Lessons from a child: on the teaching and learning of writing
Heinemann Educational Books, Jul 11, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 184 pages
A story of one child's growth in writing, Lessons from a Childexplains how teachers can work with children, helping them to teach themselves and each other. Matters of classroom management, methods for helping children to use the peer conference, and ways mini-lessons can extend children's understanding of good writing are all covered here. Most important, the sequences of writing development and growth are thoroughly discussed.
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Lessons From a Child is a non-fiction book that reads like a novel. If you have any interest whatsoever in writing (and not necessarily teaching writing), I'd wholeheartedly suggest this book. I lost track of how much of the book I underlined in hopes of incorporating the teaching methods spoken of into my own writing process. Though the book may seem like it'd be a little outdated (1983), it still fully applies to teaching and writing as it stands today! Not only inspiring, but a wonderful read that sucks you into the story line.
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This book is a really great resource to have in your classroom. It has a lot of great examples of effective ways to set up a writing program in your class.
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