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[EAN: 9780325001098], [PU: Heinemann], Education|Teaching Methods & Materials|General, Education|Testing & Measurement, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Teacher as Professional Teacher as Learner Teacher as Scholar Teacher as Mentor Teacher as Communicator Teacher as Leader Teacher as Political Activist Teacher as Researcher Teacher as Role Model for Kindness A Comprehensive Literacy Program What's Basic? What About Balance? Using Our Own Literacy to Inform Our Teaching My Assumptions and Beliefs About Learning Putting My Beliefs into Practice Basic Components of a Comprehensive Literacy Program Connecting Writing with Reading: Integrating Teaching Approaches Reading Aloud Communicating the Ongoing Value of Reading Aloud Reading Aloud as an Opportunity to Demonstrate and Value Reading Interactive Reading Aloud Opening Up the Possibilities for Who Reads Aloud Writing Aloud Shared Reading Benefits of Shared Reading Some Shared Reading Basics Shared Poetry Reading Shared Writing Shared Writing Contexts Examples of Shared Writing Lessons A Word About Interactive Writing Independent Reading Basic Principles for Independent Reading Reading for Pleasure Organizing for Independent Reading Matching Kids with Books Keeping a Reading Record Monitoring Reading Through Brief Interviews Book Talks Working Through Problems The Literature Program From Core to Anchor Books Problems with the Literature Program Anchor Books and Literature Units Reading the Literature Small-Group Reading Partner Reading Independent Reading Whole-Class Reading Reading Aloud Shared Reading Literature Response Evaluating Literature Extensions Effective Extensions Reading Response Logs Author/Illustrator Study Planning for Author/Illustrator Study Organizing the Literature Collection Working Out a Schoolwide Organization System Leveling Books Classroom Libraries Designing and Organizing the Classroom Library Book Circulation Final Reflections Continuing the Conversation Teaching Children to Read What's Gone Wrong in the Teaching of Reading? Methodology Is Secondary to the Informed Professional Teacher Becoming More Knowledgeable Knowing and Interpreting the Research Criteria for Evaluating Research Exercising Professional Judgment Knowing Significant Research Findings Phonemic Awareness and Phonics: What's Essential Beliefs and Practices Some Key Considerations in Determining Your Reading Program Choosing Materials for Teaching Reading Dealing with Terminology and Reading Stages The Interest Factor The Practice Factor The Critical Role of Writing in Learning to Read Observing and Evaluating Your Readers Incorporating Running Records and Miscue Analysis Tape-Recording Oral Reading Informal Reading Conferences Procedures for an Informal Reading Conference Working with Struggling Readers Use Appropriate Books Watch for Overattention to Decoding Teach Self-Monitoring Use Authentic Literature Promote Fluency Teaching for Strategies Promoting Strategic Behavior Word-Solving Strategies Text-Solving Strategies Knowing When We Understand Guided Reading Guided Reading in Kindergarten Organizing for Guided Reading Individualized Guided Reading Guided-Reading Groups: What to Teach Grouping for Guided Reading Guided Silent Reading: What Happens in a Group Lesson Framework for a Guided Silent-Reading Lesson Guided Reading: The Literacy Club in a First-Grade Classroom Management Techniques and Activities Procedures That Promote Effective Management Possible Activities The Well-Managed Classroom Final Reflections on Teaching Children to Read Continuing the Conversation Literature Conversations Why Literature Conversations? Making the Transition to Literature Conversations Understanding "Reader Response" Teachers as Readers

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[EAN: 9780325001098], Neubuch, [PU: Heinemann], Education|Teaching Methods & Materials|General, Education|Testing & Measurement, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Teacher as Professional Teacher as Learner Teacher as Scholar Teacher as Mentor Teacher as Communicator Teacher as Leader Teacher as Political Activist Teacher as Researcher Teacher as Role Model for Kindness A Comprehensive Literacy Program What's Basic? What About Balance? Using Our Own Literacy to Inform Our Teaching My Assumptions and Beliefs About Learning Putting My Beliefs into Practice Basic Components of a Comprehensive Literacy Program Connecting Writing with Reading: Integrating Teaching Approaches Reading Aloud Communicating the Ongoing Value of Reading Aloud Reading Aloud as an Opportunity to Demonstrate and Value Reading Interactive Reading Aloud Opening Up the Possibilities for Who Reads Aloud Writing Aloud Shared Reading Benefits of Shared Reading Some Shared Reading Basics Shared Poetry Reading Shared Writing Shared Writing Contexts Examples of Shared Writing Lessons A Word About Interactive Writing Independent Reading Basic Principles for Independent Reading Reading for Pleasure Organizing for Independent Reading Matching Kids with Books Keeping a Reading Record Monitoring Reading Through Brief Interviews Book Talks Working Through Problems The Literature Program From Core to Anchor Books Problems with the Literature Program Anchor Books and Literature Units Reading the Literature Small-Group Reading Partner Reading Independent Reading Whole-Class Reading Reading Aloud Shared Reading Literature Response Evaluating Literature Extensions Effective Extensions Reading Response Logs Author/Illustrator Study Planning for Author/Illustrator Study Organizing the Literature Collection Working Out a Schoolwide Organization System Leveling Books Classroom Libraries Designing and Organizing the Classroom Library Book Circulation Final Reflections Continuing the Conversation Teaching Children to Read What's Gone Wrong in the Teaching of Reading? Methodology Is Secondary to the Informed Professional Teacher Becoming More Knowledgeable Knowing and Interpreting the Research Criteria for Evaluating Research Exercising Professional Judgment Knowing Significant Research Findings Phonemic Awareness and Phonics: What's Essential Beliefs and Practices Some Key Considerations in Determining Your Reading Program Choosing Materials for Teaching Reading Dealing with Terminology and Reading Stages The Interest Factor The Practice Factor The Critical Role of Writing in Learning to Read Observing and Evaluating Your Readers Incorporating Running Records and Miscue Analysis Tape-Recording Oral Reading Informal Reading Conferences Procedures for an Informal Reading Conference Working with Struggling Readers Use Appropriate Books Watch for Overattention to Decoding Teach Self-Monitoring Use Authentic Literature Promote Fluency Teaching for Strategies Promoting Strategic Behavior Word-Solving Strategies Text-Solving Strategies Knowing When We Understand Guided Reading Guided Reading in Kindergarten Organizing for Guided Reading Individualized Guided Reading Guided-Reading Groups: What to Teach Grouping for Guided Reading Guided Silent Reading: What Happens in a Group Lesson Framework for a Guided Silent-Reading Lesson Guided Reading: The Literacy Club in a First-Grade Classroom Management Techniques and Activities Procedures That Promote Effective Management Possible Activities The Well-Managed Classroom Final Reflections on Teaching Children to Read Continuing the Conversation Literature Conversations Why Literature Conversations? Making the Transition to Literature Conversations Understanding "Reader Response" Teachers as Readers

