What a Writer Needs, Second EditionBoynton/Cook #ad - In what a writer needs, ralph presents a crash course on the elements of writing, a sense of place, with chapters on how to create vivid details, tension, believable characters, engaging leads and endings, compelling voice, just to name a few. In fact, ralph has added two entirely new chapters on revision and nonfiction writing that are immediately useful for meeting Common Core writing standards.
Experience ralph's keen instructional insight, his careful attention to students and their work, and his experienced-honed wisdom about the essentials of great writing. Discover the pleasure of reading and teaching from What a Writer Needs. Readers will develop a deeper, more profound knowledge of writing and will find the book eminently practical as well.
What a Writer Needs, Second Edition #ad - Young writers need to know what can be done with language. Ralph fletcher for more than 20 years, trusted in classrooms, district inservices, Ralph Fletcher's What a Writer Needs has been a beloved bestseller, and teacher-preparation programs across the U. S. Now ralph's second edition makes What a Writer Needs an even more powerful tool for turning students into writers-and for teachers to improve their own writing.
You'll soon find out why Ralph Fletcher's timeless classic is more timely than ever. What a writer needs, second Edition, is a desert-island book for any writing teacher.
What Readers Really Do: Teaching the Process of Meaning MakingHeinemann #ad - Along the way, self-monitoring, you'll learn how to: notice and name what students are doing as readers to build their identity and agency move beyond simple strategy instruction to step students into more complex texts show students how readers draft and revise as they read to promote engagement, and deeper comprehension.
Drawing on their own lives as readers and writers and years of experience working in classrooms as coaches, staff developers, and consultants, Dorothy Barnhouse and Vicki Vinton offer practical tips for meeting today's rigorous standards while reminding us of the deeper, enduring purposes and process of reading.
What Readers Really Do: Teaching the Process of Meaning Making #ad - Filled with student voices and classroom examples including read-alouds, and conferences, small groups, What Readers Really Do will challenge, inspire, and empower you to become the insightful, independent teacher your students need you to be. And it will remind both you and your students why and how we really read.
Heinemann Educational Books. And you'll look into the authors' own teaching minds and hearts as they unpack the moves and decisions they make to design and implement instruction that allows every student to make significant and personally relevant meaning of texts. In what readers really do, you'll peer into the minds and hearts of readers to notice the often invisible thinking work that goes into making meaning of texts-from comprehending where a scene is taking place to constructing thematic interpretations.
About the Authors: Writing Workshop with Our Youngest WritersHeinemann #ad - Beautifully describing young children in the act of learning, making it natural, she demonstrates what it takes to nourish writing right from the start: a supportive environment that enables even the youngest students to write respect and sensitivity to the way children really learn inviting instruction that both encourages and elevates young writers rich language that stimulates writing classroom talk and children's literature that energize young writers developmental considerations that shape the structure of the workshop, joyful, and absolutely appropriate.
Heinemann Educational Books. About the authors is about the littlest authors - those in kindergarten through second grade. And she wants your students to be able to do the same. So why not write books? gifted educator and author of the best-selling What You Know by Heart Heinemann, 2002, Katie Wood Ray has seen young authors do just that.
About the Authors: Writing Workshop with Our Youngest Writers #ad - Based on a profound understanding of the ways in which young children learn, it shows teachers how to launch a writing workshop by inviting children to do what they do naturally - make stuff. Ray allows readers to "listen in" to Lisa as she helps her young students learn from professional writers, work with intention, and think about their own process.
She also draws on data, projects, and the language of teaching used in the classroom of first-grade teacher Lisa Cleaveland. What's more, detailing eleven units of study that cover idea generation, different genres, Ray explains step by step how to set up and maintain a primary writing workshop, text structures, and illustrations that work with text.
Chockfull of examples of little books by young children, About the Authors is proof positive that a primary writing workshop is a smart writing move.
Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read MattersScholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching Strategies) #ad - Now, in disrupting thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged and reluctant readers. Disrupting thinking is, recall, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, or choose the correct answer from a multiple-choice list.
