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The texts in elementary classrooms

The texts in elementary classrooms

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Published by L. Erlbaum Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reading (Primary),
  • Reading (Elementary),
  • Education, Primary -- Curricula,
  • Education, Elementary -- Curricula,
  • Children -- Books and reading

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    Statementedited by James V. Hoffman, Diane L. Schallert
    ContributionsHoffman, James V, Schallert, Diane L
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1525 .T45 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 255 p. :
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17130428M
    ISBN 100805843884, 0805843892
    LC Control Number2003056140


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Book Description. This CIERA sponsored book is based on the premise that high-quality texts of all kinds are essential to good teaching in elementary classrooms. Experts on a variety of text-related topics were asked to summarize existing research and then apply it to literacy development in an "ideal" classroom.

'The Texts in Elementary Classrooms' spotlights the essential role texts play in children's literacy development. This book provides vreadth and depth to issues surrounding texts, allowing readers to focus on aspects of texts that support, rather than hinder, students' orchestration of reading and creation of butes to the field in its ability to make implicit aspects of text Author: James V.

Hoffman. Get this from a library. The texts in elementary classrooms. [James V Hoffman; Diane L Schallert;] -- "This CIERA-sponsored book is based on the premise that high-quality texts of all kinds are essential to good teaching in elementary classrooms.

" 'The Texts in Elementary Classrooms' spotlights the essential role texts play in children's literacy development. This book provides vreadth and depth to issues surrounding texts, allowing readers to focus on aspects of texts that support, rather than hinder, students' orchestration of reading and creation of butes to the field in its ability to make implicit aspects of text Manufacturer: Routledge.

This CIERA sponsored book is based on the premise that high-quality texts of all kinds are essential to good teaching in elementary classrooms. Experts on a variety of text-related topics were asked to summarize existing research and then apply it to literacy development in an "ideal" : Taylor And Francis.

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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 September Cited by: 1. This CIERA sponsored book is based on the premise that high-quality texts of all kinds are essential to good teaching in elementary classrooms. Experts on a variety of text-related topics were asked to summarize existing research and then apply it to literacy development in an "ideal" classroom.

The Texts in Elementary Classrooms book. The Texts in Elementary Classrooms. DOI link for The Texts in Elementary Classrooms. The Texts in Elementary Classrooms book This chapter concerns nonfiction texts for young readers.

In the sections that follow, we begin by addressing some preliminaries: (a) should we even be talking about nonfiction Cited by: 6. Download Citation | On Mar 1,Denise N. Morgan and others published Book Review: The Texts in Elementary Classrooms | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Get this from a library. The texts in elementary classrooms. [James V Hoffman; Diane L Schallert;] -- This volume explores a variety of topics, including: texts in the teaching and learning of reading; word identification and text characteristics; choosing fiction to support young children's literacy.

Students in classrooms across the United States are a reflection of the diverse people, perspectives, histories, and values in our society. Yet if we were to take an inventory of classroom texts, curricula, and literacy materials across classrooms settings, we’d find that these instructional materials do not reflect the diversity of our students, let alone the diversity of our Author: Natasha Thornton.

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Each book has a desire for all children to learn and play, and to be accepted for themselves as other children are. Book Review: The Texts in Elementary Classrooms. of thought, that inform the texts of the discipline.

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Experts on a variety of text-related topics were asked to summarize existing research and then apply it. Incorporating LGBTQ+ Students and Texts in Your Classroom Millie Davis Instruction Intellectual Freedom Professional Concerns Reading Writing GLSEN just came out with its 10th National School Climate Survey measuring the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth in our nation’s schools.

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CLOSE READING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Douglas Fisher Nancy Frey With some modifications, close reading is an instructional approach that can be added to the repertories of elementary school teachers. T he adoption of the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts has focused teachers on the practice of close, analytic reading.

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Search and filter our collection by lexile, grade, theme, genre, literary device, or common core standard. Abstract. The Texts in Elementary Classrooms spotlights the essential role texts play in chil-dren’s literacy development.

Although the teacher plays the central role in what and how students learn, appropriate text selection aids teachers in their support of children’s growth as readers.

classrooms, so what’s an educator to do. Where can you find the informational texts that are being required with increased rigor?” CCSS Anchor Standard 10 “Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.” (NGA & CCSSO, a, p.

10) Appendix B (text exemplars) is a sample, not a shopping Size: KB. A teacher's critical literacy read-aloud. This section outlines steps in planning and implementing read alouds with critical literacy literature, using Danielle's description of an actual read-aloud she planned around a children's book, The Other read-aloud took place in.

A simple tutorial for elementary English students, to help identify and practise common strategies for reading different kinds of texts such as scanning, skimming and reading for detail. Part of a free series of online lessons for teaching and learning English to adult ESOL learners and general English students.

Qualitative research, such as that conducted in the classrooms described above, shows that elementary children are capable of producing multimodal texts. However, because multimodal writing requires writers to create and coordinate different media, teachers may need to provide a high level of support to ensure children’s : Vicki McQuitty.

Because I support teachers who work at urban public schools in Los Angeles, a relevant resource I found to share with teachers is the publication, LA Youth.

Archived on the site are countless narratives, persuasive essays, letters, and poems written by teenagers living in metropolitan areas of LA. The more students can relate to the voice and Author: Rebecca Alber.

A text set is a group of texts that share a common theme. Text sets are common in elementary school classrooms, and they can also be a great resource in middle school classrooms—across the content areas. Text sets allow students to explore different aspects of a topic through texts that differ in ways such as genre, format, and complexity.

It strives to generate knowledge and deeper understandings of the pedagogical implications for working with LGBT-themed texts in classrooms across grade levels.

The contributions in this book offer explicit implications for pedagogical practice, considering literature for children and young adults, and work in elementary school, high school. There are 2 pages with mistakes in My English Book and Me: Elementary 2 Homebook.

We apologize. The mistakes will be corrected in the reprint. Wordless Picture Books for Upper Elementary Classrooms. I may be compensated at no cost to you. Wordless books are an underused resource in upper elementary classrooms. There are so many ways to use them with your students to teach a variety of skills, from making predictions, to story elements, to writing dialogue.

The book ends.The book's title suggests a full discussion of the topics that elementary education pre-service teachers would need to know and teach, but this book is very lacking in the topics required for this.

I selected this book to review because I teach classes that would use the textbook, but I would not use this textbook as is.4/5(11).texts in elementary classrooms, some of those read-alouds are of informational texts (although, as Maloch & Bomer,note not e, veryone is using the term in the same way).

While the decision to incorporate more infor-mational texts into elementary classrooms appears to be settled a, nd teacher read-alouds offer potential for scaffoldingFile Size: 1MB.