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Author: Alfred W TatumWalter Dean MyersGary SotoSusan Campbell BartolettiJohn A StokesAll authors
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Kit   Visual material : English
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"All adolescents struggle to define themselves as they question the world and their place in it. In the ID program, students use reading and writing workshops to discover their identities and mark their place in the world with their own voices and vision. The program's compelling texts and rigorous writing activities prepare students for the academic challenges ahead and inspire belief in their own possibilities by:
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Genre/Form: Kits
Material Type: Kit, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred W Tatum; Walter Dean Myers; Gary Soto; Susan Campbell Bartoletti; John A Stokes; Francisco X Stork; Sherman Alexie; Suzanne Collins; Tupac Shakur
ISBN: 9780545208543 0545208548 9780545208550 0545208556 9780545439299 0545439299 9780545208970 0545208971 9780545208574 0545208572 9780545208536 054520853X 9780545271783 0545271789 9780545285926 0545285925 9780439023528 0439023521 9780545274531 0545274532 9780545224147 0545224144 9780545174480 0545174481 9780545118798 0545118794 9780545230674 0545230675 9780439916257 0439916259
OCLC Number: 910560233
Target Audience: Grades 9-12.
Description: 1 kit
Contents: 1 professional guide (c2010. 176 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.) --
1 anthology (c2010. 205 pages ; 17 cm.) --
1 teacher resource CD[-ROM] (c2010) --
1 journal (c2010. 48 chiefly blank pages ; 23 cm.) --
1 folder --
8 YA trade paperbacks: [Bk. 1]. The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian / by Sherman Alexie (NY : Scholastic, c2006. [230] pages : black & white illustrations ; 20 cm.) ; [Bk. 2]. Accidental love / Gary Soto (NY : Scholastic, 2009, c2008. 179 pages ; 19 cm.) ; [Bk. 3]. Behind the eyes / Francisco X. Stork (NY : Scholastic, c2006. 246 pages ; 20 cm.) ; [Bk. 4]. The boy who dared / Susan Campbell Bartoletti (NY :Scholastic, 2008. 202 pages ; 19 cm.) ; [Bk. 5]. The Hunger Games / Suzanne Collins (NY : Scholastic, 2009, c2008. 374 pages ; 21 cm.) ; [Bk. 6]. Selected poems from The rose that grew from concrete / Tupac Amar Shakur (NY : Scholastic, c1999. [127] pages : black & white illustrations, portraits ; 19 cm.). ; [Bk. 7]. Students on strike : Jim Crow, civil rights, Brown, and me : a memoir / by John A. Stokes ((NY : Scholastic, c2008. 179 pages, [2] pages of plates : black & white illustrations ; 19 cm.) ; [Bk. 8]. Sunrise over Fallujah / Walter Dean Myers (NY : Scholastic, c2006. 190, [20] pages 1 map, 1 portrait ; 18 cm.) --
[Bk. 9]. Fearless voices : engaging a new generation of African American adolescent male writers / Alfred W. Tatum (NY : Scholastic, c2013. 176 pages : black & white illustrations ; 23 cm.).
Responsibility: [developed by Alfred W. Tatum].

Abstract:

"All adolescents struggle to define themselves as they question the world and their place in it. In the ID program, students use reading and writing workshops to discover their identities and mark their place in the world with their own voices and vision. The program's compelling texts and rigorous writing activities prepare students for the academic challenges ahead and inspire belief in their own possibilities by: Engaging readers ; Empowering writers ; Improving ELA skills and achievement."--Website.

"Based on a collaborative model and classroom experience, ID workshops approach literacy development as a rich, dynamic collaboration between teachers and students. A simple resource with a profound promise, the ID Literacy Collaborative follows three principles: 1. Students work with enabling texts ; 2. Students use writing as a mode of social action ; 3. Students use four foundational platforms to help define themselves."--Website.

"In keeping with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), ID workshops marshal the full strength of rich language -- reading, writing, speaking and listening -- and include a wide range of literate activity required by CCSS: Write in three modes: Arguments to support claims, Explanatory texts to convey information, and Narratives to describe events ; Produce clear, organized writing appropriate to task, purpose and audience ; Assess how point of view shapes the content and style of a text ; Analyze the cumulative impact of word choices on meaning and tone ; Demonstrate increasing sophistication in all aspects of language use ; Use a full spectrum of research skills."--Website.

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