The problem, they suggest, is that we have misrepresented to students why we read and how we ought to approach any text - fiction or nonfiction. In their hit books notice and note and Reading Nonfiction, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. In particular, they share new strategies and ideas for helping classroom teachers: --Create engagement and relevance --Encourage responsive and responsible reading --Deepen comprehension --Develop lifelong reading habits “We think it’s time we finally do become a nation of readers, and we know it’s time students learn to tell fake news from real news.
Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters #ad - This book shows us how to help students become the critical thinkers our nation needs them to be. Heinemann Educational Books. It’s time we help students understand why how they read is so important, ” explain Beers and Probst. Hands-on-strategies make it applicable right away for the classroom teacher, and turn-and-talk discussion points make it a guidebook for school-wide conversations.
With their hallmark humor and their appreciated practicality, Beers and Probst present a vision of what reading and what education across all the grades could be.
RtI in MathRoutledge #ad - This book provides a variety of clear, practical strategies that can be implemented right away to boost student achievement. You will find out how to design lessons that work with struggling learners, teach whole numbers and fractions, games, as well as lesson plans, develop number sense and computational fluency, implement the recommendations for math intervention from the What Works Clearinghouse, use praise and self-motivation more effectively, increase students’ problem-solving abilities, and more! Extensive examples are provided for each strategy, and resources.
Heinemann Educational Books. Learn how to help K–8 students who struggle in math. Routledge.
Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction 6th Edition Words Their Way SeriesPearson #ad - To offer teachers even more tools that will enhance their word study instruction, all new classroom videos and interactive PDFs are available on the PDToolkit site*. To learn more, please visit: http://pdtoolkit. Pearson. Com. The keys to this successful, research-based approach are to know your students’ literacy progress, organize for instruction, and implement word study.
Words their way is a hands-on, vocabulary, developmentally-driven approach to word study that illustrates how to integrate and teach children phonics, and spelling skills. Heinemann Educational Books. After twelve months, the subscription must be renewed. With its newly designed marginal icons that link readers to resources on the accompanying web site, provides a complete word study package that will motivate and engage your students, Words Their Way, and help them to succeed in literacy learning.
Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction 6th Edition Words Their Way Series #ad - Building on its best-selling approach, this edition of Words Their Way continues the phenomenon that has helped thousands of children improve their literacy skills. The pdtoolkit is available free for twelve months after you use the password that comes with the book. Written for professional development facilitators and their program participants, literacy coaches, reading specialists, and classroom teachers, this text can also be used in the Reading Methods Supplementary or Phonological Awareness and Phonics course.
This sixth edition lists the Common Core State Standards for each activity, activities, and features enhanced discussions, and content. Check with the seller before completing your purchase.
Writing Workshop: The Essential GuideHeinemann #ad - Each chapter addresses an essential element, then suggests five or six specific things a teacher can do to implement the idea under discussion. Today we face a time when as many as ten million new teachers are entering the profession. This important book is the culmination of all their years of effort, a synthesis of their best thinking on the subject.
. That's why, despite the pressures of testing, the writing workshop has endured and even flourished in thousands of schools across the country. In clear language, fletcher and Portalupi explain the simple principles that underlie the writing workshop and explore the major components that make it work. It is for these teachers, and others who are unfamiliar with writing workshop, that Ralph Fletcher and JoAnn Portalupi wrote this book - as a way to introduce and explain the writing workshop.
Writing Workshop: The Essential Guide #ad - Is the writing workshop the only way to teach writing? No. Above all writing workshop is a practical book, providing everything a teacher needs to get the writing workshop up and running. There are a variety of approaches or programs, but none of them matches the writing workshop when it comes to growing strong writers.
To reveal what a potent tool the writing workshop can be for empowering young writers. There's also a separate chapter entitled "What About Skills, " which shows how to effectively teach skills in the context of writing.
