Writing Reminders: Tools, Tips, and Techniques
Like Reading Reminders, its best-selling companion, Writing Reminders is designed to be read on the run-between periods, while planning, even while teaching-to make every minute count in your classroom, to help you work smarter and more effectively. And like Reading Reminders, it features Jim Burke's best techniques, this time for teaching writing, complete with tools and tips on how to implement them. Every reminder is a result of his daily effort to solve the problems he faces in his classroom. And each one shows how it is possible to teach all students, as long as they make a genuine effort, to write clear, cohesive prose.
Look at the table of contents and in thirty seconds get an idea that will help you. Each reminder clearly states a technique in its title and includes:
Regardless of the grade, the ability level, or even the subject you teach, you can find no better way to easily and quickly improve your writing instruction than to use Writing Reminders. And pair it with Reading Reminders for a complete reading and writing curriculum with ready-to-use techniques for effective teaching.
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Review: Writing Reminders: Tools, Tips, and TechniquesUser Review - Diana Pettis - Goodreads
5.28.12: Need to start this. Started to look at sections today definately has the feel of a more traditional text book. Hope I can find some useful information. Finished and talked about with the group at the Southern Maine Writing Project. Read full review
Review: Writing Reminders: Tools, Tips, and TechniquesUser Review - Carrie Edgell - Goodreads
No wonder I'm a former teacher and not a presently-employed teacher. These ideas should be the basis for all English Language Arts classes, but I don't believe I could fit all of these ideas into one solitary year. Read full review
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