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by Katie Wood Ray

  • Author: Katie Wood Ray
  • ISBN: 0325003645
  • ISBN13: 978-0325003641
  • ePub: 1889 kb | FB2: 1348 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Heinemann; 1 edition (June 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 856
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What You Know by Heart: How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop ePub download

As Katie shows, the most profound and effective curriculum can result from your own deep understanding of quality writing-what you know about writing through your own and others' writings and through your reading

As Katie shows, the most profound and effective curriculum can result from your own deep understanding of quality writing-what you know about writing through your own and others' writings and through your reading. And the best teaching can result from what you can wrap your heart and mind around and communicate to your students. It is this very personal approach and contagious enthusiasm that Katie brings to bear on creating curriculum for her own writing workshops

As Katie shows, the most profound and effective curriculum can result from your own deep understanding of quality writing-what you know about writing through your own and . Her book shows how you can do it for your own.

As Katie shows, the most profound and effective curriculum can result from your own deep understanding of quality writing-what you know about writing through your own and others' writings and through your reading. It is this very personal approach and contagious enthusiasm that Katie brings to bear on creating curriculum for her own writing workshops

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Смысл интеграла и производной.

Katie Wood Ray. No one can say it better than Lucy Calkins-Katie Ray has written a wise, comforting, intimate book What You Know by Heart.

Writers have to know what good reading SOUNDS like Presentation on theme: "Thoughts from the Katie Wood Ray workshop . 7 Start with an organized pile of books/texts. Each student’s purpose is to write something that could be added to this pile

Writers have to know what good reading SOUNDS like. You have to be able to imagine doing what the author did and think on your toes. Presentation on theme: "Thoughts from the Katie Wood Ray workshop: Developing Curriculum for Writing Workshop June, 2009. - Presentation transcript: 1 Thoughts from the Katie Wood Ray workshop: Developing Curriculum for Writing Workshop June, 2009. Each student’s purpose is to write something that could be added to this pile. The stack of books/texts gives you VISION.

Katie Wood Ray truly is an inspiring author. I loved the approach she takes to writing workshop through genre studies in this book. Ray advocates for authentic writing instruction, in which students read and create authentic texts, rather than just responding to prompts.

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Taken from Katie Wood Ray’s book, What You Know by Heart How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop Slideshow 2575225 by ford.

Katie Wood Ray uses wonderful examples of how to write and read like a teacher of writing. The first part of the book provides a process to study our own writing for curriculum development. The second part focuses on mentor texts; using published authors as co-teachers. Her goal is to pomote metacognition in the teachers that read this book and have them change their instruction in a powerful way. This is a slow read, but only because you have to stop to think and apply the concepts. Luckily, she created "Think It Through" boxes to help guide your reflections.

What You Know by Heart: How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop by Katie Wood Ray .

What You Know by Heart: How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop by Katie Wood Ray (Heinemann, 2002). Thanks to Heinemann Publishers for donating a copy for one reader. Please respond to her e-mail with your mailing address within five days of receipt. Unfortunately, a new winner will be chosen if a response isn’t received within five days of the giveaway announcement.

What You Know by Heart: How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop Ray, K. Wood. About the Authors: Writing Workshop with Our Youngest Writers.

What You Know by Heart: How to Develop Curriculum for Your Writing Workshop. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Seeking Diversity with Adolescents. Crafting Authentic Voice.

No one can say it better than Lucy Calkins-Katie Ray has written a wise, comforting, intimate book. It goes to the heart of where good ideas for teaching of good writing originate: from yourself and your own experience.

As Katie shows, the most profound and effective curriculum can result from your own deep understanding of quality writing-what you know about writing through your own and others' writings and through your reading. And the best teaching can result from what you can wrap your heart and mind around and communicate to your students. It is this very personal approach and contagious enthusiasm that Katie brings to bear on creating curriculum for her own writing workshops. Her book shows how you can do it for your own.

In Part One, Katie takes a close look at the lines of thinking you can use to find curriculum in your own writing experiences. In Part Two, she shows how to use the same lines of thinking to find curriculum in your everyday reading life. Along with her own inimitable writing style, Katie sprinkles special features throughout her book as helpful tips for thinking about your own writing workshop and curriculum development, including:

minilessons and "curriculum chunks" "Thinking it Through" boxes with questions and things to try "understandings" and strategies notebook-keeping tips accompanied by Katie's own handwritten journal entries transcripts of interviews with writers references for further reading.

Follow Katie's example. Write like a teacher of writing. Read like a teacher of writing. Then teach from your own experience. And watch as you and your students flourish like never before.

Macill
If you are a teacher who writes, or is interested in getting in the habit of writing, this book is for you! However, if you are looking for somewhat scripted lessons, stops, etc. this book will not help you. The author intends for you to draw your lessons out of your own personal writing
life and experiemces.
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Very boring an virtually useless for what was needed for class. Every chapter repeated the same thing just stated differently.
Fhois
There are few books on the market for writing teachers with such warm, insightful, fresh, and practical advice in them as this wonderful text by Katie Wood Ray. Her stories ring true, her advice is sage, and the layout of this piece is a knock out. I especially love the text suggestions to match curriculum statements in the appendix. This is real stuff - and oh, so very needed. My copy is marked up from the first page to the last; I just love this book. Any teacher wanting to make writing work more effectively in their classroom would do well to take this book to heart.
Kendis
I would not recommend this book to middle school teachers, as in my opinion it consists primarily of the author's heady reflections about her own writing and offers little practical advice that is classroom ready. The idea that teachers should write with their students is not new. Writing with students is a vital part of inspiring them to reflect and to compose.
Windworker
If you are thinking about curriculum in your classroom or are a coach developing curriculum this book will guide your thinking in all the right ways.
tref
I just love Katie Wood Ray! This book is no exception. So glad I got it.
Ice_One_Guys
Great book at a great price. Shipped really fast. This business was really easy to work with and my shipment was as described.
Beware teachers, only read this book if you are ready to dive deeper into what it means to teach writing, as a writer! This is the first book I've read that explicitly breaks down how to use mentor texts and my own writing to support student learning in a writer's workshop. Katie Wood Ray uses wonderful examples of how to write and read like a teacher of writing. The first part of the book provides a process to study our own writing for curriculum development. The second part focuses on mentor texts; using published authors as co-teachers. Her goal is to pomote metacognition in the teachers that read this book and have them change their instruction in a powerful way. This is a slow read, but only because you have to stop to think and apply the concepts. Luckily, she created "Think It Through" boxes to help guide your reflections. I closed this book with a solid understanding of how I can use my own writing and use other authors to teach my writer's workshop. If you are using the writer's workshop approach, but don't consider yourself a writer, read this book. It will help you realze that you already know these things by heart.
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