  • Implemented Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Program for At-Risk 2nd/3rd grade students.
  • Implemented Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention System (LLI).
  • Assess students using the Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System.
  • Utilized Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention program strategies to teach basic reading skills and phonemic awareness.
  • Conduct daily small reading intervention groups Follow LLI (Leveled Literacy Intervention) program created by Fountas and Pinnell
  • Implemented Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Compiled and Analyzed AIMSweb data and MAP data to improve instruction.

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31. Direct Instruction

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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized direct instruction with remedial reader students to develop reading readiness.
  • Teach students using a variety of instructional methods including direct instruction, cooperative learning, project-based learning, and writing workshop.
  • Direct instructional methods were used to teach students the strategies they needed for comprehension such as::.
  • Developed curricula for and taught 3rd and 4th grade math classes using direct instruction, CPA approach.
  • Increased FCAT skills by an average of 13 points in students who regularly attended Direct Instruction classes.
  • Provided three direct instruction based Tier 2 intervention groups daily with grades 2-4.
  • Conducted SRA Direct Instructions for ESOL/ELL Contact Person
  • Instruct guided reading groups *Engage and make students aware of different reading strategies *Deliver direct instruction to all students

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32. ESE

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Here's how ESE is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Lead presentations and collaborations with team to reflect on performance and lesson effectiveness
  • Collaborated with a co-teacher and presented lessons utilizing a team teaching approach.
  • Prepare and present information regarding student achievement to parents and students.
  • Facilitate weekly meetings and discussion of best practices including presentations.
  • Implement research based supplemental reading instruction to increase student achievement.
  • Conducted classroom research on reader response and parental involvement.
  • Present educational material employing diverse teaching strategies.
  • Provided small-group intensive research-based reading intervention.
  • Implemented research-based strategies and techniques.
  • Planned and implemented instruction in word study, grammar, reading comprehension, vocabulary development, research, and written expression.
  • Researched programs and made recommendations to update services for gifted students, as a member of the Student Services Committee.
  • Planned and implemented Interview Day, for students to meet with representatives from boarding, Catholic and private schools.
  • Prepared assignments for student reports; assisted students in organizing and writing research findings, bibliographies and final reports.
  • Developed and taught 9th grade reading intervention curriculum based on best practice research and comprehension strategy workshops.
  • Instructed students, using lecture and demonstration, audiovisual aids and other materials to supplement presentations.
  • Used document camera when presenting most of my lesson on skills students need to pass the FCAT
  • Presented lesson material using classroom SMART Board to engage student interest and maintain an interactive environment.
  • Carry out comprehensive presentations to the school board that communicate the Title 1 program results.
  • Assisted with planning and presenting 'circle time' and activity centers in every subject area.
  • Prepared and conducted presentation for parents for Back to School Night using Microsoft Power Point.

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33. K-5

low Demand
Here's how K-5 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Differentiated lessons based on our monthly units in order to meet the unique needs of a wide range of students grades K-5th
  • Used intervention strategies, coaching, and modeling for struggling readers in grades K-5 and ELL students.
  • Conducted daily student reading intervention groups for Tier 2 and 3 students in grades K-5.
  • Provided intensive small group tutoring for struggling readers in grades K-5.
  • Pull reading and math intervention groups for grades K-5th grade.
  • Supported the reading development of students in grades k-5
  • Provided grades K-5 reading instruction.
  • Instructed children from grades K-5.
  • Helped students k-5 to read and write Mentor Planned field trips Put together large events for the parents and community to attend

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34. Assessment Data

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Here's how Assessment Data is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and use a variety of assessment data to refine curricula and instructional practice.
  • Analyzed student and assessment data to advise student placement and adjust curriculum.
  • Provided individualized conferencing time with students to review all assessment data.
  • Provided targeted instruction resulting from interim assessment data.
  • Compiled and analyzed assessment data.
  • Interpret assessment data (e.g., screening, progress monitoring, diagnostic) to guide instructional decisions.
  • Gathered and analyzed multiple sources of assessment data to determine students that would receive services.
  • Designed and taught lessons specified for small reading intervention groups based on the assessment data.
  • Analyze assessment data to create and implement guided reading lessons for students performing below grade level
  • Analyze assessment data for the use of data-driven instruction and intervention and remediation programs.
  • Use of formative assessment data weekly to inform best practices, instruction and curriculum.
  • Compiled and analyzed school-wide assessment data on Microsoft Excel and Power Point.
  • Planned, organized, and differentiated classroom instruction based on assessment data.
  • Interpreted formative and summative assessment data to determine needs and plan objectives.

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35. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Served as translator for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Engaged with parents on a daily basis through e-mail and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences and SST meetings for students I served.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, and advised parents on childs progress and how best to reinforce education at home.
  • Job Duties: Completed lesson plans/Maintained ratio/Completed required paperwork/Conducted Home Visits and Parent-Teacher conferences/Completed Developmental Screenings/Implemented developmental appropriate activities
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and home visits geared toward empowering parents to better assist their children with educational endeavors and behavioral modification.

