Building a Writing Community

ISBN-10: 0929895134
ISBN-13: 9780929895130
Edition: 2003 (Teachers Edition, Instructors Manual, etc.)
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Book details

List price: $23.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Maupin House Publishing
Publication date: 1/1/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 252
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

Marcia Sheehan Freeman is an internationally-recognized writing education consultant and author, whose professional books and CraftPlus writing program assist districts across the nation in implementing K-8 writing instruction programs. She is also a writing and science consultant for educational publishers. The Cornell University graduate began her career as a high school science teacher before "moving up" to the elementary classroom.

Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
What is the Writing Process?
What is Writing Content?
Structure and Choice
How to Use This Book
Lessons
Imitation and Need
What Works
Time And Materials
Reproducibles
The Writing Process Classroom
The Environment
Time for Daily Writing
Workshop Materials and Procedures
Content: Genres, Composing Skills, and Conventions
Grade Appropriate Target Skills
Teaching the Target Skill Concept
Lesson Models
The Vocabulary of Writers
Self-Evaluation Procedures
Efficient Record Keeping
Parent Education
Management Techniques
Books About the Writing Craft
Prewriting
Expectations
Strategies For Choosing Topics
Opportunity to Think and Talk About Topics
Planning Techniques
Drafting
From Graphic Planner to Drafts
Skipping Lines
First-Draft Practices
Great Beginnings and Great Endings
Expanding and Developing ideas
No Copying Drafts
Response
Author's Chair
Peer Conferences
Homework Response
Self-Response
Student-Teacher Conferences
Revision
Remembering Responses
Managing the Manuscript
Kinds of Revision
Editing
Standards
Editing Someone Else's Writing
Editing By Ear
Editing Dialogue
Getting Rid of Repetitious Words
Spelling
Publishing
Kinds of Publishing
When and How Often to Publish
Editing Standards
Typing and Printing Considerations
Educating Readers of Hand-Published Books
Writing Content
A General Outline of the Genre Characteristics
Composing Skills
Conventions (See Chapter VII, Editing)
Descriptive Writing
Narrative Writing
Personal Narrative
Informational Narrative
Fiction
Expository Writing
Topic Sources: Personal Exposition
Gathering Information
Choice of Presentation Form
Time to Talk
Organization
Topic Sentences and Supporting Details
Beginnings
Endings
Unity Through Transitions
Persuasive Writing
Organization
Audience
Arguments
Techniques
Poetry
Receiving Poetry
Poetry Instruction
Literary Devices
Evaluation, Assessment, and Portfolios
Assessing Individual Papers
Evaluating Writing Process Progress
Evaluating Content Achievement
Writing Assessment Tests
Assessing Student Manuscripts
Student Self-Evaluation
Portfolios
Meeting Common Challenges
Appendix
Reproducibles
About the Author
Scope and Sequence Fold-Out Chart

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