Four dedicated educators pull in the current big ideas in teaching a formative assessment, backward design, inquiry learning, strategic teaching, metacognition a and put them together in a way that makes sense. Pulling Together shows how this collaborative process is reflected in all aspects of the literacy learning process, from unit planning to the inquiry process to linking assessment to responsive lesson design. The book explores working together with students to develop and explore essential ideas and practices, including: responsive teaching and assessment; reading as a personalized and meaningful experience; and critical literacy. Complete with diagrams, graphic organizers, classroom examples, assessment tools, and lists of core understandings, this timely guide presents a comprehensive answer to the big questions about teaching English language arts.... literature forum, 99a100 Online response criteria rubric, 106 Oral language Bringing into the classroom, 39a41 Classroom examples, ... Reading and, 39 Responding to oral presentations, 45a46 Spoken word, 48a49 Supporting reading and writing, 40a41 Thinking and, ... 21a22, 31, 35 Sample worksheet, 22 a23 Template, 35 Performance task, 13, 23 Personal essay, 96a98 Perspective, 115a116anbsp;...
|Author||:||Leyton Schnellert, Mehjabeen Datoo, Krista Ediger, Joanne Panas|
|Publisher||:||Pembroke Publishers Limited - 2009-01-01|