In the Sixth Edition, Carole Cox tightens the framework of chapters, introduces new pedagogy, and prepares students to work within a student-and response-centered approach to literature-based teaching in today's culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Renowned for its authoritative, comprehensive coverage of the contemporary language arts classroom, the sixth edition of Teaching Language Arts provides a balance of student-centered and teacher-directed instruction that includes many examples from today's classrooms. The sixth edition stays on the cutting edge with new snapshots of real teachers that bring the content to life for students, and fresh, thought-provoking lesson plans and teaching ideas. In an eloquent and well-researched text that students and teachers find empowering, Carole Cox uses a strong theoretical base that covers content in a broad and in-depth manner and in a very engaging writing style.New in Chapter 2, Language Arts: Assessing and Differentiating Instruction, is how to differentiate instruction in diverse, ... Two instructional approaches to teaching with childrena#39;s books are described: (1) Literature Units, including core book, ... Practical strategies for assessing, sheltering, and differentiating instruction for ELLs and nonmainstream speakers are brought to ... Readers experience the teachera#39;s role directly when they visit both a kindergarten and a first-grade classroom inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Language Arts|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2008|