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Nonfiction Writing Strategies Using Content-Area Mentor Texts
Nonfiction Writing Strategies Using Content-Area Mentor Texts
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Capstone Professional

Nonfiction Writing Strategies Using Content-Area Mentor Texts

This book shows teachers how to use mentor texts in an integrative approach for teaching both content and informational writing. As you explore the pages of this book,  you’ll find strategies for teaching writing craft fundamentals with step-by-step instructions that make writing instruction come alive in content-area classes.

BrandCapstone Professional
Age Level- Years
Trim Size8 1/2 x 11
Page Count104



School Librarian's Workshop, "Supporting Common Core" - Hilda K. Weisburg, M.L.S.

"Models are given to teach students how to organize informational writing, compose, and write beginnings and endings. [Freeman] also explains how to prepare students for the assessment tests. . . .the categories given are excellent and serve as a guide for identifying other mentor texts." - School Librarian's Workshop, "Supporting Common Core"

August 1, 2014

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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