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Reading with writing in mind : a guide for middle and high school educators

Author: Nancy Charron; Marilyn Fenton; Margaret Harris
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
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Good writing begins with good reading. This book is written on the premise that students must embrace reading as a part of the full process of good writing. It may be used by classroom teachers (Grades 6-12) individually or collectively as members of a professional learning community, by pre-service teachers in a literacy course, or by other educators working to support literacy in the classroom. Interdisciplinary  Read more...
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Charron, Nancy, 1949-
Reading with writing in mind.
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
(DLC) 2017055518
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Charron; Marilyn Fenton; Margaret Harris
ISBN: 9781475840056 1475840055 9781475840049 1475840047
OCLC Number: 1012494120
Description: xiii, 126 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Reading to Improve Student Writing: Take Time to Notice--Looking and Learning --
Take Time to Notice--An Artist's Choices --
Take Time to Notice--Comparison of Two Works of Art --
Noticing the Writer's Choices--Reading Poems --
Noticing the Writer's Choices--Reading Fiction --
Noticing the Writer's Choices--Reading Nonfiction --
Determining Connotation vs. Denotation--Taking the Temperature of Words --
Identifying Three Kinds of Questions --
Using the I-Search Paper --
Reading and Writing in the Content Areas: Using the SOAPSTone Strategy --
Role-playing --
Using Primary Documents --
Using Letters, Diaries, and Other Primary Sources --
Applying the Concept of Essential Questions in Content Areas --
Implementing Socratic Seminars --
Reviewing the Textbook --
Journaling --
Authentic Content Area Writing --
Focus and Logic through the Essay: How Meaning is Constructed in E.B. White's "Once More to the Lake" --
Form Supports Meaning --
Conversion of a Narrative to an Essay --
Finding Significance in Literature --
Brainstorming in Response to Essential Questions --
Reading for Persuasive Writing: The Argument: Checklist for Close-Reading --
The Face-Off --
The Scaffolded Oral Presentation --
A Panel Discussion --
Staging the Trial --
Defending Preference --
Write by Reading Poetry: Less is More --
"Found" Poetry --
From Prose to Poetry --
Playing with Meter --
Learning from e.e. cummings --
Poems Using Metaphor --
Letter Poem --
History and Poetry --
Songs as Poetry --
Inference --
Providing Literacy to All Students --
Reading and Reflecting on One's Own Writing --
Closing the Literacy Loop.
Responsibility: Nancy Charron, Marilyn Fenton, Margaret Harris.

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