Independent Writing: One Teacher---Thirty-Two Needs, Topics, and Plans M. Colleen Cruz

ISBN: 9780325005409

Published: February 18th 2004

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208 pages


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Independent Writing: One Teacher---Thirty-Two Needs, Topics, and Plans  by  M. Colleen Cruz

Independent Writing: One Teacher---Thirty-Two Needs, Topics, and Plans by M. Colleen Cruz
February 18th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 208 pages | ISBN: 9780325005409 | 3.51 Mb

There is a truth, and an irony, in this - that writing is a supreme act of independence and yet most writing programs foster inherently dependent behaviors. But no more. Colleen Cruz knows that its possible to teach and fully support a wholeMoreThere is a truth, and an irony, in this - that writing is a supreme act of independence and yet most writing programs foster inherently dependent behaviors. But no more. Colleen Cruz knows that its possible to teach and fully support a whole classroom full of independent writers.

And you can do this with each young writer no matter the genre, the topic, or the stage of the writing process. With Independent Writing, she takes you inside her classroom and documents a full school year of writing instruction with plentiful student examples, teachers notes, practical advice, and attention to writing standards.Cruz offers a variety of methods not only to get students writing independently, but to get them producing work that both reflects their own interests and displays their skills.

Look inside for: step-by-step instructions in the use of mentor texts - published pieces of writing used to inform students own work in progress ways to turn notebooks into authentic working documents by referring to writing notebooks of professional writers examples for changing the classroom into a writing colony full of writers who can be a resource to each other suggestions for dealing with trouble, maintaining quality of work, and moving forward easy-to-follow charts for organizing minilessons, addressing problems, and making modifications for students needing additional support.

Children can make or write anything they want, says Cruz, and they can do it independently if they are shown how. Find out how in this practical book. And make each of your students a lifelong writer.



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