Provides a clear and succinct introduction to teaching the language arts to elementary students Key Features Focuses on integrating the six language artsareading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and visually representingawith other subject areas Provides guidance on differentiating instruction to bring out the best in the rapidly growing number of students with special needs and English language learners in the regular classroom Includes a detailed lesson plan in each chapter along with instructional activities and techniques to integrate the language arts across all the subjects in the elementary curriculum Accompanied by High-Quality Ancillaries! Student Resource CD: Bundled with the book, this CD includes video clips and discussion questions that correlate with important chapter concepts. Web-based student study site This interactive study site provides practice tests, flashcards, chapter summaries, links to NCTE/IRA and state-specific Language Arts standards, and much more. Instructor Resources on CD: Available by contacting SAGE Customer Care at 1-800-818-SAGE (7243), this CD for instructors offers resources such as lecture outlines, PowerPoint slides, a test bank, and sample syllabi for semester and quarter courses. Intended Audience This book is intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary language arts methods, which teaches pre-service teachers and licensure/certification candidates specifically how to teach their students the basics of the six language arts a reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and visually representing.Short, simple stories with just a few characters work best, such as fairy tales, myths, and fables. Older children ... For example, a fifth- or sixth-grade class might perform a play for a first-grade class. ... Acting out characterparts: Students can dramatize characters within a given story, either through improvisation or by retelling.
|Title||:||Language Arts: Integrating Skills for Classroom Teaching|
|Author||:||Mildred R. Donoghue|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2008-08-05|