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Writing For Real

Author: Ross M. Burkhardt
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
ISBN: 1571103589
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Provides teachers with strategies to encourage their students to write.

Literacy From A To Z

Author: Barbara R. Blackburn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317930533
Size: 24.15 MB
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This book offers strategies, activities, and tools to help teachers and reading specialists teach elementary and middle school students to become better readers, writers, speakers, and listeners. Written in a lively and accessible style with one chapter for each letter of the alphabet, Literacy from A to Z offers practical advice and fully realized examples to improve your lesson plans.

Literacy And Learning In The Content Areas

Author: Sharon Kane
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 135181267X
Size: 20.28 MB
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The 3rd Edition of Literacy & Learning in the Content Areas helps readers build the knowledge, motivation, tools, and confidence they need as they integrate literacy into their middle and high school content area classrooms. Its unique approach to teaching content area literacy actively engages preservice and practicing teachers in reading and writing and the very activities that they will use to teach literacy to their own studentsin middle and high school classrooms . Rather than passively learning about strategies for incorporating content area literacy activities, readers get hands-on experience in such techniques as mapping/webbing, anticipation guides, booktalks, class websites, and journal writing and reflection. Readers also learn how to integrate children's and young adult literature, primary sources, biographies, essays, poetry, and online content, communities, and websites into their classrooms. Each chapter offers concrete teaching examples and practical suggestions to help make literacy relevant to students' content area learning. Author Sharon Kane demonstrates how relevant reading, writing, speaking, listening, and visual learning activities can improve learning in content area subjects and at the same time help readers meet national content knowledge standards and benchmarks.

Write Like This

Author: Kelly Gallagher
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
ISBN: 1571108963
Size: 11.96 MB
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Recognizing the importance that modeling plays in the learning process, high school English teacher Kelly Gallagher shares how he gets his students to stand next to and pay close attention to model writers, and how doing so elevates his students' writing abilities. --from publisher description.

Revision Strategies For Adolescent Writers

Author: Jolene Borgese
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 141299425X
Size: 78.66 MB
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Supported by the Common Core State Standards, the 30+ strategies in this book include pre-writing planning, peer conferencing, modeling effective revision, and using technology.

Rain Steam And Speed

Author: Gerald Fleming
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 9780787974565
Size: 43.40 MB
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This book shows how adolescent students at all skill levels, including English learners, can be engaged in systematic writing practice, enabling them to communicate quickly, confidently, and thoughtfully on a variety of topics. In describing their innovative approach, the authors: Show how to introduce timed writing exercises to build fluency and thinking skills Provide 150 powerful writing prompts on provocative topics Offer strategies for enabling students to overcome writing blocks Include assessment, grading, and motivational guidance The approach has been extensively tested by a master teacher, takes about one hour of instructional time per week, and can be used over an entire school year.

Using Poetry In The Classroom

Author: Ross M. Burkhardt
Publisher: Scarecrow Pr
ISBN: 9781578863419
Size: 69.48 MB
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"Drawing on the author's experience as a middle school language arts teacher, Using Poetry in the Classroom focuses on both the how and the why of teaching poetry and offers instructions for delivering specific poetry lessons that will develop such academic skills as reading, writing, and critical thinking. Divided into three sections, this book examines all aspects of poetry - composing, memorizing, reciting, interpreting, listening, reading, and publishing. This book is intended for teachers, teacher educators, and professors with an interest in language arts."--BOOK JACKET.

Adolescent Literacy Research And Practice

Author: Tamara L. Jetton
Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 9781593850227
Size: 42.54 MB
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This much-needed book is the first applied research book on adolescent literacy. It addresses the role of literacy instruction in enhancing content area learning, and fostering student motivation and success well beyond the primary grades. The unique literacy needs of middle school and secondary students are thoroughly examined and effective practices and interventions identified. Reviewing the breadth of current knowledge and with contributions from some of the most prominent scholars in the field, important topics are covered such as: * how literacy skills develop in grades 5-12 * ways to incorporate literacy learning into English, social studies, math, and science * struggling adolescent readers and writers: what works in assessment and intervention * special challenges facing English language learners and culturally diverse students * implications for teacher training, policy, and future research.

180 Days

Author: Kelly Gallagher
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
ISBN: 9780325081137
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"Teaching is art-creation-and a curriculum map is only as good as the teacher who considers it, who questions it, and who revises it to meet the needs of each year's students." -Kelly Gallagher and Penny Kittle Two teachers. Two classrooms. One school year. 180 Days represents the collaboration of two master teachers-Kelly Gallagher and Penny Kittle-over an entire school year: planning, teaching, and reflecting within their own and each other's classrooms in California and New Hampshire. Inspired by a teacher's question, "How do you fit it all in?" they identified and prioritized the daily, essential, belief-based practices that are worth spending time on. They asked, "Who will these students be as readers and writers after a year under our care?" What we make time for matters: what we plan, how we revise our plans while teaching, and how we reflect and decide what's next. The decision-making in the moment is the most essential work of teaching, and it's the ongoing study of the adolescents in front of us that has the greatest impact on our thinking. With both the demands of time and the complexity of diverse students in mind, Kelly and Penny mapped out a year of engaging literacy practices aligned to their core beliefs about what matters most. They share their insights on managing time and tasks and offer teaching strategies for engaging students in both whole class and independent work. Video clips of Kelly and Penny teaching in each other's classrooms bring this year to life and show you what a steadfast commitment to belief-based instruction looks like in action. 180 Days. Make every moment matter. Teach fearlessly. Empower all students to live literate lives.