. .
Deutsch
Deutschland
Suchtools
Anmelden

Anmelden mit Facebook:

Registrieren
Passwort vergessen?


Such-Historie
Merkliste
Links zu eurobuch.com

Dieses Buch teilen auf…
..?
Buchtipps
Aktuelles
Tipp von eurobuch.com
FILTER
- 0 Ergebnisse
Kleinster Preis: 307.66 EUR, größter Preis: 395.00 EUR, Mittelwert: 351.33 EUR
Time for Nonfiction (DVD) - Stead, Tony
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Stead, Tony:

Time for Nonfiction (DVD) - neues Buch

2004, ISBN: 1571104666, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

ID: 9781571104663

Kein Buch! Medienkatalog. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: STENHOUSE PUBL, [GR: 47230 - VID/Bildungswesen (Schule/Hochschule)], [SW: - Education / Professional Development], DVD-Video, Klappentext: Journey with Tony Stead as he explores many amazing ways to make nonfiction reading and writing come alive in the classroom. This four-part video set takes you inside two classrooms at The Manhattan New School where Tony works with first-grade teacher Lauren Benjamin and third-grade teacher Lisa Elias Moynihan.<p>Watch how literacy centers literally come alive in the classroom and see some of the original ways students respond to their nonfiction reading. Learn how to organize a nonfiction classroom library and to support children as they select appropriate texts. <p>From learning about frogs, crows, and static electricity, to debating whether zoos should exist, you'll enjoy watching the whole-class mini-lessons that successfully integrate the content areas with language process. <p>Program 1: Setting Up the Nonfiction Classroom In a nonfiction classroom, the teacher and the students need to establish the classroom library and give all learners the opportunity to engage with nonfiction as part of independent reading and literacy centers. <p>Program 2: Helping Readers Select Texts: Mini-Lessons and Conferences If children are to be encouraged to actively select nonfiction as part of their reading lives, then they need support in selecting appropriate texts. This program explores whole-class demonstrations and individual conferences.<p>Program 3: Whole-Class Mini-Lessons Students need a variety of demonstrations in whole-class settings to help them as readers and writers of nonfiction. This segment highlights how to gather information and work with persuasive texts.<p>Program 4: Completing the Jigsaw: Read-Alouds, Visual Literacy, and Responses This program explores otherways to increase the presence of nonfiction in the classroom. See how to make the most of nonfiction read-alouds and notice how much information Tony and the first graders find in a simple homemade calendar. Through their responses to nonfiction -- whether dressing up as an ant or reading a recipe and baking a cake -- these first and third graders learn--and have a lot of fun--when nonfiction becomes a central part of the curriculum. Journey with Tony Stead as he explores many amazing ways to make nonfiction reading and writing come alive in the classroom. This four-part video set takes you inside two classrooms at The Manhattan New School where Tony works with first-grade teacher Lauren Benjamin and third-grade teacher Lisa Elias Moynihan.Watch how literacy centers literally come alive in the classroom and see some of the original ways students respond to their nonfiction reading. Learn how to organize a nonfiction classroom library and to support children as they select appropriate texts. From learning about frogs, crows, and static electricity, to debating whether zoos should exist, you'll enjoy watching the whole-class mini-lessons that successfully integrate the content areas with language process. Program 1: Setting Up the Nonfiction Classroom In a nonfiction classroom, the teacher and the students need to establish the classroom library and give all learners the opportunity to engage with nonfiction as part of independent reading and literacy centers. Program 2: Helping Readers Select Texts: Mini-Lessons and Conferences If children are to be encouraged to actively select nonfiction as part of their reading lives, then they need support in selecting appropriate texts. This program explores whole-class demonstrations and individual conferences.Program 3: Whole-Class Mini-Lessons Students need a variety of demonstrations in whole-class settings to help them as readers and writers of nonfiction. This segment highlights how to gather information and work with persuasive texts.Program 4: Completing the Jigsaw: Read-Alouds, Visual Literacy, and Responses This program explores otherways to increase the presence of nonfiction in the classroom. See how to make the most of nonfiction read-alouds and notice how much information Tony and the first graders find in a simple homemade calendar. Through their responses to nonfiction -- whether dressing up as an ant or reading a recipe and baking a cake -- these first and third graders learn--and have a lot of fun--when nonfiction becomes a central part of the curriculum.

Neues Buch DEU
Buchgeier.com
Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen (Besorgungstitel) Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Time For Nonfiction
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Time For Nonfiction - neues Buch

