The Blue Pages: Resources for Teachers from Invitations

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1994 - Reference - 256 pages
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Invitationshas encouraged thousands of K-12 educators to put whole language theory into practice. Now available separately, with over 65 percent new material, the section of Invitationsknown as The Blue Pageshas been updated, expanded, and revised to provide the most comprehensive annotatedteacher resources available in one place. It includes:
  • the latest and best children and young adult literature K-12, organized by grade level and indexed by title/author, author/title, and illustrator
  • supplemental literature lists, including titles for emergent readers
  • comprehensive listings of multicultural titles, including Latino, African American, Asian American, and Native American
  • professional texts
  • assessment and evaluation books and resources
  • spelling books and resources
  • journals, journal articles, and newsletters
  • literacy extension resources that support the integration of the language arts across the curriculum - in mathematics, science, and social studies
  • resources for author/illustrator studies and parent education/communication
  • extensive and practical appendixes for classroom use.
If you already own Invitations, update your copy with the expanded Blue Pages.

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Recommended Literature by Grade Level
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REGIE ROUTMAN is an internationally respected teacher and author who speaks at major educational conferences and conducts full day workshops for educators. Her current work and focus involves weeklong school residencies where she does daily demonstration teaching in classrooms, coaches teachers, and facilitates ongoing professional conversations. Currently, she lives in Seattle, WA. Regie's teaching experience of almost thirty-five years includes being a classroom teacher (for most of the elementary grades), a reading specialist, a learning disabilities tutor, a Reading Recovery teacher, a language arts resource and mentor teacher, and a staff developer. Her books are widely acclaimed as providing a solid, theory-based understanding of language learning along with a wealth of practical ideas and extensive, annotated resources. Because Regie writes in an honest, personal, and encouraging voice based on her daily experiences in classrooms, teachers find her books

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