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More Than 100 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy

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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Packed with stimulating activities and innovative strategies, this how-to book addresses all levels of learner-centered instruction and literacy. More Than 100 Ways to Learner-Centered Literacy provides a wealth of strategies that teachers can implement to design a literate environment, orchestrate student interactions, increase students' fluency and comprehension, and build the cognitive skills students will need for life-long learning. The revised edition:
Offers updated research
Addresses the current educational environment
Presents additional strategies and examples

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Publisher's Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction
Section 1. Designing a Literate Environment
Learning Language by Using It
#1 Labels, Labels, Everywhere
#2 Where in the Room Is It?
#3 Wordstrings
#4 String 'Em Up
#5 Hang-Ups
#6 Shoe Bag Classification
#7 Word Ribbons
#8 Class Mailbox
#9 Message Center
#10 Personal Word Banks
Building on Students' Experiences
#11 Classroom Libraries
#12 Mainly Menus
#13 Taking Off With Advertising Flyers
#14 Weekly Words
#15 The Living Bulletin Board
Establishing Literacy Work Stations
#16 Work Station Rules
#17 The Key to Knowledge
#18 Housekeeping
#19 Introducing the Writing Work Station
Section 2. Orchestrating Student Interaction
Buddy Studies: Learning in Pairs
#20 Turn to Your Neighbor and . . .
#21 Level of Learning Reading Partners
#22 Learning Partners
#23 Paired Verbal Fluency
#24 Learning Partner Biographies
#25 Summary Pairs
#26 The King and Queen of Questions
Structuring Small Groups
#27 Story Map Trios
#28 Get the Point
#29 Peer Revision: Learning Together
#30 Peer Editing: Sharing Glows and Grows
Reading Conference: Flexible Student Grouping
#31 Establishing the Climate
#32 Student Preparation
#33 Temperature Checking
#34 Developing the Format
#35 Flexible Groupings
#36 One-on-One
Section 3. Developing Fluent Comprehension
Developing Skills by Increasing Fluency
#37 Choosing and Using Predictable Text
#38 Innovations on Text
#39 Toot! Toot!
#40 Radio Reading
#41 Say It Like the Character
#42 Reader's Theater
#43 Partners Predict
#44 Opin
#45 Word Splash
#46 Say Something
Extending the Reading Experience
#47 Figures of Speech
#48 Create a Comic
#49 Finding Common Ground
Integrating Instruction
#50 Student-Selected Theme Topics
#51 Civic Projects
#52 Imagine If You Were ...
Section 4. Nurturing Lifelong Learners
Routines for Reading to, With, and by Children
#53 Read-Alouds
#54 Familiarity Breeds Confidence
#55 We Are Readers: A Class Record
#56 Sustained Silent Reading
#57 Guided Reading
Writing Centers: Reading/Writing Connection
#58 Readers/Writers Workshop
#59 Purposeful Tasks
#60 Published and Unpublished Work
#61 Paths to Publication
Building a Community of Learners
#62 Literature Clubs
#63 Join the Chorus
#64 Mine, Yours, and Ours
#65 Writing Autobiographies
Section 5. Assessing Student Growth
Kid-Watching in the Classroom
#66 Anecdotal Records
#67 A Nifty Notebook
#68 Sticky Helpers
#69 Individual Student Checklists
#70 Class Checklists
#71 Historical Checklists
#72 Interviews
#73 Open-Ended Questions
Student Portfolios
#74 Crate 'Em Up!
#75 Bulky Bundles
#76 Portfolio Contents
#78 Portfolio-Prompted Planning
#79 Entry Slips
#80 Autobiographies of Work
#81 Biographies of Work
Exhibitions and Performance Tasks
#81 Building in Authenticity
#82 Anchors and Archetypes
#83 Developing a Rubric
#84 Exciting Exhibitions
Section 6. Leading Learning-Focused Conversations: Strategies for Professional Development
Crafting the Container: Starting, Structuring, and Sustaining Thinking
#85 Simple Stem Completions
#86 T-chart Opposites
#87 3-2-1
#88 Mindful Memorandum
#89 Brainstorm and Pass
#90 Problem-Solving Partnerships
#91 Going Graphic
Learning-Focused Consultation
#92 An Idea Menu
#93 Make Your Thinking Transparent
#94 Patterned Response: What, Why, How
#95 The Big Idea
#96 Categorically Speaking
#97 Sharing Causal Theories
Inviting Thinking: A Sampler of Questions for Literacy Coaching
#98 Questions for Planning
#99 Questions for Reflecting
#100 Questions to Stimulate Discussion
#101 Metaphor and Invention
Resources
Index

Portrait

Laura Lipton is codirector of MiraVia, LLC, a publishing and development firm in Sherman, CT. Lipton is an international consultant whose writing, research, and seminars focus on effective and innovative instructional practices and building professional and organizational capacities for enhanced learning. She engages with schools and school districts, designing and conducting workshops on organizational development, learning-focused instruction, literacy development, and strategies to support beginning teachers. Lipton applies her extensive experience with adult learners to workshops and seminars conducted throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand on such topics as learning-focused relationships, data-driven dialogue, teacher leadership, action research, and learning-focused mentoring. She is the author and coauthor of numerous publications related to organizational and professional development, learning-focused schools, and literacy development.

Pressestimmen

"Gives lots of easy ways to incorporate literacy development into the classroom. The book's format makes it extremely easy to understand."
EAN: 9781412957830
ISBN: 1412957834
Untertitel: Empfohlen ab 0 Jahre. Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CORWIN PR INC
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2008
Seitenanzahl: 200 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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