This book provides a wealth of read-aloud titles and related activities that provide busy teachers with the tools to help students in grades K–12 become successful writers. * Includes 14 reproducible sheets that help students practice the skills described in the book * Provides extensive bibliographies and references to all the nearly 400 books discussed * Contains an index that enables teachers to readily access different topics * Presents quotes and advice from 25 experts in the field
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A recent OFSTED report identified the fact that, while many teachers were confident about their teaching of reading, 'too many are neglecting the teaching of writing in the Literacy Hour'. This book, building on the process approach adopted by both National Literacy Strategy and National Curriculum 2000, addresses the fundamental question, 'How do you teach writing?' / Pam Hodson and Deborah Jones provide teachers with, practical strategies, support through a clear and concise rationale, and explicit explanation of the different stages of the writing process. / This theoretical perspective is the basis of differentiated writing frames provided for the classroom use of teachers and pupils alike. Thus invaluable support is given to teachers and student teachers of writing across a wide range of genres throughout Reception, Key Stages 1 and 2, and in the early secondary years.
The engaging full-color Student Handbook is organized by genre to complement and align with the lessons in the four Teacher's Guides. This essential tool for guided and independent practice builds critical writing and reading skills. Each Student Handbook includes a copy of the mentor text to support close reading, language practice with an activity for the target language skill, graphic organizers to support prewriting and planning of the writing process, and draft frames to support struggling writers.
This extensively revised edition takes into account recent scholarly inquiry and research on composition, while remaining focused on the basic substance of pedagogy - the nurturing of the student mind
This full-color Student Handbook provides kid-friendly, illustrated student activity pages to complement and aligns with the lessons in the four Teacher's Guides. Each handbook is organized by genre and is an essential tool for students' interaction with the learning objectives. Students take ownership in their learning with a copy of the mentor texts to support close reading, language practice with activities for the target language skills, graphic organizers to support prewriting and planning of the writing process, and draft frames to support struggling writers.
In his latest book, Daniel Meier highlights the critical importance of integrating content and mechanics for successful and engaged writing at the K–4 level. Featuring the teaching philosophies and strategies of seven exemplary teachers, and a discussion of relevant research and theory, Meier provides a fresh, practical, and much-needed perspective on making writing meaningful and effective in the current standards-based era. Written by an experienced teacher and researcher, this book will be of interest to both new and veteran teachers, As well as curriculum coordinators, literacy coaches, and researchers on writing.
Students will improve key reading and writing skills with this engaging, full-color Student Handbook. Each handbook is organized by genre to complement and align with the lessons in the four Teacher's Guides. This essential tool for guided and independent practice builds critical writing and reading skills. Each Student Handbook includes a copy of the mentor text to support close reading, language practice with an activity for the target language skill, graphic organizers to support prewriting and planning of the writing process, and draft frames to support struggling writers.
A Revolutionary Strategy for Teaching Writing to Children How can we shape young students, often just learning how to hold a pencil, into capable writers? This groundbreaking book offers the solution: a clear framework for guiding children to write in any style, from narrative to persuasive. The key lies in using familiar text structures to break down a story into its main components, immediately thrusting students into the role of the writer. Included are 53 lessons, each centered around a classic nursery rhyme, and all the tools you’ll need to lead your students in crafting their own story — in words, pictures, or both. Discover how text structures, already a success in later grades, can also have a profound impact on younger students’ progress.
This book supports teachers and trainee teachers with the assessment of writing, and particularly assessment as part of the cycle of planning and teaching – assessment used formatively. - Explores the issues and challenges in the assessment of writing - Highlights the importance of specific feedback - Features examples of children's work and detailed guidance on how to assess each piece - Includes a chapter on supporting children to write more outside of school