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by Karen Kuelthau Allan,Mary C. McMackin,Stephanie A. Spadorcia,Erika Thulin Dawes

ePub Learning to Write with Purpose: Effective Instruction in Grades 4-8 (Solving Problems in the Teaching of Literacy) download
Author:
Karen Kuelthau Allan,Mary C. McMackin,Stephanie A. Spadorcia,Erika Thulin Dawes
ISBN13:
978-1606231258
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1606231251
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Publisher:
The Guilford Press; 1 edition (March 14, 2009)
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Effective Instruction in Grades 4-8. Karen Kuelthau Allan, Mary C. McMackin, Erika Thulin Dawes, and .

Effective Instruction in Grades 4-8. McMackin, Erika Thulin Dawes, and Stephanie A. Spadorcia. Teachers learn ways to promote the skills and strategies needed to write and revise effectively in a range of genres: personal narratives, fiction, and poetry; persuasive, explanatory, and "how-to" writing; and writing for high-stakes tests.

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book by Karen Kuelthau Allan. Communicating ideas and information is what makes writing meaningful-yet many upper elementary and middle school students write in a vacuum, without considering the aims of their writing or the needs of their readers.

The book also offers best-practice guidelines for designing an effective writing program. Part I, Designing Writing Programs, contains the initial chapters: (1) Writing Instruction in Engaging and Effective Elementary Settings (Michael Pressley, Lindsey Mohan, Lauren Fingeret, Kelly Reffitt, and Lisa Raphael Bogaert); (2) Best Practices in Implementing a Process Approach to Teaching Writing (Ruie J. Pritchard and Ronald L. Honeycutt); (3) Best Narrative Writing Practices When Teaching from a Developmental Framework.

This indispensable book shows how to incorporate independent reading into daily literacy instruction in the primary grades

By Karen Kuelthau Allan, Mary C. McMackin, Erika Thulin Dawes, Stephanie A. This indispensable book shows how to incorporate independent reading into daily literacy instruction in the primary grades. Provided are class-tested strategies for engaging students in independent reading; creating and organizing the classroom library; developing mini-lessons and different kinds.

Effective teaching requires creativity and innovation, therefore adopting various teaching strategies such as.

Effective teaching requires creativity and innovation, therefore adopting various teaching strategies such as differentiation and problem solving is ke. Mobile devices, such as iPads and/or tablets, can be used in the classroom for students to record results, take photos/videos or simply as a behaviour management technique.

Stephanie Spadorcia is the chair of the Teaching and Learning . Learning to Write with Purpose: Effective Instruction in Grades 4-8.

Stephanie Spadorcia is the chair of the Teaching and Learning department, which consists of Early Childhood, Elementary. Middle School, High School, and Special Education programs. She has published articles and book chapters, and presents nationally. Guilford Publications, Inc. Erickson, K. Clendon, S. Cunningham, J. Spadorcia, . Koppenhaver, D. Sturm, . & Yoder, D. E. (2007).

Communicating ideas and information is what makes writing meaningful—yet many upper elementary and middle school students write in a vacuum, without considering the aims of their writing or the needs of their readers. This highly informative, teacher-friendly book presents a fresh perspective on writing instruction along with practical methods for the classroom. Teachers learn ways to promote the skills and strategies needed to write and revise effectively in a range of genres: personal narratives, fiction, and poetry; persuasive, explanatory, and "how-to" writing; and writing for high-stakes tests. Special features include vivid classroom vignettes, examples of student work, evaluation guidelines, and suggested "mentor texts" that model different genres.