The Beginnings of Writing / Edition 3

The Beginnings of Writing / Edition 3

by Charles A. Temple, Ruth Nathan, Frances Temple, Nancy Burris
     
 

A great strength of the book has always been the careful treatment of children's spelling development, including invented spelling. With the elimination of basal spelling programs from many classrooms, however, a number of teachers now find themselves having to construct spelling programs entirely on their own. We have tried to address this need in this edition. See more details below

Overview

A great strength of the book has always been the careful treatment of children's spelling development, including invented spelling. With the elimination of basal spelling programs from many classrooms, however, a number of teachers now find themselves having to construct spelling programs entirely on their own. We have tried to address this need in this edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780205145188
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
10/22/1992
Edition description:
3rd ed
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Preface

1. A Child Discovers How To Write.

I. THE BEGINNINGS OF WRITING.

2. The Precursors of Writing.

3. What Children Do With Early Graphics.

II. THE BEGINNINGS OF SPELLING.

4. Invented Spelling.

5. Learning Standard Spelling.

6. Making Progress in Spelling.

III. THE BEGINNINGS OF COMPOSITION.

7. Functions and Forms in Children's Composition.

8. Writing in the Expressive Mode.

9. Writing in the Poetic Mode.

10. Writing in the Transactional Mode.

11. Writing: The Child, The Teacher, and the Class.

Bibliography.

Index.

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