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"Talking the process of change and teaching is a necessity for our intellectual and social well-being," says acclaimed author Regie Routman. Now, in this long-awaited volume, Routman continues the discussion she began in the best-selling "Invitations" and further explores the full universe of an effective language arts and literacy program across the curriculum. Filled with an array of field-tested teaching ideas, detailed strategies, reviews of theory, teacher-crafted lessons, and lists of resources, "Conversations" is all you need to become an informed, confident professional, sensitive to your students' needs and interests. What's more, it incorporates Routman's perspective on important topical issues such as curricular rigor, direct teaching, specific skills, and daily monitoring. "Conversations" is grounded in the belief that the connections, interactions, reflections, and new thinking that evolve from rich dialogue define what we know. It was written, in part, to spur teachers to challenge assumptions, clarify their own learning, and take the lead in their own professional development. While this is not a book about a particular methodology, Routman does explore current theory and practice, and supports her views with classroom-based and scientific research. The book is upbeat and practical; each chapter is self-contained and can be read in any order. As Routman shares her own experiences and resources - through narratives, anecdotes, step-by-step demonstrations, and examples of students' work - we may find ourselves questioning, modifying, validating, or changing our own practices. Most of all, we will find ourselves "talking." And here is where the conversation begins. Text chapters: 656pp - The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers: 240pp Conversations: Strategies for Teaching, Learning, and Evaluating Routman, Regie / Routman "Conversations" is grounded in the belief that the connections, interactions, reflections and new thinking that evolve from rich dialogue define what we know. It was written, in part, to spur teachers to challenge assumptions, clarify their own learning, and take the lead in their own professional development. While this is not a book about a particular methodology, Routman does explore current theory and practice, and supports her views with classroom-based and scientific research. The book is upbeat and practical; each chapter is self-contained and can be read in any order.

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"Talking the process of change and teaching is a necessity for our intellectual and social well-being," says acclaimed author Regie Routman. Now, in this long-awaited volume, Routman continues the discussion she began in the best-selling "Invitations" and further explores the full universe of an effective language arts and literacy program across the curriculum. Filled with an array of field-tested teaching ideas, detailed strategies, reviews of theory, teacher-crafted lessons, and lists of resources, "Conversations" is all you need to become an informed, confident professional, sensitive to your students' needs and interests. What's more, it incorporates Routman's perspective on important topical issues such as curricular rigor, direct teaching, specific skills, and daily monitoring. "Conversations" is grounded in the belief that the connections, interactions, reflections, and new thinking that evolve from rich dialogue define what we know. It was written, in part, to spur teachers to challenge assumptions, clarify their own learning, and take the lead in their own professional development. While this is not a book about a particular methodology, Routman does explore current theory and practice, and supports her views with classroom-based and scientific research. The book is upbeat and practical; each chapter is self-contained and can be read in any order. As Routman shares her own experiences and resources - through narratives, anecdotes, step-by-step demonstrations, and examples of students' work - we may find ourselves questioning, modifying, validating, or changing our own practices. Most of all, we will find ourselves "talking." And here is where the conversation begins. Text chapters: 656pp - The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers: 240pp Conversations: Strategies for Teaching, Learning, and Evaluating Routman, Regie / Routman, Heinemann Educational Books

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Conversations: Strategies for Teaching, Learning, and Evaluating
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Routman, Regie; Routman

Titel:

Conversations: Strategies for Teaching, Learning, and Evaluating

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032500109X

"Conversations" is grounded in the belief that the connections, interactions, reflections and new thinking that evolve from rich dialogue define what we know. It was written, in part, to spur teachers to challenge assumptions, clarify their own learning, and take the lead in their own professional development. While this is not a book about a particular methodology, Routman does explore current theory and practice, and supports her views with classroom-based and scientific research. The book is upbeat and practical; each chapter is self-contained and can be read in any order.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780325001098
ISBN (ISBN-10): 032500109X
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: HEINEMANN EDUC BOOKS
896 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,533 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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