9780325002095

Interactive Writing

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  • ISBN13:

    9780325002095

  • ISBN10:

    0325002096

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-10-14
  • Publisher: INGRAM

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Summary

Interactive Writing is specifically focused on the early phases of writing, and has special relevance to prekindergarten, kindergarten, grade 1 and 2 teachers.

Author Biography

ANDREA MCCARRIER is the director of field-based literacy projects at The Ohio State University. Formerly a classroom teacher and research associate, she has been involved in implementing intensive long-term professional development programs in elementary schools throughout the country. She has conducted research on interactive writing, childrens literature, and language learning in kindergarten classrooms, and is the author of articles and chapters on early literacy.GAY SU PINNELL is a professor in the School of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University. She has extensive experience in classroom teaching and field-based research, and in developing comprehensive approaches to literacy education. She has received the International Reading Associations Albert J. Harris Award for research and the Charles A. Dana Foundation Award for her contributions to the field of education. She is also a member of the Reading Hall of Fame.IRENE C. FOUNTAS, a professor in the School of Education at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been a classroom teacher, language arts specialist, and consultant in school districts across the nation and abroad. She works extensively in the literacy education field and directs the Literacy Collaborative in the School of Education at Lesley University.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi
Introduction xv
Section 1: Learning To Write In A Quality Literacy Program 1(66)
What Is Interactive Writing?
3(13)
Language and Literacy Learning: The Role of Interactive Writing
16(17)
Organizing Space and Materials to Support Interactive Writing
33(17)
Getting Started with Interactive Writing
50(17)
Section 2: Sharing The Pen With Young Writers 67(54)
Essential Elements of Interactive Writing
69(14)
Learning About the Writing Process: Composing a Text
83(15)
Constructing a Text: Learning About Letters and How Print Works
98(11)
Constructing a Text: Learning How Words Work
109(12)
Section 3: Young Writers Engage In Literacy 121(46)
Exploring and Extending the Meaning of Literature
123(15)
Learning About Expository Text Through Interactive Writing
138(13)
Using Expository Writing as a Tool for Inquiry
151(16)
Section 4: Young Writers Engage In The Literacy Journey 167(54)
Knowing Your Learners: The Foundation for Effective Teaching
169(19)
Making Decisions for Effective Teaching
188(15)
Adjusting Interactive Writing as Writers Change Over Time
203(18)
Section 5: The Foundations of Effective Writing Practice 221(16)
Why Interactive Writing Helps Children Learn Literacy
223(14)
Final Thoughts: Language and Literacy: How It All Comes Together 237(48)
Appendixes
1. Easel Specifications
241(2)
2. Children's Literature
243(26)
Concept Books
243(1)
ABC Books
243(1)
Color
244(1)
Counting Books
244(1)
Miscellaneous Concept Books
245(1)
The Rhythm of Language
245(1)
Songs and Rhymes
245(1)
Poetry
246(1)
Predictable Patterns
246(1)
Cumulative Tales
247(1)
Folk Tales
247(1)
Cinederella
247(1)
Gingerbread Boy
247(1)
Little Red Hen
247(1)
Little Red Riding Hood
247(1)
The Three Bears
247(1)
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
248(1)
The Three Little Pigs
248(1)
Town Mouse and Country Mouse
248(1)
Modern Folktale Style
248(1)
Other Tales Too Good to Miss
249(1)
Theme Collections
249(1)
Alaska: Learning About Alaska
249(1)
Butterflies
249(1)
Change
250(1)
Seasons
250(1)
Changes: Rural to Urban
251(1)
Grow, Grow, Grow! Eat, Eat, Eat!
251(1)
Habitats
252(1)
Relationships and Family
253(1)
Spiders, Bugs, and Other Things That Creep and Crawl
254(1)
Trips and Journeys
255(1)
Turtles, Frogs, Toads, and Where They Live
255(1)
Miscellaneous
256(13)
3. Self-Assessment Rubric for Interactive Writing
269(4)
4. Analysis of Writing
273(1)
5. Murals
274(11)
Three Billy Goats Gruff
275(1)
La Granja
276(1)
Pancakes! Pancakes!
277(1)
Character Web from Goldilocks
278(1)
Giant Carrot
279(1)
The Hat
280(1)
Our Map
281(1)
Rain
282(1)
Butterfly Cycle
283(2)
Bibliography 285(4)
Index 289

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