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Lessons for the Writer's Notebook

by Ralph Fletcher, JoAnn Portalupi
     
 

Writer's notebooks can be powerful assets for any writing teacher. They provide a high-comfort, "hot-house" environment where students' writing can flourish. Lessons for the Writer's Notebook by Ralph Fletcher and JoAnn Portalupi provides a series of proven lessons that will help you introduce the writer's notebook into your classroom, sustain it in your

Overview

Writer's notebooks can be powerful assets for any writing teacher. They provide a high-comfort, "hot-house" environment where students' writing can flourish. Lessons for the Writer's Notebook by Ralph Fletcher and JoAnn Portalupi provides a series of proven lessons that will help you introduce the writer's notebook into your classroom, sustain it in your curriculum, and eventually guide students to transition from the privacy of the notebook to public, finished pieces of writing. Whether used as a stand-alone resource in your literacy block, or as an alternative launch cycle in your Teaching the Qualities of Writing (TQW) curriculum, Lessons for the Writer's Notebook will inspire your students to pick up a pen and imagine the writing possibilities.

Lessons for the Writer's Notebook includes:

  1. Lesson Cards
    • 20 ready-to-use lessons
    • exemplar text
    • graphic organizers
  2. Author Chats CD
    • quick audio clips from Ralph explain how he uses his writer's notebook
  3. Teacher's Guide
    • Notebook's philosophy
    • planning charts
    • teaching tips

Lessons for the Writer's Notebook and Teaching the Qualities of Writing (TQW)
While Lessons for the Writers Notebook will support any writing curriculum, it is ideally suited to reinforce and extend Portalupi and Fletcher's Teaching the Qualities of Writing (TQW). Mirroring the approach and three-part lesson structure of TQW's ready-to-use lessons, the Lessons for the Writer's Notebook offers an alternative launch cycle for introducing your TQW curriculum. Together, Notebook and TQW will improve the quality of your students' writing while it develops your ability to read and assess their work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780325009124
Publisher:
Heinemann
Publication date:
11/28/2005
Edition description:
Teacher's Guide, CD & 20 Lesson Cards
Pages:
52
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.26(d)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Ralph Fletcher has been a mentor to teachers and young writers everywhere. Ralph's latest Heinemann books continue this tradition. What a Writer Needs, Second Edition mentors teachers and writers in the elements and craft of writing. Mentor Author, Mentor Texts brings inspiration to teachers and students by sharing Ralph's own writing across numerous genres plus writer's notes that reveal his thinking. Ralph frequently works with young writers in schools, and speaks at education conferences in the U.S. and abroad, helping teachers find wiser ways of teaching writing. Ralph is the beloved author of many bestselling teacher professional books including Writing Workshop: The Essential Guide; Craft Lessons; and Breathing In, Breathing Out as well as the author of firsthand classroom materials such as Teaching the Qualities of Writing and Lessons for the Writer's Notebook. Students know Ralph as the award-winning author of more than 20 books for children and young adults, including Fig Pudding, Twilight Comes Twice, The Writer's Notebook,and Marshfield Dreams: When I Was a Kid. Ralph Fletcher online » Read Ralph's latest thoughts at his blog: Living the Writing Life. » Listen to an interview with Ralph Fletcher on Education Talk Radio - 1/10/2012 (38:29) » Learn more about Ralph at his website www.ralphfletcher.com and on Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Fletcher.

JoAnn Portalupi has helped teachers all over the U.S. find wiser ways of teaching writing. This is Ralph and JoAnn's third collaboration as a follow-up to Craft Lessons and Nonfiction Craft Lessons, which they coauthored for Stenhouse.

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