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  • Craft Lessonsby Ralph Fletcher; JoAnn Portalupi

    Stenhouse Publishers 2007; US$ 19.80

    Since its publication in 1998 Craft Lessons has become a mainstay of writing teachers, both new and experienced. Readers value the pithy, practical lessons—each printed on one page—and appreciate the instructional language geared to three grade-level groupings: K–2, 3–4, and 5–8.In the decade since Craft Lessons' publication... more...

  • Teaching Argumentsby Jennifer Fletcher

    Stenhouse Publishers 2015; US$ 23.40

    No matter where students’ lives lead after graduation, one of the most essential tools we can teach them is how to comprehend, analyze, and respond to arguments. Students need to know how writers’ and speakers’ choices are shaped by elements of the rhetorical situation, including audience, occasion, and purpose. In Teaching Arguments... more...

  • In the Best Interest of Studentsby Kelly Gallagher

    Stenhouse Publishers 2015; US$ 20.70

    What is in the best interest of our students? Is it teaching to the newest standards movement, like the Common Core? Teaching that prepares students to take a test? Or is it something more meaningful and authentic?. In his new book,  In the Best Interest of Students , Kelly Gallagher notes that there are real strengths in the Common Core standards,... more...

  • In Defense of Read-Aloudby Steven Layne

    Stenhouse Publishers 2015; US$ 18.90

    "Amidst the clanging noise of today's technology, Steven Layne offers here a clear clarion call on behalf of reading to children. It is insightful, reasoned, entertaining (rare in the field), and carefully researched for those who might doubt the urgent need for something that doesn't need a Wi-Fi hot spot. It should be on every teacher's... more...

  • 59 Reasons to Writeby Kate Messner

    Stenhouse Publishers 2015; US$ 20.70

    In order to teach writing effectively, teachers must be writers themselves. They must experience the same uncertainty of starting a new draft and then struggling to revise. As they learn to move past the fear of failure, they discover the nervous rush and exhilaration of sharing work with an audience, just as their students do. Only by engaging in... more...

  • Making the Matchby Teri Lesesne

    Stenhouse Publishers 2005; US$ 20.25

    What motivates some adolescents to become lifelong readers and others to slide by with the minimum amount of assigned reading? Teri Lesesne says the key is finding the books that get them hooked in the first place. In Making the Match she offers guidance in three distinct areas that will assist teachers and librarians in steering students to the literature... more...

  • Making Senseby Juli Kendall; Outey Khuon

    Stenhouse Publishers 2005; US$ 18.90

    Reading is all about understanding, and many English language learners simply do not understand what they are reading. Juli Kendall and Outey Khuon believe that small group comprehension lessons have a key role to play in advancing students' comprehension of texts. Making Sense outlines fifty-two lessons that teach students how to make connections,... more...

  • Becoming a Literacy Leaderby Jennifer Allen

    Stenhouse Publishers 2006; US$ 18.00

    At a time when all administrators are urged to be literacy leaders, Jennifer Allen's book provides an insider's view of leadership, and how to create an environment that fosters professional development. Becoming a Literacy Leader chronicles Jennifer's move to a new school and a new job as a literacy specialist where she found herself tackling everything... more...

  • Practice with Purposeby Debbie Diller

    Stenhouse Publishers 2005; US$ 21.60

    In her 30 years as an educator, Debbie Diller watched primary students work successfully at literacy work stations as she wondered with teachers, "Why don't we have upper-grade students doing this? Could we kick it up a notch?" In Practice with Purpose, Debbie shows teachers of grades three-to-six how to establish routines for independent reading and... more...

  • One Child at a Timeby Pat Johnson

    Stenhouse Publishers 2006; US$ 18.00

    Every elementary teacher deals with students who struggle as readers on a daily basis. In One Child at a Time, experienced literacy specialist and consultant Pat Johnson provides a framework she has used with hundreds of students in scores of classrooms to help teachers understand and assist individual children. The four-step process outlined in the... more...