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EDUC 355 Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum: Research and Teaching Resources
This resource, revised according to the 6th edition, second printing of the APA manual, offers examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page. For more information, please consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition, second printing.
An interview is not considered recoverable data, so no reference to this is provided in the reference list. You may, however, cite the interview within the text as a personal communication. Click on the link to view an example of how to cite an interview in your paper.
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Types and purposes of writing. A developmental approach to teaching narrative composition / Anne McKeough -- Best practices in teaching argumentative writing / Ralph P. Ferretti and William E. Lewis -- Best practices in teaching informative writing from sources / Geroge E. Newell, Jennifer VanDerHeide, and Melissa Wilson -- Best practices in writing to learn / Perry D. Klein and Amy Meichi Yu
Offers teaching strategies and resources to instruct sixth- through twelfth-graders on how to prepare and write strong arguments and evaluate the arguments of others, providing step-by-step guidance on arguments of fact, judgment, and policy, and including advice to help students understand how judgments get made in the real world, how to develop and support criteria for an argument, and related topics.
On writing in science / by Sandra K. Abell -- Science the "write" way: nonfiction writing activities help students learn science / by Valarie L. Akerson and Terrell A. Young -- Unlocking reading comprehension with key science inquiry skills / by Roxanne Greitz Miller -- 14 writing strategies / by Thomas Turner and Amy Broemmel -- This isn't English class!: using writing as an assessment tool in science / by Michael Rockow -- Making thinking visible: a method to encourage science writing in upper elementary grades / by Roxanne Greitz Miller and Robert C. Calfee -- Writing to learn / by Brian Hand, Vaughan Prain, and Keith Vance -- Helping students write about science without plagiarizing / by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen -- Learning to write and writing to learn in science: refutational texts and analytical rubrics / by Amy Singletary and Victor Sampson
"A guide for teaching all your students the skills they need to be successful writers The 25 mini-lessons provided in this book are designed to develop students' self-regulated writing behaviors and enhance their self-perceived writing abilities. These foundational writing strategies are applicable and adaptable to all primary students: emergent, advanced, English Language Learners, and struggling writers. Following the SCAMPER (Screen and assess, Confer, Assemble materials, Model, Practice, Execute, Reflect) mini-lesson model devised by the authors, the activities show teachers how to scaffold the writing strategies that students need in order to take control of their independent writing. ” Reveals helpful writing strategies, including making associations, planning, visualizing, accessing cues, using mnemonics, and more ” Offers ideas for helping students revise, check, and monitor their writing assignments ” Explains the author's proven SCAMPER model that is appropriate for students in grades K-3 Let Richards and Lassonde--two experts in the field of childhood education--guide you through these proven strategies for enhancing young children's writing skills"-- Provided by publisher.
Donna Hooker Topping and Roberta McManus help you support struggling middle school students with page after page of immediately useful, ready-for-differentiation teaching. These strategies work by making the process of content-area literacy transparent and repeatable. Without interrupting the flow of instruction, these strategies help adolescents: not only read texts but understand them too; make crucial subject-area vocabulary stick; grapple with themes, ideas, and content through writing; find ways into content that fit individual learning styles. --Publisher's description.
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