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36. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Establish clear objectives and goals in the study of current, past, and or future events in History & Cultures.
  • Provided direct instruction on vocabulary and reading skills with clear objectives aligned to NYS Standards in full class setting.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects and communicated with students thus achieving a total understanding of overall class expectations.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities * Managed student grade-attendance books, proctored and graded tests
  • Prepare and execute lesson plans with clear objectives to cultivate an exciting and rewarding educational experience.
  • Developed Common Core aligned units in accordance with curriculum while establishing and communicating clear objectives.

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37. DRA

low Demand
Here's how DRA is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Coached and implemented Speech/Drama Program.
  • Involved with school extracurricular activities - yearbook lead, sports concession support, pictures, fundraisers, special events, etc
  • Organized and implemented drama productions and puppet shows to involve students in reading activities that were meaningful to them.
  • Drafted and maintained safety training manuals for different departments.TEACHER/COACH, ZWOLLE HIGH SCHOOL, ZWOLLE, LA.
  • Used guided reading program and DRA assessments to improve the student reading skills.
  • Created Drama Workshop for grades 6 - 8 and directed musical productions.
  • Assisted classroom with Literacy assessments, DRA testing, and progress monitoring.
  • Scheduled and assisted teachers with DRA and running records.
  • Edited and revised students' rough drafts.
  • Directed drama students in two productions yearly.
  • Assess students using STAR and DRA data systems
  • Supported students as the enhanced reading growth on STAAR, MAP, TPRI, and DRA.
  • Conduct DRA II and SRI testing.
  • Received commendation from Principal Donald Pyles for work establishing Drama Program
  • Coordinated community based fundraising events.
  • Served on school task force focused on curriculum development, textbook review, and fundraising and anti-bullying efforts.
  • Raised DRA reading scores for SIFE and Level one Ell students in Schull Middle School.
  • Served as 7th and 8th grade supervisor in charge of fundraising.
  • Led Fundraising drive for the Portsmouth SPCA.
  • Second - Fourth Grade * Administered GATES, DRA, TOWRE, Lexia to guide instruction and track growth.

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38. K-6

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Here's how K-6 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Provide small group (pull-out and push-in) instruction for at-risk students in grades K-6 during CORE Language Arts instruction.
  • Implemented, evaluated, monitored reading instruction for 45 teachers and 16 paraprofessionals at assigned K-6 elementary school.
  • Provided remedial and supplemental reading instruction to K-6 students.
  • Serviced students in grades K-6 with reading support services.
  • Directed Title I pull out program for grades K-6.
  • Evaluated appropriate placements for students in grades K-6.
  • Managed K-6 Waterford Reading program.
  • General Substitute Teacher Substituted for all grades (K-6).

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39. Taks

low Demand
Here's how Taks is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented and taught curriculum towards passing TAKS.
  • Worked collaboratively with the reading teacher to strengthen reading skills to prepare for the TAKS Reading test.
  • Provide tutoring for TAKS and mastery of core instruction outside of the classroom.
  • Led classroom discussions; prepared and administered exams for TAKS.
  • Provided planned instruction for At-Risk students to reach 50% Met Reading on TAKS
  • Maintained students TAKS passing rate of minimum 90% for consecutive years.

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40. K-12

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Here's how K-12 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Substitute Teacher, Grades Pre-K-12: Effectively managed classrooms and implemented lesson plans of absent teachers.
  • Delivered reading instruction to 200 students grades K-12 and adults Assessed student reading levels and evaluated progress
  • Tutored K-12 students Developed curriculums Evaluated student data and instruments
  • Instructed academic lessons to K-12 population; lesson development and classroom management.
  • Designed and implemented five courses regarding environmental protection to K-12 students
  • Provided one-on-on academic support to students K-12

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41. Co-Taught

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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Modeled lessons, co-taught lessons and provided constructive feedback to teachers.
  • Led co-taught classes with another teacher.

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42. K-3

low Demand
Here's how K-3 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Created reading intervention groups based on test results and reading ability for grades K-3.
  • Work with grades K-3 on honing their reading and writing skills.
  • Provided Title I reading services to students in grades K-3.
  • Worked with teachers and reading coaches assisting students in grades K-3
  • Collaborated to create schedules for intervention groups grades K-3.
  • Developed and implemented remedial reading curriculum for K-3 individual, small group, and classroom settings.
  • Guided Reading Grades k-3 Laid-off at year's end

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43. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared students for the Tulsa Public Schools Speech contest.
  • Master the understanding of Gwinnett County Public Schools Academic Knowledge and Skills curriculum.
  • Help develop and create professional ethics using instructional information for newly established Toledo Public Schools Barber Academy.
  • Supervised and facilitated the opening of the Howard County Public Schools Automotive Technology program.
  • Planned and conducted a five-week long Parent-Teacher-Student Communication Study for Boston Public Schools.
  • Offered exceptional classroom management and engaging curriculum to students within Nashville Public Schools.

