Guidelines for Making Reading-Writing ConectionsGuidelines for Making Reading-Writing Conections
Notion has been that reading is a widely needed skill, but that writing is an elite skill
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What will I be doing?What will I be doing?
The project requires you to think in more complex ways and develop critical reading, thinking, and research skills
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Throwing off the shackles of colonialism?Throwing off the shackles of colonialism?
Continuities and discontinuities from Daniel Defoe's literary work to Robert Zemeckis's Cast Away
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Reflecting on the Habits after Ten Years: Teaching about Race, Identity, Culture, Language and DifferenceReflecting on the Habits after Ten Years: Teaching about Race, Identity, Culture, Language and Difference
This Chapter extends that conversation by updating what we know about teaching the Habits and adding critical new approaches to lawyering that enable students to build relationships with and represent poor and disenfranchised clients
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Literary Response MenuLiterary Response Menu
Respond in writing to text you are reading at home for your Reading Calendar. Complete one or more of the activities on separate sheet(s)
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Using Writing to Improve ReadingUsing Writing to Improve Reading
Research has identified many of the cognitive/linguistic similarities and differences between reading and writing
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Chandler Unified School District Suggested Resource Guide for Read AloudChandler Unified School District Suggested Resource Guide for Read Aloud
It is a multi-layered read aloud. This is a sophisticated text where the reader must infer the characters’ thoughts and motivations. It also includes elements of fantasy
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