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Grade 2 Teacher's Resource Guide
Grade 2 Teacher's Resource Guide
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Grade 2 Teacher's Resource Guide

This Teacher’s Resource Guide contains lessons and tools to move your students through both reading and writing expository text. The instructional path is clear and easy-to-follow, supplementing your language arts instruction with resources designed to hone in on expository text structures and text features. Use this guide to inform your instruction, from speaking and listening to reading and then making the writing connection. Each student book has pages dedicated to instruction of the critical analysis of expository texts. Each lesson includes: • suggestions for speaking and listening, helping students build on others’ ideas and express their own ideas clearly. • questions and activities designed to get students thinking about the topic. • suggestions for reading so students think deeply about the topic and the ways in which the student authors develop them. • tips in the side column that focus on author’s craft and conventions, allowing students to consider these elements of writin

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0765-2
Text TypeProcedural Text
SubjectLanguage Arts
Page Count48
Copyright2017
SeriesWhat's the Point? Reading and Writing Expository T
Teachers Guide
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$29.95

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Lynnette Brent

Lynnette Brent

Lynnette Brent started her career as a classroom teacher, and she still strives to make a difference in the lives of learners. Lynnette has worked in a school setting as both a middle school teacher and a provider of professional development in grades K-12. She is the author of numerous trade publications for students, linking her passions of science and literacy; and she is the author of two professional resources with Scholastic and Heinemann firstHand. A featured speaker at NCTE, IRA, and the National Middle School Association, Lynnette's passion is working with educators to implement strong best practices in ways that engage both students and teachers.

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