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ROOTing Out Meaning: More Morphemic Analysis for Primary Pupils

Grades   K – 5  |  Professional Library

ROOTing Out Meaning: More Morphemic Analysis for Primary Pupils

Help students learn to construct meaning from word parts.

 

Re-envisioning Research

Grades   8 – 12  |  Professional Library

Re-envisioning Research

Describes a research paper in the author's high school English classroom which connected to the lives and interests of students, who delved into community problems with as much rigor (and using many types of research as traditional essays exploring arcane philosophical questions). Describes creating a context for exploration, and students' final projects.

 

Matching Books and Readers: Selecting Literature for English Learners

Grades   3 – 5  |  Professional Library

Matching Books and Readers: Selecting Literature for English Learners

This article offers suggestions on how to choose books to aid English learners with language acquisition and comprehension.

 

Lesson Plans for Teaching Writing

Grades   8 – 12  |  Professional Library

Lesson Plans for Teaching Writing

This collection of lesson plans will help prepare high school and college students for college-level writing.

 

Recentering the Middle School Classroom as a Vibrant Learning Community: Students, Literacy, and Technology Intersect

Grades   6 – 8  |  Professional Library

Recentering the Middle School Classroom as a Vibrant Learning Community: Students, Literacy, and Technology Intersect

Examine the ways in which community can be constructed in the middle school classroom using online electronic discussions of literature.