Sharing the Pen : Interactive Writing with Young Children / Edition 1by Gail E. Tompkins, Stephanie Collom
Pub. Date: 08/28/2003
This engaging book, co-authored by one of the most respected literacy and language arts authors today, is the resource for teaching interactive writing to children. Everything you need to know in order to gain these instructional skills is presented in a clearly written, interesting format. Step-by-step implementation ideas, relevant student/i>/b>… See more details below
This engaging book, co-authored by one of the most respected literacy and language arts authors today, is the resource for teaching interactive writing to children. Everything you need to know in order to gain these instructional skills is presented in a clearly written, interesting format. Step-by-step implementation ideas, relevant student feedback, and an easy-to-use chart of teacher guidelines clearly illustrate how phonemic awareness, phonics, print awareness, and vocabulary can be incorporated into writing lessons; how this system can be used with ESL learners; and how it can be adapted to meet your specific goals. Dozens of lessons that are ideal for sparking the interest of early writers are accompanied by a description of why and how it improves writing. Topics covered include: the writing continuum, grouping options, building on favorite words, creating research murals, current events skills, illustrations and context, story innovations, writing poetry, science and interactive writing, recycled writing, using the computer, teaching revision, interactive writing as an assessment tool, and writing with older novice writers. An excellent resource for elementary school educators.
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- New Edition
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- 8.11(w) x 10.63(h) x 0.47(d)
Table of Contents
An Introduction to Interactive Writing.
The Writing Continuum: Levels of Teacher Support.
Grouping Options to Support Student Success.
Building on Every Child's Favorite Word.
Environmental Print: Building a Bridge to Literacy.
Wonder Walls: Creating Research Murals with Young Children.
Weekly News: Beyond Show and Tell.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.
Setting Sail in a Sea of Words: A Passage into Story Innovations.
Working Your Way through a Story: Beginning, Middle, and End.
Teaching Skills and Strategies through Interactive Writing.
Powering the Poet's Pen: Writing Poetry Interactively.
Science and Interactive Writing.
Beyond the Pen: Interactive Writing on the Computer.
Interactive Writing and the Writing Process.
Using Interactive Writing to Teach Revision: Two Approaches.
Using Interactive Writing as an Assessment Tool.
Darlena: Portrait of an Emerging Writer.
Using Interactive Writing with Older Novice Writers.
The Missing Piece of the Puzzle.
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