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eBook You Kan Red This!: Spelling and Punctuation for Whole Language Classrooms, K-6 ePub

by Sandra Wilde

  • ISBN: 0435085956
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Sandra Wilde
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann (December 2, 1991)
  • Pages: 220
  • ePub book: 1979 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1394 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 313

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You Kan Red This! book. Can Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process

You Kan Red This! book. Can Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process. You Kan Red This! is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these: How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books? How can I show that invented spelling works?

You Kan Red This! is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these: How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books? How can I show that.

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Spelling and Punctuation. AbeBooks offers millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books, as well as cheap textbooks from thousands of booksellers around the world.

Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process.

You Kan Red This!is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these: How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books? How can I show that.

You Kan Red This!is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these: How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books? How can I show that invented spelling works? When, if ever, should I tell kids how to spell words? Are there ways to focus on spelling and punctuation that won't be boring. more).

K-6. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. The purpose of this study was to examine the connections between the oral reading abilities and the spelling behaviors of third and fifth grade students

K-6. The purpose of this study was to examine the connections between the oral reading abilities and the spelling behaviors of third and fifth grade students. Seventy-two third graders and sixty fifth graders from two different schools (one urban and one suburban) were the subjects of the study. Each subject read a selection one level above his/her current grade placement, spelled the words on the appropriate grade level list of the Qualitative Inventory of Word Knowledge and took the appropriate level of the Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests.

Spelling in Context: Directions for Teaching and Learning. The World Book Student Dictionary (suitable for upper primary and elementary).

Auckland, NZ: Ashton Scholastic. Authorized Resources. Spelling in Context: Directions for Teaching and Learning. Distributed by World Book, Inc. 66.

Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process

Publication Date:December 1991. Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process. You Kan Red This! is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these: How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books?

Elementary school teachers have begun to rethink how children learn about spelling and punctuation and what the role of the school should be in that process. You Kan Red This! is a comprehensive handbook for K-6 teachers that answers questions like these:

How can I integrate spelling and punctuation into writing? How do I know if my students are learning and improving? Can (or should) I throw out the spelling books? How can I show that invented spelling works? When, if ever, should I tell kids how to spell words? Are there ways to focus on spelling and punctuation that won't be boring?

Comments

KiddenDan KiddenDan
"You Kan Red This!" was very helpful in helping me set up a whole language classroom for my 6th graders. It was an honors class, but that doesn't mean that spelling and punctuation came naturally or easily to all of them.
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Wilde's book is an excellent resource for teachers that are looking for a whole language approach for spelling and phonics. Being a teacher, we are constantly looking for new and inventive approaches in our classroom. Similarily, we all have issues with district curriculum, principals, colleagues, etc... that force us to adhere to "what everyone else is doing." Well, who says that everyone else is right or is knowledgable with the resources that are available? From this book, the reader is able to absorb opposing methods of giving the dreaded spelling test on Fridays. Wilde discusses different approaches in preparing our students for spelling and phonics. There are alternatives to those workbook pages. We want to remember that our students are our best resource and we need to fulfill the needs that they have. Wilde is able to give definitive ways to approach spelling. For example, we can allow students to choose their own spelling words based on their individual needs. We all know that spelling words in the workbooks are not based on individual needs. This is an issue that is addressed by Wilde. Spelling and punctuation, along with phonics, need to be taught within our classroom and across the curriculum, not in an isolated fashion. Students learn by actually doing the reading and writing--not by studying spelling words that they will probably never encounter again. Wilde suggests that approaches that are beneficial allow students to grow as readers and writers. Another professional book that is helpful is Bolton and Snowball's Teaching Spelling: A Practical Resource. Also, Lucy Calkins discusses spelling and techniques for teaching spelling in the book The Art of Teaching Writing.