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Using Literature To Enhance Writing Instruction: A Guide For K-5 Teachers

Using Literature To Enhance Writing Instruction

You might want to read Using Literature To Enhance Writing Instruction: A Guide For K-5 Teachers a remarkable book by Rebecca Olness. Written by Rebecca Olness and the publisher is International Reading Association. This book became available sometime in 2004. The book is 216 pages long and it has drawings. The book furthermore accentuates Reading. The book is 8.74" Height x 0.56" Length x 7.03" Width. It weighs just about 0.89 lbs, add to cart by clicking the link below.

International Reading Association


ISBN: 0872075605
Author: Rebecca Olness

With the strong emphasis on reading proficiency, many teachers are struggling to include writing instruction in their K-5 literacy programs. This book shows teachers the best way to make essentially the most from the reading-writing connection by producing use of children's literature to boost their students' writing. Author Rebecca Olness presents six traits that characterize successful writing: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions. You'll learn how to use these six traits - depending on the Six-Trait Analytical Writing Model initially used to assess writing - to teach writing. The chapters describe the six traits and present ideas and strategies for helping students

The chapters also offer assessments, sample lesson plans, and annotated bibliographies of children's literature to guide your instruction. As you teach your college students to recognize the six traits inside the children's literature they read, you'll support them infuse the traits into their own writing. Use this book to immerse your students in reading and writing and, ultimately, help them become greater writers.



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