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Writing for a Change Boosting Literacy and Learning Through Social Action

ISBN-10: 0787986577
ISBN-13: 9780787986575
Edition: 2006
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Book details

List price: $25.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/25/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682

An inspiring guide to teaching writing effectively in schools This book offers teachers an instructional model for generating real-world problem solving and writing practice. The book features stories by teachers who have successfully used these strategies and includes various ways of using the model across grade levels and content areas. The National Writing Project is the premier program for the improvement of writing in America.

Foreword, Richard Sterling
Sponsors
Preface
Editors and Contributors
Exploring Student-Driven Learning and Literacy Through Social Action
Social Action in Practice
Power Play
Lending Student Voice to Curriculum Planning
The Story of the Youth Dreamers: In Their Own Words<c>Mildred Harris</c><f>Harris, Mildred</f>
Reflections on the Youth Dreamers 3
Community Action in a Summer Writing Institute
Changing Our World
Poetry and Power in the Creative Writing Workshop
Shall We Dance?
The March on
Social Action and Parent Involvement
Getting Started with Social Action
Learning from Social Action: Reflections on Teaching and Social Action
Principles for Practice: What Is Social Action?
Recommendations for the Classroom: Before You Start
Stuff You Can Try: Activities for Social Action
Metro Map
Naming the Group
Community Vocabulary
Devising the Vision
How We Behave in Groups
Movie Poster
Four Faces
But Why?Codes
Changing Your Mind
Sculpts
The Three C's.SWOT
Ideal Specimen
Force Field Analysis
Worst Nightmare.Now/Soon/Later
The Swimming Pool
Messages
References
Resources for Further Reading
Index

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