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The Big Book Of Details

Author : Rozlyn Linder
ISBN : 0325077665
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Crafting Writers K 6

Author : Elizabeth Hale
ISBN : 9781571107398
Genre : Education
File Size : 29. 88 MB
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How do we teach elementary students to independently use the different elements of craft that are discussed and taught in lessons? We begin by honoring the reality that terms like voice, sentence fluency, and writing with detail are descriptions of where we want our students to be, not next steps on how to reach those goals. In Crafting Writers, K–6 Elizabeth Hale shows us how to identify specific elements of craft when assessing student work and planning instruction, and use them to teach students the specific craft techniques that will move them forward as writers. Liz offers practical information that teachers can use immediately in their classrooms. She also presents a concrete process for noticing craft in writing so teachers can develop and plan craft lessons based on their students' writing. Learning the techniques that make up good writing also allows teachers to see craft in many different levels of writing, a skill that is particularly powerful when conferring with below-grade-level writers. Additional chapters look closely at assessment and classroom management practices like group conferring. Most of us know good writing when we read it, but writing teachers need to know what makes it work. Filled with easy-to-use charts, and practical lessons, Crafting Writers, K–6 provides clear insight into identifying and teaching the small elements that make good writing successful.

Writers Are Readers

Author : Lester Laminack
ISBN : 0325056633
Genre : Education
File Size : 52. 5 MB
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In Writers Are Readers, the mutually supportive roles of reading and writing are made visible through the idea of "flipsides;" how a reader's insights can be turned around to provide insights into his own writing, and vice versa. Lester and Reba's trademark engaging style is woven throughout chapters full of sample lessons, student writing samples, and recommended texts for maximizing the flipped concept across the year. "Leading the student to understand what he did as a reader can become a lens that brings into focus what the writer had to do before a reader ever saw the page," they write. Discover fresh new ways to turn reading strategies into writing opportunities that your students will be excited about and deeply understand.

The Journey Is Everything

Author : Katherine Bomer
ISBN : 0325061580
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Chart Sense For Writing

Author : Rozlyn Linder
ISBN : 0988950529
Genre : Charts, diagrams, etc
File Size : 62. 19 MB
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Chart Sense for Writing is the companion to the best-selling Chart Sense: Common Sense Charts to Teach 3-8 Informational Text and Literature. This resource is for elementary and middle school teachers who are ready to create meaningful, standards-based charts with their students. The same charts that Rozlyn creates with students when she models and teaches writing in classrooms across the nation are all included here. Packed with over seventy photographs, Chart Sense for Writing is an invaluable guide for novice or veteran teachers who want authentic visuals to reinforce and provide guidance for the writing classroom. Organized in a simple, easy-to-use format, Rozlyn shares multiple charts for each writing standard. At over 190 pages, this book is filled with actual charts, step-by-step instructions to create your own, teaching tips, and instructional strategies.

Write Now

Author : Kathy Ganske
ISBN : 9780872073531
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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To become truly "college and career ready," students need to be able to communicate effectively in writing—and teachers need to be confident and prepared to teach writing in ways that motivate, encourage, and challenge students to higher levels. In this groundbreaking volume, renowned researchers and beloved classroom educators come together to provide research-based instructional strategies that can encourage your students' writing skills—and, perhaps even more important, increase student engagement and motivation to write. A stellar team of contributors delves into critical topics such as * What writing instruction should look like in the age of high standards *The power of mentor texts to teach narrative and informational writing skills * Strategies for teaching argumentative and persuasive writing * The importance of vision, choice, and identity in motivating reluctant and developing writers * Innovative ideas for using digital tools in grades K–3 and 4–6 * Implementing multigenre projects that integrate social studies or science with the language arts Write Now! can empower you to make important research-based instructional decisions. It can also be a go-to source for countless practical tips, strategies, techniques, and concrete examples to help you expand the writing expertise of typical and challenged learners.

Flip Your Writing Workshop

Author : Dana Johansen
ISBN : 032507674X
Genre : Education
File Size : 37. 49 MB
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How many times during writing workshop have you thought, "If only I could clone myself!" Dana and Sonja have a solution for finding more one-on-one teaching time during your writing workshop: flipped learning. Imagine students having access to instruction and support when they need it as often as they need it. While definitely not a replacement for you, the teacher, flipped learning allows students to: - access a variety of minilessons on their own - work at their own pace to study the minilesson - move ahead or review concepts, depending on individual needs. Meanwhile, you'll have more time to maximize individual instruction and conferring. Dana and Sonja walk you through the "how's" and "why's" of flipped learning, and provide guidance for determining which minilessons should be "flipped." They'll illustrate what flipped learning in a writing workshop looks like by modeling a flipped lesson, and explaining the technology used. Whether you're a novice or advanced technology user, you'll find tech tips throughout the book that help you choose the right tools and resources for creating flipped lessons and incorporating them into your workshop. Discover how a blended approach using flipped learning can increase efficiency in your writing workshop, while fostering independent learning and student engagement at the same time.

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