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44. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Organized necessary paperwork and filed student records.
  • Assisted students with completing assignments, graded assignments, and entered grades into student records.
  • Assessed students' reading level and organized program to assist students reading elevation Maintained student records in database
  • Developed lesson plans, produced meaningful feedback, individualized intervention plans, and maintained student records of academics and behavior.
  • Maintained parent/guardian contact with thorough student records to document attendance, participation or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all information.
  • Enforced administrative policies and rules governing students, maintained student records in compliance with district policies and administrative guidelines.

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45. K-8

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Here's how K-8 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Performed duties as K-8 music/reading teacher in adherence with school, diocesan, and state objectives.
  • Created a schedule to meet the needs of struggling readers in grades K-8th.
  • Instruct K-8th grade below academic level students in a small group setting.
  • Developed individualized curriculum for the specific needs of K-8 !
  • Key Contributions: Manage all aspects of after-school reading intervention / tutoring program for K-8 students.
  • Created a curriculum Taught Reading to Boys and Girls grades K-8 Served as mentor and camp counselor

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46. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized graphic design skills to create daily PowerPoint lessons and supplementary material.
  • Utilize technology and equipment (Powerpoint, Prezi, Videos, etc) to strengthen the teaching/learning process.
  • Used technology such as smart boards, Rosetta Stone and Powerpoint to enhance lessons and increase student engagement.
  • Provide many PowerPoint presentations and SMART Notebook software with interactive lessons to enhance the learning environment during lesson instruction.
  • Displayed excellent technical skills in preparing several creative and educational PowerPoint presentations per week to facilitate student learning.
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentation used by the Director of Preschool for Early Childhood Spring and Fall Conferences annually.

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47. Content Areas

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Here's how Content Areas is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with colleagues in the development of lessons and techniques to teach reading and vocabulary in all secondary content areas.
  • Identified and evaluated proper reading materials (English and Spanish - all content areas).
  • Coordinated weekly faculty meetings concerning a new scope and sequence for the core content areas.
  • Worked in a team environment to promote higher learning within all content areas.
  • Provided support for teachers in content areas as reading specialist.
  • Performed as an instructional coach in the core content areas.
  • Strengthened comprehension and grammar skills; taught remediation classes in core content areas

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48. Accurate Records

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Here's how Accurate Records is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records and grades for students
  • Evaluate and grade students' class work and assessments and maintain accurate records of students' academic progression.
  • Keep accurate records with online gradebook.
  • Evaluate student progress, maintain accurate records as required by law, division policy and administration regulations.
  • Evaluated student progress and kept updated and accurate records for each student.
  • Maintained accurate records of students' progress and problem areas.

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49. K-2

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Here's how K-2 is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Provide reading intervention for students in grades K-2 using the pull-out delivery model.
  • Worked with ROAR computer data system with IRDA test results for grades K-2.
  • Instructed small group lessons for below-grade-level readers, grades K-2.
  • served as a kindergarten-3rd grade teacher and then as a k-2 content specialist then reading coordinator.
  • Worked directly with K-2 at risk students who scored below the 29% on their DIBELS.
  • Administered early literacy screening and diagnostic assessments (DIBLES) to all K-2nd grade students.

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50. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Reading Teacher jobs:
  • Used data analysis for instructional improvement and planned and implemented goal setting focused on student achievement.
  • Evaluated and assessed (SAM-AYR) data analysis for providing Tier-leveled differentiated instruction.
  • Monitored and supported student's academic performance based on data analysis.
  • Create and implement strategic interventions based upon data analysis.
  • Monitored and evaluated test-data analysis activity and assessed on-going group/individual reader's AYP academic progress.
  • Implement Six Traits of Writing and used data analysis to implement individualized lesson planning.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Reading Teacher

Classroom Management19.8%
Lesson Plans11%
Student Learning9.6%
Small Groups9.1%
Literacy8.1%
Special Needs5.7%
Grade Level5.5%
Mathematics4.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Reading Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
16.3%
16.3%
2
2
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
9%
9%
3
3
Student Learning
Student Learning
7.9%
7.9%
4
4
Small Groups
Small Groups
7.5%
7.5%
5
5
Literacy
Literacy
6.7%
6.7%
6
6
Special Needs
Special Needs
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Grade Level
Grade Level
4.5%
4.5%
8
8
Mathematics
Mathematics
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Language Arts
Language Arts
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Literature
Literature
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Phonics
Phonics
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
IEP
IEP
2%
2%
14
14
Fcat
Fcat
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
State Standards
State Standards
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
ELA
ELA
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
ESL
ESL
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
RTI
RTI
1%
1%
22
22
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Phonemic Awareness
Phonemic Awareness
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Esol
Esol
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Dibels
Dibels
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Test Scores
Test Scores
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Fountas
Fountas
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Pinnell
Pinnell
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Direct Instruction
Direct Instruction
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
ESE
ESE
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
K-5
K-5
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Assessment Data
Assessment Data
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
DRA
DRA
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
K-6
K-6
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Taks
Taks
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
K-12
K-12
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Co-Taught
Co-Taught
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
K-3
K-3
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Student Records
Student Records
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
K-8
K-8
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Content Areas
Content Areas
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Accurate Records
Accurate Records
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
K-2
K-2
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
0.3%
0.3%

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