Students using Teaching the Integrated Language Arts, 2/e, will gain a deeper understanding of how reading, writing, speaking, listening, and the visual and dramatic arts come together in the elementary classroom. Templeton weaves integration into every chapter of the text, and provides an insightful introduction in Chapter 1.
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Table of Contents
I. Background 1. The Language Arts: Content and Context 2. Thought and Language II. Learning Environment 3. Organizing and Managing the Integrated Classroom: Building a Community of Learners 4. Diversity and Multiculturalism in the Language Arts Classroom III. Integrated Teaching and Learning 5. The Processes and Development of Reading and Writing 6. Constructing Meaning Through Reading 7. Constructing Meaning Through Writing 8. Exploring Words: Vocabulary and Spelling in Context 9. Visual Arts and Performance Arts 10. Pulling It All Together: Integration, Inquiry, and Theme Exploration 11. Assessment of Students' Development and Learning in the Language Arts Teacher's Sourcebook References Index