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Reading Essentials

Reading Essentials Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 UVA:X004664501
Release 2003
Pages 288
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Recommended by the Ontario Ministry Of Education Grades K-8 With all the controversy and confusion over "best practice" issues in teaching reading, Regie Routman steps in: giving clarity, support, specific demonstrations, and confidence to teachers so they can teach reading in a manner that is consistent with research and learning theory and respectful of students' needs, interests, and abilities. In Reading Essentials, she realistically describes how to achieve these goals. Readers will discover research-based strategies, immediately doable ideas, and detailed lessons. Topics include: teaching much more, more effectively and joyfully, in less time applying an optimal learning model to teaching reducing isolated skills work maximizing whole-class teaching working with struggling readers connecting reading with writing organizing a terrific classroom library and reading area monitoring and evaluating students as readers integrating assessment and testing into daily teaching teaching comprehension sensibly and effectively applying shared reading across the grades and curriculum planning guided reading in meaningful, manageable ways knowing how and when to question research and programs ensuring reading competence and confidence for every child Also available by Regie Routman: Writing Essentials / 0325006016 / 2004 / 304 pp. + DVD / Grades K-8 Conversations / 032500109X / 2000 / 896 pp. / Grades K-8



Reading Essentials The Specifics You Need to Teach Reading Well

Reading Essentials  The Specifics You Need to Teach Reading Well Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 1417624469
Release 2002-10-01
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In this easy-to-read and research-based text, Regie Routman provides clarity, support, specific demonstrations, and confidence to teachers so they can teach reading well and get high test scores too - regardless of the reading program they use. Detailed lessons, immediately doable ideas, teaching tips, and lots of practical suggestions make this an essential text for excellent and enjoyable teaching and learning.



Writing Essentials

Writing Essentials Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 0325006016
Release 2005
Pages 350
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Accompanying DVD includes videos of the author working with student writers.



Teaching Essentials

Teaching Essentials Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 0325010811
Release 2008
Pages 142
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What makes a teacher outstanding? More than anything, it's a way of being with kids in the classroom that lets them know they're smart and capable of high achievement. When you combine this mind-set with effective instruction, teaching and learning are transformed. In Teaching Essentials, Regie Routman gives us as much of a blueprint for achieving this powerful, responsive teaching as we're ever going to get. Drawing on her extensive work with students who have excelled against great odds, Regie shares the principles and practices that help all students and teachers reach their full potential. Teaching Essentials shows teachers and principals how to build an efficient and joyful practice by: setting lessons and activities in a meaningful context using an Optimal Learning Model to organize teaching and gradually release responsibility to students demonstrating reading, writing, and thinking for students so they have explicit models to follow articulating high expectations for every student, including ELLs and struggling learners, and ensuring that they meet them embedding assessment into all aspects of instruction and planning employing the reading-writing connection to improve comprehension motivating writers by always writing for real audiences and purposes implementing a schoolwide coaching model for higher achievement and a more fulfilling collaboration with colleagues. A companion website, www.regieroutman.com, provides additional information, including a downloadable, easy-to-use study guide to promote professional conversations and video clips of Regie teaching so you can view and review the language and routines behind engaging, responsive instruction and learning. The Teaching Essentials book and website are ideal for individual, whole school, and districtwide professional development.



Literacy Essentials

Literacy Essentials Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 9781625310378
Release 2018-01-02
Pages 482
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First edition published: Newark, Delaware: International Reading Association, 2012, under title Literacy and learning lessons from a longtime teacher.



Read Write Lead

Read  Write  Lead Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 9781416618737
Release 2014-06-17
Pages 356
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Literacy is a skill for all time, for all people. It is an integral part of our lives, whether we are students or adult professionals. Giving all educators the breadth of knowledge and practical tools that help students strengthen their literacy skills is the focus of Read, Write, Lead. Drawing on her experience as a mentor teacher, reading specialist, instructional coach, and staff developer, author Regie Routman offers time-tested advice on how to develop a schoolwide learning culture that leads to more effective reading and writing across the curriculum. She explains how every school—including yours—can: implement instructional practices that lead to better engagement and achievement in reading and writing for all students, from kindergarten through high school, including second-language and struggling learners; build Professional Literacy Communities of educators working together to create sustainable school change through professional learning based on shared beliefs; reduce the need for intervention through daily practices that ensure success, even for our most vulnerable learners; and embed the language of productive feedback in responsive instruction, conferences, and observations in order to accelerate learning for students, teachers, and leaders. In their own voices, teachers, principals, literacy specialists, and students offer real-life examples of changes that led to dramatic improvement in literacy skills and—perhaps just as important--increased joy in teaching and learning. Scattered throughout the book are “Quick Wins”--ideas and actions that can yield positive, affirming results while tackling the tough work of long-term change.



Literacy and Learning Lessons From a Longtime Teacher

Literacy and Learning Lessons From a Longtime Teacher Author Regie Routman
ISBN-10 9780872074798
Release 2012-08-15
Pages 184
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What are the exemplary qualities, practices, and actions that lead to high reading and writing achievement for all learners? Veteran teacher, leader, and author Regie Routman has here written a practical and inspirational guidebook for today's K-12 educators.



Educating Second Language Children

Educating Second Language Children Author Fred Genesee
ISBN-10 9780521457972
Release 1994-03-25
Pages 365
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This text brings together the work of 15 elementary education experts who support an integrative approach to educating second language children. The paperback edition is a collection of articles from fourteen elementary education experts who espouse an integrative approach to second language education - one that goes beyond language teaching methodology - to cover a wide range of issues affecting the academic and social success of language minority children. The volume deals not only with second language development, but with the development of the whole child. Rather than focusing on language instruction, it addresses the entire curriculum, and instead of restricting itself to classroom learning, it examines the role of the school, family, and community.



