- Author:Patricia M. Cunningham
- Publisher:Pearson; 1 edition (June 9, 2007)
- Pages:144 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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Beyond Retelling book. Their Thinking Theme lesson framework allows teachers to pose The Big Question and support students as they think about The Big Idea.
Beyond Retelling book. With the guidance of Pat and Deb, teachers will find their students will be able to formulate thoughtful answers to the big question and will move from proficiency to literacy achievement.
Описание: Powerful ideas from narrative therapy can teach us how to create new life stories and promote change. Описание: What happens to traditional stories when they are retold in another time and cultural context and for a different audience? This first-of-its-kind study discusses Bible stories, classical myths, heroic legends, Arthurian romances, Robin Hood lore, folk tales, 'oriental' tales, and other stories derived from European cultures.
Chapter One Why Higher Level Thinking? Chapter Two The Big Question, The Big Idea and Deep Thinking. Patricia M. Cunningham is a Professor of Education at Wake Forest University. Chapter Three A Sample Thinking Theme Lesson. Chapter Four Making the Concept of Theme Kid-Friendly. She has over 30 years of experience, taught in various elementary grades and remedial reading, and was a curriculum coordinator and director of reading. Her major professional goal is promoting literacy for all children and currently engages in Four-Blocks® workshops and staff development with educators. Debra Renner Smith is a reading and writing consultant.
Chapter One Why Higher Level Thinking?Chapter Two The Big Question, The Big Idea and Deep ThinkingChapter Three A Sample Thinking Theme . Responsibility: Patricia M. Cunningham, Debra Renner Smith.
the YearReferences Common Themes and Books that Support these ThemesSkeleton Charts and Checklists. Cunningham, Debra Renner Smith
Toward Higher Level Thinking and Big Ideas.
Toward Higher Level Thinking and Big Ideas. by Patricia M. Published May 30, 2007 by Allyn & Bacon.
Patricia Cunningham and Debra Renner Smith help close the literacy gap and achieve academic success for all students with Beyond Retelling: Toward Higher Level.
Cunningham, . Cunningham, P. Marr, and Smith, . Beyond Retelling:Toward higher level thinking and big ideas. The reading teacher’s book of lists. amp; Serravallo, J. (2007). Boston: Allyn & Bacon Daniels, H. & Harvey, S. (2009). Comprehension and collaboration: Inquiry circles in action. Conferring with Readers: Supporting each student’s growth and independence.
Patricia M. Cunningham and Debra Renner Smith. Saturday, November 13, 2010. Buzzy has one big problem and many small problems to solve. Page 4 Teaching Children to Write Responses about Character and Themes. This is an extension of the previous reading activity which allows the children to formulate opinion responses with the appropriate evidence and connection to the theme. Do you think Buzzy is a good problem solver? The teacher gives everyone thirty seconds to think about writing his/her response by clearly stating his/her opinion.
Patricia Cunningham and Debra Renner Smith help close the literacy gap and achieve academic success for all .
Beyond Retelling is a phenomenal book.
Why higher level thinking? The big question, the big idea and deep thinking A sample thinking theme lesson Making the concept of. .
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Toward Higher Level Thinking and Big Ideas!
To meet today’s educational demands, Patricia Cunningham and Debra Renner Smith present teachers with a framework based on years of reading research to help students attain higher level thinking skills and develop their ability to think critically about what they read. Their “Thinking Theme” lesson framework allows teachers to pose “The Big Question” and support students as they think about “The Big Idea.” With the guidance of Pat and Deb, teachers will find their students will be able to formulate thoughtful answers to the big question and will move from proficiency to literacy achievement.
Reviewers Can’t Put This Book Down!
“In an era of phonics-based instruction, especially for students in poverty and English Language Learners, it is refreshing to see a balanced view of what good reading instruction can look like…. Additionally, the lessons described in Beyond Retelling demonstrate that all students are capable of deep thinking about their reading…. Beyond Retelling is a phenomenal book.”
–Sheila Bostrom, Thomson Elementary, Brush, CO
“The authors have done an amazing job and have hit upon one of the biggest issues confronting teaching reading today. In a time when teachers are pressured to cover material at a lightening pace, higher level thinking skills are not being taught as they should. This book reminds us that we should be creating critical thinkers and lifelong learners…”
–Pam B. Cole, Department Chair, Kennesaw State University
This book will become a must-read for any teacher whose state requires students to be evaluated on the higher level thinking processes of synthesis, analysis, evaluation, or application as they move through elementary and middle school!