50 Literacy Strategies Step-by-Step

by Gail E. Tompkins

50 Literacy Strategies Step-by-Step Synopsis

The new edition of 50 Literacy Strategies: Step by Step by Gail E. Tompkins is a conveniently organized resource for all elementary and middle school teachers, providing research-based and classroom-tested strategies to develop literacy skills. Everything you need to know to implement, adapt, and enrich each strategy is included in a consistent, easy-to-understand format.

50 Literacy Strategies Step-by-Step Press Reviews

My students usually keep this text. This book is captivating to students as they report that it encourages them to think from various perspectives. It is not a recipe type book but it contains helpful text lists, assessments and reproducible materials. Angela J. Cox, Georgetown College There are so many strategies available, hte ones listed in the book are some of the major anc successful strategies. The Instructional Focus helps to narrow down strategies to what the students wan tto build their lessons about. Grade Level Designation is very useful, allowing students to make sure they are using appropriate grade-level strategies. Deborah A. H. Williams, Wayne State University The strategies are the essential ones I would expect and do use in my course. English Language Learner features are a criticalcomponent becaue few (if any)f my students have had any interaction with ELLs and need significant help understanding second language literacy. Charlotte L. Pass, SUNY Cortland

Book Information

ISBN: 9780132944915
Publication date: 25th April 2012
Author: Gail E. Tompkins
Publisher: Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 168 pages
Categories: Teaching of a specific subject, Educational: English language & literacy, Primary & middle schools,

About Gail E. Tompkins

Gail Tompkins I'm a teacher, first and foremost. I began my career as a first-grade teacher in Virginia in the 1970s. I remember one first grader who cried as the first day of school was ending. When I tried to comfort him, he sobbed accusingly, I came to first grade to learn to read and write and you forgot to teach me. The next day, I taught that child and his classmates to read and write! We made a small patterned book about one of the stuffed animals in the classroom. I wrote some of the words and the students ...

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