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Contains 20 familiar 'how to' activities, each told in four or six brief steps, that students can cut and paste into a logical sequence.
Applies postmodern theory to short fiction, a genre usually subsumed by postmodernists under the category "prose fiction" or "narratology."
This book improves the understanding and telling of stories in secondary school students and young adults. Specifically designed for older children and young adults, this practical language programme was created by a specialist speech & language therapist with input from secondary school teachers and students. It focuses on enhancing the understanding and expression of stories in students aged from 8 to 18 with language and communication difficulties, and aims to: create an awareness of how storytelling can be used to enhance learning in school and social interactions in school and home environments. It facilitates storytelling. It enhances the joy and enjoyment in telling stories. It identifies different types of narratives and provide examples for each type. It encourages effective listening and attention skills. It examines different means of making story production more interesting through vocal variety, body language and print. It encourages the use of the story planner in planning and structuring essays in the classroom and for homework. Dr Victoria Joffe is a specialist speech and language therapist and senior lecturer in developmental speech, language and communication impairments in the Department of Language and Communication Science at City University, London. Victoria runs various workshops for PCT's, LEA's and schools on child speech disorder, evidence based practice in speech and language therapy and collaborative practice in education and provides training for therapists and teaching staff on working with children and young adults with speech, language and communication needs in education. Victoria is currently involved in a large scale intervention project funded by the Nuffield Foundation on enhancing language and communication in secondary school children with language impairments on which this programme is based.
This book discusses the American short story composite, or short story cycle, a neglected form of writing consisting of autonomous stories interlocking into a whole. This study takes into consideration, to a greater degree than earlier criticism, the short story composite as an open work, emphasizing the tension between the independent stories and the unified work, between the discontinuity and fragmentation, on the one hand, and the totalizing strategies, on the other. The discussion of the genre is illustrated with references to numerous American short story composites.
- Author : Christi E. Parker
- Publisher : Shell Education
- Release Date : 2006-02-01
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 144
- ISBN : 9781425803902
Provides fresh, new graphic organizers to help students read, write, and comprehend content area materials. Helps students organize and retain information.
- Author : Robert L. Hillerich
- Publisher : Merrill Publishing Company
- Release Date : 1977
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 218
- ISBN : UVA:X000637395
This book presents a sequence of rereading and reading skills deemed essential for individuals at the pre-reading and early reading levels. Beginning with the elements of language development, it moves through basic decoding and comprehension skills. While this book could be used as a cookbook, hopefully it will not be. The skills and methods are the warp and woof of the philosophy of reading and are supported by research evidence to encourage a deeper understanding of the reading process and of the most effective means of helping children to master that process. Much of this book is devoted to an explanation of the why of instruction. Unless we as teachers constantly evaluate why, we get into a rut and continue doing what we have always done and only because we have always done it. The contents are limited to reading and reading related activities. - Introduction.
Readers can use the cards to help tell the story and learn about shape, colors, and counting as Abby Cadabby starts a new school, Zoe dances in a recital, Cookie Monster leads a parade, Grover celebrates his birthday, and Elmo finds a pet. On board pages.
Supports English teachers who seek to engage their students in genre studies in the reading and writing workshop. The book profiles six different units of study: memoir, feature article, editorial, short story, fairy tale, and response to literature. Each study is set in an individual fifth-through tenth-grade classroom and is described from its theoretical foundations, through the planning for the specific needs of the students, to the teaching, and finally evaluation.
The value of small-group instruction cannot be emphasized enough, but many teachers have found it difficult to manage, especially when class sizes remain large. Here is practical, theoretically-sound guidance for language arts teachers from pre-K through grade 5 who want help setting up literacy-rich classrooms that support guided reading or other small-group teaching. This new edition of The Literacy Center provides meaningful activities that extend small-group instruction in both comprehension and word study. Like the popular first edition, this updated handbook is teacher friendly. Clear suggestions for each center, together with charts, diagrams, black-line masters and photographs, help implement a "real" work place for young learners. Supported by Dr. Morrow's extensive research in motivation theory and exemplary instruction, here are sound ideas that engage students collaboratively and independently. You can spend time teaching small groups of students, attending to their individual needs, all the while knowing the rest of your class will be independently engaged in real learning. The book is divided into two distinct parts. The first section gives the research background and rationale for using literacy centers. It provides the tools for thoughtful design and use of centers along with helpful hints on how best to motivate students. The second section provides activities for modeling literature to interest children in reading in social collaborative settings. These activities are designed to foster the development of comprehension skills and strategies through the use of children's literature. The book gives equal time to the development of word study skills, such as phonemic awareness and phonics, with manipulative materials to ensure fluent reading. Included are: smart suggestions for introducing centers; management ideas; black-line masters; ways to foster student collaboration and cooperation; ways to assess students' center work and suggestions for promot
This textbook begins with an overview of instructional systems, then details the basic processes of learning and instruction. Chapters concentrate on topics like outcomes, varieties of learning, the learner, performance objectives, instructional sequences, technology-affordances, performance assessment, group learning environments, on-line learning.