Elementary-school students need to learn to write explanatory/informational, argument, and narrative text types and respond to literature, both for standardized tests and, more importantly, real-world writing. With a balanced literacy approach, Wolfe provides core instruction, teaching strategies, and mini-lessons on these text types, each of which can be delivered across content areas or as a complete unit of instruction. Mini-lessons are provided for grades 3-5 and include materials lists, overviews, planning tips, procedures (including modeling, guided practice, and independent practice opportunities), reading connections, formative assessments, and reproducible graphic organizers for scaffolding. Prerequisite skill overviews and rubrics both analytic for formative assessments and holistic for summative assessments are also provided for each unit to simplify your teaching and ensure student success.qIntegrating Reading Comprehension Into the Writing Process, Grades 3-5 Hillary Wolfe ... of the services they provide; cats also can be helpful. Each of these reasons could easily become main supporting ideas, giving the student a viable outline for an essay. ... A narrative essay may ask students to discuss, reveal, share, or examine and will usually involve personal feelings. Unless students have beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing Strategies for the Common Core|
|Publisher||:||Capstone - 2015-06-23|