Interactions: Teaching Writing and the Language Arts

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Houghton Mifflin, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 519 pages
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This book provides detailed instruction on teaching writing within total language arts programs in K–8 classrooms. The text presents in-depth methodologies for learning to write, including the interactions of reading, spelling, vocabulary instruction, and other language arts.

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Leif Fearn discovered writing in his third decade and started learning how to teach it, by observing what he and other writers were doing, in his fourth. He teaches young writers in K-12 schools and also at San Diego State University.

Nancy Farnan teaches at San Diego State University and is committed to working with preservice and inservice teachers and their students to ensure that all children have an opportunity to join the ranks of the most literate individuals on the face of the earth. She has a background as a middle and secondary English teacher and Reading Specialist, teaching in the Midwest and California.

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