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Language Arts : Patterns of Practice,9780131597891

Language Arts : Patterns of Practice

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9780131597891

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0131597892
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Pub. Date:
1/9/2008
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Pearson
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Summary

Language Arts: Patterns of Practicehas long been a highly valued resource to pre- & in service teachers. Built on a solid research base, this exceptionally applied and teacher-friendly book addresses all six language arts, modeling their integration into the curriculum through authentic student artifacts, classroom vignettes, and footage of master teachers in their language arts classrooms. Rich classroom orientation, accessible writing style, and numerous features that have been the book's hallmark continue in this edition, with an added sharpened focus on English Learners and deepened classroom application of the four patterns of practice. Preservice & Elementary school educators

Author Biography

Gail Tompkins   I’m a teacher, first and foremost.  I began my career as a first-grade teacher in Virginia in the 1970s.  I remember one first grader who cried as the first day of school was ending.  When I tried to comfort him, he sobbed accusingly, “I came to first grade to learn to read and write and you forgot to teach me.”  The next day, I taught that child and his classmates to read and write! We made a small patterned book about one of the stuffed animals in the classroom.  I wrote some of the words and the students supplied the others, and I duplicated copies of the book for each child.  We practiced reading it until everyone memorized our little book.  The children proudly took their books home to read to their parents. I’ve never forgotten that child’s comment and what it taught me:  Teachers must understand their students and meet their expectations.

            My first few years of teaching left me with more questions than answers, and I wanted to become a more effective teacher so I started taking graduate courses.  In time I earned a master’s degree and then a doctorate in Reading/Language Arts, both from Virginia Tech.  Through my graduate studies, I learned a lot of answers, but more importantly, I learned to keep on asking questions.

            Then I began teaching at the university level.  First I taught at Miami University in Ohio, then at the University of Oklahoma, and finally at California State University, Fresno. I’ve taught preservice teachers and practicing teachers working on master’s degrees, and I’ve directed doctoral dissertations. I’ve received awards for my teaching, including the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching at California State University, Fresno, and I was inducted into the California Reading Association’s Reading Hall of Fame. Throughout the years, my students have taught me as much as I taught them.  I’m grateful to all of them for what I’ve learned.

            I’ve been writing college textbooks for more than 20 years, and I think of the books I write as teaching, too.  I’ll be teaching you as you read this text.  As I write a book, I try to anticipate the questions you might ask and provide that information.  I also include students’ samples so you can see concepts that I’m explaining, and I include lists of trade books that you can refer to as you work with students.

            When I’m not teaching, I like to make quilts, and piecing together a quilt is a lot like planning effective language arts instruction.   Instead of using pieces of cloth, teachers use the patterns of practice and other instructional procedures described in this text to design instruction for the diverse students in today’s classrooms.  That’s why I like to use quilts on the cover of Language Arts.  I want to thank quilter Cher Cartwright and illustrator Linda Bronson for their superb artistic contributions.  You’ll see their art on the cover and inside this book.

 

Table of Contents

Learning and the Language Arts
Teaching and Assessing Language Arts
The Reading and Writing Processes
Emerging into Literacy
Looking Closely at Words
Personal Writing
Listening to Learn
Sustaining Talk in the Classroom
Reading and Writing Stories
Reading and Writing Information
Reading and Writing Poetry
Learning to Spell Conventionally
Language Tools: Grammar and Handwriting
Putting it All Together
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