ISBN: 9781571104663

Journey with Tony Stead as he explores many amazing ways to make nonfiction reading and writing come alive in the classroom. This four-part video set takes you inside two classrooms at The Manhattan New School where Tony works with first-grade teacher Lauren Benjamin and third-grade teacher Lisa Elias Moynihan. Watch how literacy centers literally come alive in the classroom and see some of the original ways students respond to their nonfiction reading. Learn how to organize a nonfiction classroom library and to support children as they select appropriate texts. From learning about frogs, crows, and static electricity, to debating whether zoos should exist, you'll enjoy watching the whole-class mini-lessons that successfully integrate the content areas with language process. Program 1: Setting Up the Nonfiction Classroom In a nonfiction classroom, the teacher and the students need to establish the classroom library and give all learners the opportunity to engage with nonfiction as part of independent reading and literacy centers. Program 2: Helping Readers Select Texts: Mini-Lessons and Conferences If children are to be encouraged to actively select nonfiction as part of their reading lives, then they need support in selecting appropriate texts. This program explores whole-class demonstrations and individual conferences. Program 3: Whole-Class Mini-Lessons Students need a variety of demonstrations in whole-class settings to help them as readers and writers of nonfiction. This segment highlights how to gather information and work with persuasive texts. Program 4: Completing the Jigsaw: Read-Alouds, Visual Literacy, and Responses This program explores other ways to increase the presence of nonfiction in the classroom. See how to make the most of nonfiction read-alouds and notice how much information Tony and the first graders find in a simple homemade calendar. Through their responses to nonfiction - whether dressing up as an ant or reading a recipe and baking. Books Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Organization & Management of Education Time For Nonfiction~~Book~~9781571104663~~Tony Stead Journey with Tony Stead as he explores many amazing ways to make nonfiction reading and writing come alive in the classroom. This four-part video set takes you inside two classrooms at The Manhattan New School where Tony works with first-grade teacher Lauren Benjamin and third-grade teacher Lisa Elias Moynihan.Watch how literacy centers literally come alive in the classroom and see some of the original ways students respond to their nonfiction reading. Learn how to organize a nonfiction classroom library and to support children as they select appropriate texts. From learning about frogs, crows, and static electricity, to debating whether zoos should exist, you'll enjoy watching the whole-class mini-lessons that successfully integrate the content areas with language process. Program 1: Setting Up the Nonfiction Classroom In a nonfiction classroom, the teacher and the students need to establish the classroom library and give all learners the opportunity to engage with nonfiction as part of independent reading and literacy centers. Program 2: Helping Readers Select Texts: Mini-Lessons and Conferences If children are to be encouraged to actively select nonfiction as part of their reading lives, then they need support in selecting appropriate texts. This program explores whole-class demonstrations and individual conferences.Program 3: Whole-Class Mini-Lessons Students need a variety of demonstrations in whole-class settings to help them as readers and writers of nonfiction. This segment highlights how to gather information and work with persuasive texts.Program 4: Completing the Jigsaw: Read-Alouds, Visual Literacy, and Responses This program explores otherways to increase the presence of nonfiction in the classroom. See how to make the most of nonfiction read-alouds and notice how much information Tony and the first graders find in a simple homemade calendar. Through their responses to nonfiction -- whether dressing up as an ant or reading a recipe and baking a cake -- these first and third graders learn--and have a lot of fun--when nonfiction becomes a central part of the curriculum.

Neues Buch [GBR] Hive.co.uk
Versandkosten:zzgl. Versandkosten
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.

< zum Suchergebnis...
Details zum Buch
Time for Nonfiction (DVD)
Autor:

Stead, Tony

Titel:

Time for Nonfiction (DVD)

ISBN-Nummer:

1571104666

Journey with Tony Stead as he explores many amazing ways to make nonfiction reading and writing come alive in the classroom. This four-part video set takes you inside two classrooms at The Manhattan New School where Tony works with first-grade teacher Lauren Benjamin and third-grade teacher Lisa Elias Moynihan.Watch how literacy centers literally come alive in the classroom and see some of the original ways students respond to their nonfiction reading. Learn how to organize a nonfiction classroom library and to support children as they select appropriate texts. From learning about frogs, crows, and static electricity, to debating whether zoos should exist, you'll enjoy watching the whole-class mini-lessons that successfully integrate the content areas with language process. Program 1: Setting Up the Nonfiction Classroom In a nonfiction classroom, the teacher and the students need to establish the classroom library and give all learners the opportunity to engage with nonfiction as part of independent reading and literacy centers. Program 2: Helping Readers Select Texts: Mini-Lessons and Conferences If children are to be encouraged to actively select nonfiction as part of their reading lives, then they need support in selecting appropriate texts. This program explores whole-class demonstrations and individual conferences.Program 3: Whole-Class Mini-Lessons Students need a variety of demonstrations in whole-class settings to help them as readers and writers of nonfiction. This segment highlights how to gather information and work with persuasive texts.Program 4: Completing the Jigsaw: Read-Alouds, Visual Literacy, and Responses This program explores otherways to increase the presence of nonfiction in the classroom. See how to make the most of nonfiction read-alouds and notice how much information Tony and the first graders find in a simple homemade calendar. Through their responses to nonfiction -- whether dressing up as an ant or reading a recipe and baking a cake -- these first and third graders learn--and have a lot of fun--when nonfiction becomes a central part of the curriculum.

Detailangaben zum Buch - Time for Nonfiction (DVD)


EAN (ISBN-13): 9781571104663
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1571104666
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: STENHOUSE PUBL
Sprache: eng/Englisch

Buch in der Datenbank seit 01.09.2008 16:25:37
Buch zuletzt gefunden am 23.03.2015 18:29:21
ISBN/EAN: 1571104666

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
1-57110-466-6, 978-1-57110-466-3

< zum Suchergebnis...
< zum Archiv...
Benachbarte Bücher