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Chapter One: Why Write, Anyhow? Understanding Voice, Theory, and Standards in Contemporary Classrooms.
What Is the TIP Writing Process.
Jane’s Story: Learning to Participate Through an Ice Cream Social.
Jamie’s Story: Patience and Creativity Pay Off.
Debbie’s Story: Labels Create the “Can’t”.
A Word About Our Goals.
It Ain’t All Theory—But a Little Bit Helps.
Product Approaches: Understanding Writing As a Sum of Its Parts.
Process Approaches: Movement Toward Authenticity.
The TIP Writing Process: A Balanced, Authentic Approach.
Authenticity and Effective Practice.
Flow and Optimal Experience.
What We Believe About Writing.
What Writing Is Not.
What Writing Is.
The TIP Weekly Schedule.
A Few Words About Standards.
The Principled Argument.
The Assimilationist Stance.
A Simple Fact: Too Many Standards.
Acculturation Instead of Assimilation.
A Place for Standards.
Who Will Benefit From the TIP Approach?
Chapter Two: Developing Voice and Authority.
Lessons for Developing Voice and Authority.
Lists of Ten.
Round Robin Theme Exchange.
Sight, Smell, Taste-Touch, Sound (SST-TS).
The Alien Encounter.
The Hall Walk.
The Friday Essay.
Chapter Three: Developing Mini Lessons.
Using the Writing Workshop and Mini Lesson Approach.
Developing Mini Lessons.
Determine Content Need.
Keep Them Short.
Make Them Simple.
Engage Students and Provide for Interaction.
Provide Practice Time.
Consider What’s Next.
Get Students Comfortable.
Mini Lessons and Special Education Students.
Chapter Four: Discovering Organization.
Developing Organizational Mini Lessons.
Don’t Spill the Topics.
Fitting the Pieces Together.
Thesis Statements and Organizing Ideas.
Checking It All Out.
Chapter Five: Learning the Little Stuff: Sentence Structure, Punctuation, Contractions, Descriptive Vocabulary, and More.
Developing Grammar Mini Lessons.
Identify and Practice.
Knowing Nouns and Venturing About Verbs.
I’m Just Acting!
Postcards from the Past.
It’s Happening—Right Now!
Looking into the Future.
Who? What? A World Without Pronouns.
Dance, FANBOYS, Dance!
Defragging Sentence Fragments.
Bucket o’ Words.
It’s in the Bag: Adding Descriptive Details.
Overusing and Abusing “Very”.
Idiomatic Scavenger Hunt.
Chapter Six: Finding Out About Research.
Developing Research Skill Mini Lessons.
Building Focused Thesis Statements.
Working Out a Working Outline.
Developing I-Search Research Papers.
Brainstorming I-Search Topics.
Narrowing Down the I-Search Topic.
Developing a Search Plan.
Identifying Potential Resources.
Gathering Information, Integrating Information, and Self-Evaluation.
Appendix: NCTE/IRA Standards for the English Language Arts.
Posted December 15, 2008
As a student teacher I found that teaching writing was very difficult. I turned to this text and one from Atwell to help me teach writing to my students. This book helped me tremendously. The mini-lessons are well thought out and give the teacher the techniques to model the lesson in a manner that creates student achievement. I found this to be the best resource available to teach writing. The lessons in this book helped my students organize their writing and elaborate more effectively. The techniques in this book really helped me add meat to the writing of my students.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.