Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing

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Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing

Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing

  • Author: Constance Weaver,Jonathan Bush
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • ISBN: 9780325007588
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 299
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Provides teaching ideas and lessons plans for teachers on grammar instruction for middle and secondary school students to improve their writing skills.

Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context

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Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context

Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 323
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This book features eighteen articles addressing issues such as: how language is learned, and teaching grammar through writing, across the grades.

The Grammar Plan Book

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The Grammar Plan Book

The Grammar Plan Book

A Guide to Smart Teaching

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
  • ISBN: 9780325010434
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 153
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A complete planning tool, The Grammar Plan Book has two complementary parts. Part one describes an overarching framework for high-quality grammar instruction in conjunction with the process of writing Then in part two, Weaver presents an exceptional tool for preparing to teach grammar related to improving writing: a minimal grammar handbook for teachers that doubles as a lesson planner. Everything you need to know to teach major grammatical options, stylistic features, and conventions is included Then in part two, Weaver presents an exceptional tool for preparing to teach grammar related to improving writing: a minimal grammar handbook for teachers that doubles as a lesson planner. Everything you need to know to teach major grammatical options, stylistic features, and conventions is included

Teaching Grammar in Context

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Teaching Grammar in Context

Teaching Grammar in Context

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Boynton/Cook
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 288
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Weaver extends her philosophy by offering teachers a rationale and practical ideas for teaching grammar not in isolation but in the context of writing.

Issues in Applying SLA Theories toward Reflective and Effective Teaching

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Issues in Applying SLA Theories toward Reflective and Effective Teaching

Issues in Applying SLA Theories toward Reflective and Effective Teaching

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: BRILL
  • ISBN: 9004380884
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 228
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"A reflective teacher as a growth-minded person seeks opportunities to continue professional development. Reflection not only ignites a teacher's desire for improvement, but also inspires continuous learning. Through accurate grasp of self-assessment, confidence, self-appraisal, a reflective practitioner can plant the seeds of effective teaching. This book aims to guide EFL teachers to teach language reflectively and effectively. It includes two parts, the first focuses on the SLA theories and their impact on language teaching and the second centers on the reflective and effective teaching of language components and skills. The editors hope this book could contribute to those who wish to become effective teachers since this results in nurturing learners' cravings to learn in a safe and supportive environment"--

Tools, Not Rules Teaching Grammar in the Writing Classroom

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Tools, Not Rules Teaching Grammar in the Writing Classroom

Tools, Not Rules Teaching Grammar in the Writing Classroom

  • Author: Tommy Thomason,Geoff Ward
  • Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
  • ISBN: 1609110951
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 140
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If you want to start an argument in a teachers' lounge, bring up the topic of how best to teach grammar. There is a wide spectrum of opinion. Traditionalists claim that we must explicitly teach grammar. Students drill the basics and diagram sentences. Sometimes their study and drills take the place of writing, but these teachers claim that good writing demands good grammar. At the opposite end of the spectrum are teachers who claim that the best way to learn grammar is to write, thereby being forced to use grammar in writing and editing. They reason that students will learn grammar in the context of actually using it, without all the drills and worksheets. They trust the writing process to instill an appreciation for grammar, instead of actually teaching it. Teachers on the write-to-learn-grammar side claim that students who are only taught grammar rules might pass tests, but since they didn't learn in the context of writing, they typically don't apply the rules when they write. Grammar traditionalists say students in writing classes never learn grammar at all, because it is not explicitly taught. In Tools, Not Rules, authors Tommy Thomason and Geoff Ward take the middle-ground position that grammar should be taught as part of the writing process. Tommy Thomason is a veteran journalist and university journalism professor at TCU. Geoff Ward is a well-known Australian professor and associate dean from James Cook University in Townsville. Both have written several books and work extensively with American teachers. Publisher's website: http: //www.eloquentbooks.com/ ToolsNotRules-TeachingGrammarInTheWritingClassroom.htm

Grammar Matters

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Grammar Matters

Grammar Matters

Lessons, Tips, and Conversations Using Mentor Texts, K-6

  • Author: Lynne R. Dorfman,Diane Dougherty
  • Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
  • ISBN: 1571109919
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 336
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If you are a teacher of grades K-6, you might be asking, "Shoud I teach grammar in my class on a daily basis? How would I go about doing this? And how can I teach grammar so it isn't boring to my kids?" In Grammar Matters, Lynne Dofman and Diane Dougherty answer these questions and more. Using mentor texts as the cornerstone for how best to teach grammar, this book provides teachers with almost everything they need to get kids not only engaged but excited about learning grammar. Divided into four parts--Narrative Writing, Informational Writing, Opinion Writing, and Grammar Conversations--this hand reference provides practical teaching tips, assessment ideas, grammar definitions, and specific mentor texts to help students learn about parts of speech, idoms, usage issues, and punctuation. Through "Your Turn Lessons," conversations, conferences, and drafting, revising, and editing exercies, students will learn not only specific concepts but also how to reflect upon and transfer what they have learned to other writing tasks, no matter the subject. The "Treasure Chest of Children's Books" provides an extensive list of both fiction and nonfiction books that fit naturally into grammar instruction. Eight appendices provide even more resources, including information on homophones, using mentor texts to teach grammar and conventions, checklists, comma rules, help for ELL students, and a glossary of ramar terms. Grammar Matters links instruction to the Common Core State Standards and features quality, classroom-tested tools that help teachers provide their students with the gifts of grammar and literacy.

Reading Process and Practice

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Reading Process and Practice

Reading Process and Practice

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 429
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Weaver incorporates especially timely information-accurate data, informed critique, and results of often-ignored research-to help teachers counteract government and corporate intrusion into classrooms.

Reading Process

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Reading Process

Reading Process

Brief Edition of Reading Process and Practice

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
  • ISBN: 9780325028439
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 279
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Still authoritative. Still definitive. Now focused on the reading process. The Brief Edition of Constance Weaver's classic Reading Process & Practice begins with the seemingly simple question "What is reading, anyway? What is the essence of the reading process itself?" With so many competing, often antithetical interpretations, teachers need an answer they can trust and put to use. Connie Weaver knows the research and her book is designed to help teachers develop their own research-based definition of reading. Written in clear, concise language, Reading Process, Brief Edition, is still comprehensive. It takes the chapters from the third edition of Reading Process & Practice that explore the reading process, miscue analysis, and supporting struggling readers, combining them with features ideal for preservice, post-graduate, and in-service learning: a new introduction that succinctly discusses of the implementation and fallout from Reading First, the National Reading Panel report, and DIBELS definitions, concepts, interactive activities, and examples that make the research accessible a model of reading that synthesizes reading research from several perspectives while emphasizing insights from sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic research a companion website (www.heinemann.com/weaver) with printable forms for miscue analysis and case studies of readers across the grades a new, detailed, interactive study guide, perfect for study by individuals, reading groups, and whole classes. To answer "What is reading?" we must examine how readers interact with texts in normal settings. To learn what this research says, we can trust Connie Weaver and Reading Process, Brief Edition. It remains the essential guide for teachers who want an understanding of reading around which they can build effective practices.

Psycholinguistics and Reading

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Psycholinguistics and Reading

Psycholinguistics and Reading

From Process to Practice

  • Author: Constance Weaver
  • Publisher: Little Brown & Company
  • ISBN: 9780316926867
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 350
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