Hidden Gems: Naming and Teaching from the Brilliance in Every Student's WritingHeinemann #ad - Katherine bomer if you're like katherine bomer, you've grown weary of searching for what's wrong in student writing, and you want better ways to the respond to pieces whose beauty and intelligence doesn't shine on the first read. Now she shares how she learned instead to search-sometimes near the surface, celebrate, sometimes deep beneath-to find, and teach from writers' Hidden Gems.
Routledge. Heinemann Educational Books. Thomas newkirk, fire-in-the-belly energy for writing because you fear getting a bad grade, Author of Holding On to Good Ideas in a Time of Bad Ones You don't get true, but because you have something to say and your own way of saying it. Open katherine bomer's staggeringly beautiful, generous book-you may realize that you have never before see your students' writing at all.
Hidden Gems: Naming and Teaching from the Brilliance in Every Student's Writing #ad - Lucy calkins, author of units of Study for Teaching Writing Hidden Gems will transform the way we read student work. Accept katherine bomer's invitation to read work "by young, jimmy santiago Baca, the heartbreaking honesty, unseasoned writers the way we would inquire our way into a poem by Nikki Giovanni, or Naomi Shihab Nye and to notice the quirky brilliance and humor, and surreal beauty in even the slightest bits of writing.
You'll soon discover that student writers often perform remarkable feats in the craft of writing, and that you can achieve remarkable results with them when you uncover theirHidden Gems. My hope is that as teachers we can respond to all students' writing with astonished, appreciative, awe-struck eyes, " writes Katherine.
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Reading, Writing, and Talk: Inclusive Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners, K-2 Language and Literacy SeriesTeachers College Press #ad - Featured teaching strategies foster academic success, cultural competence, and critical consciousness―leading students to read their worlds and question educational and societal inequities. The hands-on examples and strategies portrayed will help educators expand their thinking and repertoires regarding what is possible―and needed―in the language and literacy education curriculum.
Uses vivid classroom examples to show how teachers and students build on diversities as strengths, fostering educational success. Unique in its focus on equitable, fully inclusive, and culturally relevant language and literacy teaching, this important book will help K–2 teachers rethink and reconceptualize their own practices.
Book features: showcases culturally relevant and inclusive ways of teaching reading and writing in the early childhood classroom. Heinemann Educational Books. Chapters focus on oral language, reading, and writing development and include diverse possibilities for culturally relevant and inclusive teaching.
Reading, Writing, and Talk: Inclusive Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners, K-2 Language and Literacy Series #ad - Routledge. Heinemann Educational Books. Includes the voices of teachers who employ theoretically informed and equitable language and literacy teaching practices in their own K–2 classrooms. This book introduces a variety of inclusive strategies for teaching language and literacy in kindergarten through 2nd grade.
Choice Words: How Our Language Affects Children's LearningStenhouse Publishers #ad - Heinemann Educational Books. Through language, children learn how to become strategic thinkers, not merely learning the literacy strategies. Teachers create intellectual environments that produce not only technically competent students, but also caring, secure, actively literate human beings. Choice words shows how teachers accomplish this using their most powerful teaching tool: language.
In productive classrooms, teachers don't just teach children skills: they build emotionally and relationally healthy learning communities. Routledge. Throughout, phrases, peter johnston provides examples of apparently ordinary words, and uses of language that are pivotal in the orchestration of the classroom.
Choice Words: How Our Language Affects Children's Learning #ad - Heinemann Educational Books. Grounded in a study by accomplished literacy teachers, the book demonstrates how the things we say and don't say have surprising consequences for what children learn and for who they become as literate people. In addition, and often by teachers themselves, by the general public, by policy-makers, Johnston examines the complex learning that teachers produce in classrooms that is hard to name and thus is not recognized by tests, yet is vitally important.
This book will be enlightening for any teacher who wishes to be more conscious of the many ways their language helps children acquire literacy skills and view the world, their peers, and themselves in new ways. Teachers College Pr. Used book in Good Condition.