Emily Rodgers and Gay Su Pinnell provide insights into the complexity of providing effective professional development for literacy educators and the challenges of bringing about fundamental change to literacy instruction.As an alternative to process-oriented drama, Dave suggested that we plan for the students to create products, such as student scripts and ... response to the literature being read: Adrian: You know we could have them write a diary account of the death of Beowulf. ... Specifically, he would consider units he was developing for teaching plays, storytelling, and resume writing and ask what I could do to haveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Learning from Teaching in Literacy Education|
|Author||:||Emily M. Rodgers, Gay Su Pinnell|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann Educational Books - 2002|