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by Hope Vestergaard
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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    Hope Vestergaard
  • ISBN:
    192961070X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1929610709
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Redleaf Press (September 1, 2005)
  • Pages:
    145 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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    1626 kb
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    1889 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    225
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The book gives you a great idea of how to start your own literacy web for your own book choices. I think the concept is wonderful and I whole-heartedly support using children's books as a focal point for cross-curricular webbing.

The book gives you a great idea of how to start your own literacy web for your own book choices. However, I was disappointed by the lack of examples in this book. As a teacher, I'm always hoping for concrete, usable ideas that I can put into play in my classroom right away.

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WEAVING THE LITERACY WEB: Creating Curriculum Around Books Children Love Redleaf Press ISBN: 978-19296107. Beginning with a great idea–book-based emergent curriculum–this book answers all possible questions about bringing your curriculum to life through webbing, choosing books, observing children’s interests and issues, staff development, parent communication, and documenting learning across curriculum areas.

the Literacy Web : Creating Curriculum Based on Books Children Love.

Weaving the Literacy Web : Creating Curriculum Based on Books Children Love.

When we combine Systems + Literacy, we repurpose compelling stories (including folktales, fables, picture books and chapter books) to introduce the key concepts of systems thinking. resources: Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis Strategies That Work: Teaching Comprehension to Enhance Understanding (2000) Hope Vestergaard, Weaving the Literacy Web: Creating Curriculum Based on Books Children Love (2005) Ellin Oliver Keene and Susan Zimmermanns Mosaic of Thought: Teaching Comprehension in a Readers Workshop (1997)1.

Weaving the Literacy Web provides a framework for developing engaging, developmentally appropriate curriculum in the preschool classroom through the use of books children love. Six chapters offer an introduction to book-based webbing and ideas for activity planning, as well as helpful tips for observing children’s interests and evaluating books for the classroom library. Library descriptions.

Vestergaard, HopePersonalBorn in New Orleans, LA; married; children: two sons. Education: Smith College, . psychology and geology; magna cum laude). AddressesHome and office-MI. Source for information on Vestergaard, Hope: Something About the Author dictionary.

From Goodnight Moon to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, books capture the attention and imagination of young children the way few other things can. Weaving the Literacy Web provides a framework for developing engaging, developmentally appropriate curriculum in the preschool classroom through the use of books children love. Six chapters offer an introduction to book-based webbing and ideas for activity planning, as well as helpful tips for observing children's interests and evaluating books for the classroom library.

Weaving The Literacy We.

From Goodnight Moon to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, books capture the attention and imagination of young children the way few other things can. Weaving the Literacy Web provides a framework for developing engaging, developmentally appropriate curriculum in the preschool classroom through the use of books children love. Six chapters offer an introduction to book-based webbing and ideas for activity planning, as well as helpful tips for observing children’s interests and evaluating books for the classroom library.


Samugor
The book gives you a great idea of how to start your own literacy web for your own book choices. I think the concept is wonderful and I whole-heartedly support using children's books as a focal point for cross-curricular webbing. However, I was disappointed by the lack of examples in this book. As a teacher, I'm always hoping for concrete, usable ideas that I can put into play in my classroom right away. I think it's important to "share the wealth" with one another and I felt a bit gipped here. I'd love to see her produce a book with more complete samples and lesson ideas. Otherwise, a great beginning resource and advocate of early childhood literacy.
Mr.Champions
I was disappointed in this book.
I expected the author to give curriculum based ideas for specific books, for example "Chica Chica Boom Boom"!
Instead it was curriculum based ideas for any book that you choose.
I can do that myself without purchasing the book!