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The literacy workshop : where reading and writing converge

Walther, Maria P

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개인저자Walther, Maria P.
Biggs-Tucker, Karen.
서명/저자사항The literacy workshop: where reading and writing converge/ Maria Walther and Karen Biggs-Tucker.
발행사항Portsmouth, New Hampshire : Stenhouse Publishers, 2020.
형태사항xviii, 285 p. : col.ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN9781625311962 (pbk.)
1625311966 (pbk.)
서지주기Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명Language arts (Elementary)
Literacy.
Project method in teaching.
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You've heard it said many times; reading and writing go hand in hand. It's true. But how do you meaningfully connect the two in everyday classroom practice? Taking cues from their students, two season...

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You've heard it said many times; reading and writing go hand in hand. It's true. But how do you meaningfully connect the two in everyday classroom practice? Taking cues from their students, two seasoned teachers will share what they've learned from occasionally converging their separate reading and writing workshops into one literacy workshop.

In this forward-thinking book, Maria Walther and Karen Biggs-Tucker will help you save valuable classroom time while empowering students to uncover exciting connections in their learning-leading to stronger, more motivated readers and writers.

The Literacy Workshop is a first-of-its-kind resource that offers a practical process for creating an integrated literacy workshop using demonstration lessons that align with current curriculum standards. By weaving together the common threads of literacy learning, you can increase the time your students spend engaged in authentic reading and writing.

Inside you'll find the following:

- a clear, succinct explanation of the structure of the literacy workshop, how to get started, and how to determine when it's best to merge the two workshops into one

- 50 demonstration lessons, appropriate for both primary and intermediate grades using strategies that incorporate elements from recommended fiction and nonfiction anchor texts

- substantial, printable resources and tools to help make this instructional shift as smooth as possible

From the big picture to the helpful details, The Literacy Workshop will be your guide as you blur the lines between your workshops-creating space for students to apply their learning and practice the habits, behaviors, and actions of literate, engaged citizens.

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Acknowledgements xii

Online Resources Access Information xvii

Preview: Shifting Perspectives 1

Part I Exploring the Landscape of Literacy Workshop 5

Chapter 1 Framing the Literacy Workshop...

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Acknowledgements xii

Online Resources Access Information xvii

Preview: Shifting Perspectives 1

Part I Exploring the Landscape of Literacy Workshop 5

Chapter 1 Framing the Literacy Workshop 7

The View from Here: Literacy Workshop in a Primary-Grade Classroom 7

The View from Here: Literacy Workshop in an Intermediate-Grade Classroom 8

Reading and Writing: Complementary Colors 10

Reflect on the Foundation: Pondering a New View 16

Chapter 2 Planning for Literacy Workshop-Behind the Scenes 19

Reflect on Teaching: Planning from a Literacy Workshop Mindset 19

Reflect on Students: Noticing the Cues That Lead to Literacy Workshop 21

In the Background: The Workshop Approach to Teaching 23

In the Background: The Support and Send Out Model of Instruction 25

Find a Middle Ground: Using Teacher Actions to Structure Literacy Workshop 26

In the Foreground: Literacy Workshop Planning Template 37

The View from Here: Components and Structure in a Primary-Grade Classroom 40

The View from Here: Components and Structure in an Intermediate-Grade Classroom 42

Reflect on Planning: Pondering a New View 44

Chapter 3 Launching the Literacy Workshop-Developing a Purposeful and Joyful Learning Community 47

Establish the Purpose of Literacy Workshop 47

Scan the Stacks: Selecting Children''s Literature for Literacy Workshop 48

Create a Shared Definition of Literacy Workshop 52

Demonstrate and Practice Learner Actions 57

Build on Learners'' Routines from Reading and Writing Workshops 59

Reflect on Instruction: Pondering a New View 70

Chapter 4 Fostering Independence and Engagement during Literacy Workshop 73

A Sense of Purpose: The Key to Independence and Engagement 73

The View from Here: Independence and Engagement in a Primary-Grade Classroom 98

The View from Here: Independence and Engagement in an Intermediate-Grade Classroom 99

Reflect on Independence and Engagement: Pondering a New View 100

Part II Zooming In-Literacy Workshop Demonstration Lessons 103

Chapter 5 Demonstration Lessons-Launching Literacy Workshop 104

Common Threads Big Ideas for Launching Literacy Workshop 104

Big Idea: Interest 105

Big Idea: Persistence 111

Big Idea: Choice 117

Big Idea: Challenge 123

Big Idea: Self-Awareness 129

Big Idea: Collaboration 135

Chapter 6 Demonstration Lessons-Fostering Independence and Engagement 142

Common Threads Big Ideas for Fostering Independence and Engagement 142

Big Idea: Question 143

Big Idea: Plan 151

Big Idea: Investigate 159

Big Idea: Innovate 165

Chapter 7 Demonstration Lessons-Teaching Integrated Literacy Strategies 170

Common Threads Big Ideas for Teaching Integrated Literacy Strategies 170

Big Idea: Ideas (Schema) 171

Big Idea: Relationships (Connections) 179

Big Idea: Focus (Determining Importance) 185

Big Idea: Imagination (Visualization) 193

Chapter 8 Demonstration Lessons-Teaching the Elements of Fiction 198

Common Threads Big Ideas for Teaching the Elements of Fiction 198

Big Idea: Character/Person 199

Big Idea: Structure 205

Big Idea: Theme 211

Big Idea: Style 217

Chapter 9 Demonstration Lessons-Teaching the Elements of Nonfiction 226

Common Threads Big Ideas for Teaching the Elements of Nonfiction 226

Big Idea: Topic 227

Big Idea: Structure 235

Big Idea: Author''s Purpose 245

Big Idea: Style 253

Professional Bibliography 259

Children''s Literature Bibliography 265

Index 273

Credits 283

저자소개

Maria Walther, who earned a doctorate in elementary education from Northern Illinois University, taught first grade for 34 years. Along with teaching young learners, Maria inspires her colleagues through engaging professional learning experiences. The ideas she shares reflect her continued commitment to teaching, researching, writing, and collaborating. What teachers appreciate most about Maria is her enthusiasm for teaching and her realistic approach toward classroom instruction. Maria was honored as Illinois Reading Educator of the Year, earned the ICARE for Reading Award for fostering the love of reading in children, and was named The Outstanding Literacy Alumni by Department of Literacy Education at Northern Illinois University. The award that Maria cherishes the most is The Most Influential Educator given by one of her former first-grade students who is now one of her colleagues.
Maria is a prolific professional writer. She strives to create practical resources for busy teachers. Her best-selling book, The Ramped-Up Read Aloud, promotes joyful read aloud experiences. Her latest book, The Literacy Workshop: Where Reading and Writing Converge, was written with Karen Biggs-Tucker. Maria is also the co-author of Scholastic's Next Step Guided Reading Assessment with Jan Richardson. Learn more her books at mariawalther.com and follow her on Twitter @mariapwalther.
 
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