The Principal as Instructional Leader in Literacy

The Principal as Instructional Leader in Literacy Author Ontario Principals' Council,
ISBN-10 9781452293813
Release 2008-12-17
Pages 160
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Based on a balanced literacy approach, this practical guide supports principals and school leaders in improving literacy instruction and increasing achievement for K–12 students.



Comprehension

Comprehension Author Gretchen Owocki
ISBN-10 0325005761
Release 2003
Pages 176
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An expert in the ways young children develop literacy, Gretchen Owocki offers primary teachers just what they need for effective reading comprehension instruction.



Child Development and Education

Child Development and Education Author Teresa M. McDevitt
ISBN-10 9781442564114
Release 2012-08-21
Pages 713
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Child Development and Education is a comprehensive child development text written especially for educators. It helps students to translate developmental theories into practical implications for teaching and caring for youngsters with diverse backgrounds, characteristics and needs. The text draws from innumerable theoretical concepts, research studies conducted around the world and the authors’ own experiences as parents, teachers, psychologists and researchers to identify strategies for promoting young people’s physical, cognitive and social–emotional growth. In this Australian edition, contemporary Australian and New Zealand research has been highlighted, and local educational structures, philosophies and controversies have been reflected.



Whole to Part Phonics

Whole to Part Phonics Author Henrietta Dombey
ISBN-10 UVA:X006006432
Release 1998
Pages 44
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Researchers have discovered that traditional phonics, with its emphasis on letters, sounds, and words, ignores the complexity of children's natural learning processes, including children's inclination to focus first on the text, then on whole words, and then on their constituent parts. Whole-to-part phonics offers a concise, accessible introduction to this research and proven strategies for translating it into effective classroom practice. The contributors to Whole-to-part phonics recognize that children need to understand letter-sound relationships in order to become independent and fluent readers. But, they argue, this knowledge is of little value unless children learn how to use it in context. Accordingly, the authors maintain that children's encounters with print lay the groundwork for effective phonics learning. By drawing on children's wider experience and their preferred modes of learning, whole-to-part phonics enables students to focus on the construction of meaning rather than the decoding of text.



Making Believe on Paper

Making Believe on Paper Author Ted DeMille
ISBN-10 0325017484
Release 2008
Pages 152
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Making Believe on Paper presents primary-grade educators with the opportunity to learn from an extraordinary classroom teacher about how and why to invite and invest in make-believe. - Nancie Atwell Author of In the Middle Little kids delight in telling tall tales - of talking animals, princesses, or good triumphing over evil. Can you turn their enthusiasm for fiction into high-quality writing instruction? Absolutely, says Ted DeMille - and he has the classroom processes and student writing samples to back it up. In Making Believe on Paper, Ted shows what a magical and instructive first writing experience fiction can be for primary-aged children. Making Believe on Paper presents hands-on strategies and the tools you'll need to help young children create fully formed, beautifully illustrated, and powerful pieces of fiction. With Ted's help, you'll guide students from inspiration to finished pieces as you: develop children's knowledge of fiction's components through author study and read-alouds use drawing to shape students' ideas, then help them make the transition to writing encourage high-quality writing through mentor texts give kids a chance to put it all together by writing fairy tales. You'll cherish Making Believe on Paper for its charm, gentle wit, and effective teaching. You'll appreciate how children's innate creativity can nudge them toward independence. You'll see a roadmap for the amazing progress young writers can make through student samples both in the book and in full color on its accompanying website. In short, you'll turn to Making Believe on Paper time and again for ideas and strategies that work. Let students' wonderful stories inspire you. Read Making Believe on Paper and trust Ted DeMille to help you turn students' excitement for telling tales into engaging, lasting writing instruction.



Teaching Phonics Today

Teaching Phonics Today Author Dorothy S. Strickland
ISBN-10 9780872078277
Release 2011-01-13
Pages 112
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Leading literacy expert Dorothy Strickland shows you how phonics instruction has evolved over the years—and guides you toward making phonics a key component of your students’ reading development with Practical ideas for integrating phonics, word study, and conventional spelling in your classroom Proven strategies for differentiating instruction to prevent reading difficulties, specifically with English language learners New ways to support children who struggle with reading beyond the early grades Realistic suggestions for curriculum development, assessment, and articulating the phonics program to parents and the community “Ideas to Think and Talk About,” designed for use by both pre- and inservice teachers, to extend personal learning Written as a primer for educators, Teaching Phonics Today is just as appropriate in a teacher education course as it is for a book study group, offering a contemporary look at phonics instruction, updated terminology and research, and instructional implications in light of current education initiatives.



Kidwatching

Kidwatching Author Gretchen Owocki
ISBN-10 0325004617
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 132
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By observing and recording children's literacy development, teachers also develop new understandings of the ways children think and learn. Ultimately, through kidwatching, teachers plan curriculum and instruction that are tailored to individual strengths and needs. Gretchen Owocki and Yetta Goodman have written a book that will serve as a professional development tool as well as a kidwatching handbook.



Family Literacy

Family Literacy Author Denny Taylor
ISBN-10 0325000743
Release 1998
Pages 132
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Family Literacy presents the stories of six families, each having a child considered by the parents to be a successful reader and writer.



Language Arts

Language Arts Author Marjorie R. Hancock
ISBN-10 0132775352
Release 2011-03
Pages 517
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