Teaching Writing: A Workshop Approach

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Scholastic Inc., 1993 - Education - 112 pages
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Start a writing workshop with this step-by-step, day-by-day demonstration. Includes proven teaching strategies, a complete management system, models, and reproducible forms and checklists. For use with Grades 2-6.
 

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Adele Fiderer has extensive experience as a classroom teacher and language arts staff developer. Currently, she is an education writer, and is the author of several Scholastic Teaching Resources, including the popular 25 Mini-Lessons for Teaching Writing and Practical Assessments for Literature-Based Reading Classrooms. Adele also serves as a consultant for several school districts in New York, presenting workshops and inservice courses. The best rewards of her work, she says, are the wonderful ideas and insights she collects from experienced and generous teachers to share with others through her books.

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