Built on a solid research base, this exceptionally applied, accessible, and teacher-friendly book continues to provide balanced coverage of all six of the language arts, including extensive application as well as student artifacts. Chapter topics cover learning and the language arts; teaching and assessing language arts; the reading and writing processes; looking closely at words; personal writing; listening to learn and sustaining talk in the classroom; reading and writing stories, information, and poetry; learning to spell conventionally; learning about grammar and usage; and developing legible handwriting.dents to identify what important information was presented, and lists their responses on the chalkboard. Teachers often begin by writing notes in a list format, but the notes can also be written in outline or cluster formats. Similarly, the teacher can use ... Teachers begin demonstrating the usefulness of note taking on the chalkboard or on charts with kindergartners and first graders. Second and third gradersanbsp;...
|Author||:||Gail E. Tompkins|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2002|