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by Heather Lattimer

ePub Reading for Learning: Using Discipline-Based Texts to Build Content Knowledge download
Author:
Heather Lattimer
ISBN13:
978-0814108437
ISBN:
0814108431
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Publisher:
National Council of Teachers of English (October 7, 2010)
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Schools & Teaching
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1609 kb
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4.6
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Heather Lattimer provides practical, classroom-tested approaches to helping students .

Using strategies to help focus student readers before they engage with texts. Supporting comprehension in content areas through discussion and writing. Analyzing texts and applying content learning.

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book by Heather Lattimer. For too long, false perceptions and often policy have led teachers to believe they must choose between teaching reading and teaching content

book by Heather Lattimer. For too long, false perceptions and often policy have led teachers to believe they must choose between teaching reading and teaching content. As teachers, however, we know that for students to be successful in all subjects, they must have a strong foundation in reading and writing.

Reading for Learning: Using Discipline-Based Texts to Build Content Knowledge. Content Reading for Content Learning featuring Heather Lattimer. Writing in Every Content Area featuring Deborah Dean. Power of Picture Books, The: Using Content Area Literature in Middle School. by Mary Jo Fresch and Peggy Harkins (5-8). Disciplinary Literacies in Content Area Classrooms: Instructional Design for Responsive Instruction featuring Michael Manderino.

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Reading for Learning: Using Discipline-Based Texts to Build Content Knowledge Heather Lattimer. The Power of Picture Books: Using Content Area Literature in Middle School Mary Jo Fresch and Peggy Harkins.

IIntegrate ntegrate LLiteracy iteracy A Across cross tthe he Content Content Areas Areas Reading for Learning: Using Discipline-Based Texts to Build Content Knowledge Heather Lattimer. Featuring descriptions and activities for fifty exceptional titles, this book offers a wealth of ideas for harnessing the power of picture books to improve reading and writing in the content areas.

For too long, false perceptions and often policy have led teachers to believe they must choose between teaching reading and teaching content. As teachers, however, we know that for students to be successful in all subjects, they must have a strong foundation in reading and writing. _Reading for Learning: Using Discipline-Based Texts to Build Content Knowledge_ addresses this issue head-on, exploring the reality, which is that reading and content can, and should, go hand-in-hand to support subject area learning.Drawing on research in human cognition, reading development, and discipline-specific pedagogies, Heather Lattimer provides practical, classroom-tested approaches to helping students access and critically respond to content-based texts, such as selecting texts that enhance student learning experiences; using strategies to help focus student readers before they engage with texts; supporting comprehension in content areas through discussion and writing; and analyzing texts and applying content learning.Rich in classroom examples, the book strives not to remake content teachers into reading teachers, but instead to support content teachers in using texts to deepen students' understanding of the core ideas, critical information, and ways of thinking in the disciplines.
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  • This book was purchased for a graduate class in Education. It was very useful and had many resources which I will apply in my classroom. I recommend this book to other educators and school personnel.

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  • This book was purchased for a graduate class in Education. It was very useful and had many resources which I will apply in my classroom. I recommend this book to other educators and school personnel.