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Talk That Teaches : Using Strategic Talk to Help Students Achieve the Common Core.

Author: Jeanne R Paratore; Dana A Robertson
Publisher: New York : Guilford Publications, 2013.
Series: Teaching practices that work.
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Featuring vivid examples and lesson plans, this book helps K-8 teachers reflect on and improve the ways talk is used in their classrooms. The authors explain the important role of skillful ""teacher talk"" in effective, motivating literacy instruction geared to the Common Core standards. Presented are clear-cut ways to help students set explicit goals for their learning; explain and model key strategies; and provide  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Paratore, Jeanne R.
Talk That Teaches : Using Strategic Talk to Help Students Achieve the Common Core.
New York : Guilford Publications, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeanne R Paratore; Dana A Robertson
ISBN: 9781462510535 1462510531
OCLC Number: 850080453
Description: 1 online resource (162 pages).
Contents: Cover; Half Title Page; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; About the Authors; Series Editors' Note; Introduction; Contents; Part One. Vocabulary Instruction: Talking the Talk!; Lesson 1. Directly Teaching Word Meanings; Lesson 2. Inferring Word Meaning through Context; Lesson 3. Using Morphemes to Understand Word Meanings; Part Two. Comprehension Instruction: Talking the Talk!; Lesson 4. Visualizing; Lesson 5. Making Inferences; Lesson 6. Determining What's Important; Lesson 7. Making Predictions; Lesson 8. Making Connections; Lesson 9. Summarizing; Lesson 10. Close Reading. Part Three. Writing Instruction: Talking the Talk!Lesson 11. Planning to Write an Argument; Lesson 12. Drafting a Research Report; Lesson 13. Writing to Learn; Appendix A. Lesson Template; Appendix B. Reflecting on Your Own Talk; Appendix C. Some Examples of Reflecting on Your Own Talk; Appendix D. Children's Literature That Supports Visualization; Appendix E. Children's Literature That Supports Making Inferences; References; Index.
Series Title: Teaching practices that work.

Abstract:

Featuring vivid examples and lesson plans, this book helps K-8 teachers reflect on and improve the ways talk is used in their classrooms. The authors explain the important role of skillful ""teacher talk"" in effective, motivating literacy instruction geared to the Common Core standards. Presented are clear-cut ways to help students set explicit goals for their learning; explain and model key strategies; and provide ongoing feedback. Over a dozen easy-to-implement lessons in vocabulary, comprehension, and writing are complete with how-to-do-it instructions, classroom vignettes, text sugge.
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