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Everyday Content-Area Writing: Write-to-Learn Strategies for Grades 3-5
Everyday Content-Area Writing: Write-to-Learn Strategies for Grades 3-5
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Everyday Content-Area Writing: Write-to-Learn Strategies for Grades 3-5

Everyday Content-Area Writing shows intermediate-grade teachers how to integrate writing into daily instruction and use it as an authentic, engaging tool that will develop deeper content-area understanding. Kathleen Kopp’s fun and creative, write-to-learn strategies span the gamut of math, science, and social studies to show you how to make writing a time-saving, valuable part of your instructional day. Everyday Content-Area Writing includes: strategies to build background; foster review, follow-up, and practice through individual and group activities; and teach content-area vocabulary; note-taking tactics, organizational methods, and ways to save time while bringing meaning to learning; explanations and guidelines for formative assessments that guide instruction and summative, post-unit assessments that evaluate student learning; original ideas for incorporating technology inside and outside the classroom, publishing student work, and differentiating instruction; and tips for establis

Page Count176
SeriesMaupin House
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Kathleen Kopp

Kathleen Kopp

Kathleen Kopp is a teacher on special assignment at Forest Ridge Elementary in Citrus County, Florida. She has nearly 20 years of teaching experience for first through fifth grades and has written several professional books on content-area learning and technology. Her Learning Through Writing Series won a 2009 Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers and a 2010 Teachers' Choice Award for the Classroom.

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