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Models for Teaching Writing-craft Target Skills (Second Edition)
Models for Teaching Writing-craft Target Skills (Second Edition)
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Models for Teaching Writing-craft Target Skills (Second Edition)

For Multiple Grades Models for Teaching Writing-craft Target Skills  is your go-to guide for writing-craft instruction through exemplary and accessible literature models. Writing-craft Target Skills—those specific techniques that all good writers use to effectively craft clear and compelling fiction and non-fiction—are best taught through explicit modeling. Locating the appropriate mentor texts for every skill, however, can be a daunting and time-consuming task. This innovative resource puts more than 450 valuable literature models at your fingertips and matches them to thirty-three fundamental writing-craft Target Skills. To add variety and versatility to your K-8 writing classroom, Models for Teaching Writing-craft Target Skills includes a wide assortment of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry selections, ranging from picture books to intermediate texts.  This revised and updated second edition also includes more than seventy Spanish literature models that are ideal for ESL/ELL writin

 
ISBN978-1-934338-81-0
PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Age Level- Years
Trim Size8 1/2 x 11
Page Count120
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2010
Paperback
Price
$19.95
 


 
 
Marcia S. Freeman

Marcia S. Freeman

Marcia Sheehan Freeman is an internationally-recognized writing education consultant and author, whose professional books and CraftPlus writing program assist districts across the nation in implementing K-8 writing instruction programs. She is also a writing and science consultant for educational publishers. The Cornell University graduate began her career as a high school science teacher before "moving up" to the elementary classroom.

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