- Author:Gail E. Tompkins
- Publisher:Prentice Hall; 6 edition (June 27, 2004)
- Pages:688 pages
- Subcategory:Home Improvement & Design
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Its strengthened focus on the needs of English learners. Everything you need to know to implement, adapt, and enrich each strategy is included in a consistent, easy-to-understand format.
See pg. 2, 102,156, & 200.
Gail E. Tompkins, California State University, Fresno. See pg.
Gail Tompkins I'm a teacher, first and foremost
A new focus on Meeting the Needs of English Learners rounds out the look at addressing the needs of all students. Gail Tompkins I'm a teacher, first and foremost. I began my career as a first-grade teacher in Virginia in the 1970s.
There were many activities that I could use as a 6th grade teacher with my students.
The idea of literature circles is weaved throughout the book. She first includes the components of a good literature circle approach. There were many activities that I could use as a 6th grade teacher with my students. There were ways to incorporate word study into other curricular areas as well. Tompkins also has a chapter focusing on different reading and writing instruction patterns.
I have spent my life teaching. Currently I teach as a professor at California State University, Fresno, where I was awarded the Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
ISBN 13: 9780131177352. I have spent my life teaching.
Gail E Tompkins, Patricia A Tabloski.
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The author adroitly combines the four classic instructional approaches or patterns of practice—Literature Circles, Literature Focus Units, Reading and Writing Workshop, and Theme Cycles—into a seamless presentation that will show prospective teachers how to foster and encourage language arts learning by students of all backgrounds, abilities, and interests. With a powerful new CD-ROM, this sixth edition of the number one language arts book on the market offers comprehensive treatment of four classic instructional approaches to integrating all six research-identified language arts—reading, writing, listening, talking, viewing, and visually representing—into school curricula. For pre-service and elementary school language arts educators.