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eBook The Word-Conscious Classroom: Building the Vocabulary Readers and Writers Need ePub

by Judith Scott,Bonnie Skobel,Jan Wells

  • ISBN: 0439845661
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Judith Scott,Bonnie Skobel,Jan Wells
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Theory an; 60264th edition (March 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1988 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1801 kb
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The Word-Conscious Classroom. Building the Vocabulary Readers and Writers Need. 2 The Word-Conscious Classroom. had been a teacher and graduated with a Reading Specialist credential from the University of California at Davis. The Word-Conscious Classroom. Other core members of the group mentioned throughout the book were a band of exem-plary classroom teachers: Teresa Blackstone, Alan Jones, and Susie Cross.

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Want to guarantee that students are learning rich vocabulary all day, everyday—and, by doing this, improving their reading and writing? In this lively, research-based book, based on successful classroom practice, the authors offer dozens of strategies, mini-lessons, units , and activities that increase students' exposure to and appreciation of sophisticated language.

A sampling of the vocabulary-focused strategies and tools include:

• Using daily read alouds and think alouds during shared reading to gather powerful language from literature

• Organizing literature circles with one student serving as the “word hunter”

• Engaging in whole class and small group lively games such as gift of words bingo and ricochet

• Using mentor texts as models for writing class books

• Appointing all students to be “word catchers” and “word coaches” for each other

• Establishing a classroom community where it is considered normal to ask about word meanings and experimenting with language

• Collecting and displaying words in the “Bank of Powerful Language”

• Offering rubrics for word learning assessment

In addition, the authors offer lively ways to enhance word consciousness by linking reading and writing through step-by-step units on poetry, memoir, stories, and research writing. For use with Grades 4-8.