The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers from Invitations: Changing as Teachers and Learners K-12

The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers from Invitations: Changing as Teachers and Learners K-12

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Overview

The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers from Invitations: Changing as Teachers and Learners K-12 by Regie Routman, Susan Hepler, Vera Milz, Dana Noble

The Blue Pages has been updated, expanded , and revised to provide the most comprehensive set of annotated teacher resources available in one place.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780435088354
Publisher: Heinemann
Publication date: 09/26/1994
Edition description: Updated, expanded, and rev
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Regie Routman's intimate knowledge of teaching and learning, down-to-earth style, and dedication to children's success have made her one of the most vibrant and respected names in literacy education. Her books, Teaching Essentials; Writing Essentials; Reading Essentials; Conversations; Literacy at the Crossroads; Invitations; The Blue Pages; and Transitions, all published by Heinemann, have encouraged hundreds of thousands of teachers to take charge of their professional learning and create efficient, joyful practices. Currently she is dedicating herself to a new, dynamic framework to support teachers' professional development. The DVD-based Regie Routman in Residence supports in-depth, yearlong literacy staff development that replicates the demonstration teaching she conducts in weeklong residencies and brings to life the practices she advocates in Teaching Essentials. Regie continues to inform and inspire teachers as a language arts coach in schools across the country, as a speaker at national conferences, and as a presenter of one-day workshops through Heinemann Professional Development.

Table of Contents

Resources for Teachers - Annotations with Vera Milz: Professional Books, Being Professional; Journal Articles; Themed Journals; Journals; Newsletters/Other Periodicals; Literacy Extension Resources

Recommended Literature by Grade Level, K-12, and Supplemental Lists - K-8 Annotations by Susan Hepler; 9-12 by Dana Noble: About These Lists; Kindergarten; Books Which Invite Readers into Print; Developing Early Reading Strategies; Grade 1; Grade 2; Grade 3; Grade 4; Grade 5; Grade 6; Books Which Invite Writing and Storytelling (Grades 1-6); Wordless Books (Grades K-6); Life Stories (Grades 2-6); Bilingual Spanish Books: A Beginning List; Grade 7; Grade 8; Grades 9 and 10; Grades 11 and 12

Multicultural Book List African American/Black Culture; Asian American/Asian Culture; Latino; Native American

Appendixes: A. Folk/Fairy Tale Unit for Grades 3-6 B. A Teacher's Guide for Amos & Boris C. A Teacher's Guide for Journey to Topaz D. Using the Goldilocks Strategy to Choose Books E. A Sliding Mask and a "Flag" F. Notes on Use of the WEB G. General Guidelines to Students for Submitting Stories, Poems, or Manuscripts to Publishers H. Spelling Interview

Have-a-Go Sheet J. Communicating with Parents K. Do Nothing to Destroy the Joy L. Questions to Think About in Choosing a Writing Topic M. Teachers' Self-Evaluation: Observations About the Student as a Reader/Writer N. Self-Evaluation Forms O. Approaches to Teaching Reading P. Reading Strategies for Unknown Words Q. Authentic Assessment: Some Examples

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