In order for students to write effective informational texts, they need to read good informational texts! In this practical book, youall find out how to use high-quality books and articles to make writing instruction more meaningful, authentic, and successful. The author demonstrates how you can help students analyze the qualities of effective informational texts and then help students think of those qualities as tools to improve their own writing. The book is filled with examples and templates you can bring back to the classroom immediately. Special Features: Offers clear suggestions for meeting the Common Core informational writing standards Covers all aspects of informational writing, including introducing and developing a topic; grouping related information together; adding features that aid comprehension; linking ideas; and using precise language and domain-specific vocabulary Includes a variety of assessment strategies and rubrics Provides classroom snapshots to show the writing tools in action Comes with a variety of templates and tools that can be photocopied or downloaded and printed from our website, www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138832060 Bonus! The book includes an annotated bibliographyaa comprehensive list of recommended informational texts, with suggestions for how to use them.Using Mentor Texts in Grades 3-5 Sean Ruday ... For example, a passage that focuses on internal combustion engines is aligned with an illustration that shows the ... indicates, features that aid comprehension can play important roles in readersa#39; experiences with an informational text. ... a look inside a fourth-grade classroom as the students in that class work on adding features that aid comprehension toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Informational Writing Toolkit|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-11-27|