Webbing with Literature: Creating Story Maps with Children's Booksby Karen D'Angelo Bromley
This practical book explores semantic webbing/mapping as a way of sharing literature with children helping develop their organizational skills and fostering greater understanding and appreciation of literature. The ready-to-apply ideas and suggestions not only show how to include webbing as part of K-8 teaching, but also explain how teachers can use webbing to encourage response to literature, extend comprehension, build literacy, reinforce vocabulary and spelling, construct knowledge cooperatively, and promote enthusiasm toward drama and writing.
- Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
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