- Publisher: Guilford Publications
- Format: Paperback | 244 pages
- Dimensions: 175mm x 252mm x 20mm | 431g
- Publication date: 30 June 2005
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 1593851812
- ISBN 13: 9781593851811
- Edition statement: New.
- Sales rank: 1,490,332
First grade is a year of important new experiences for students and teachers alike. Some students will arrive knowing how to read, others will know a few letters of the alphabet, and most will be somewhere in between. Including dozens of reproducibles, this book guides first-grade teachers in the many decisions they face about how to orchestrate effective, appropriate, and engaging instruction. A special strength of the book is the authors' deep understanding of the oral language base of literacy learning - both reading and writing - and their expertise in differentiating instruction for English language learners.
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Diane Lapp, EdD, School of Teacher Education, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA; James Flood, PhD, School of Teacher Education, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA; Kelly Moore, PhD, literacy resource teacher, San Diego Unified School District, San Diego, CA; Maria Nichols, MA, literacy staff developer, San Diego Unified School District, San Diego, CA
This teacher-friendly book lays out the elements necessary to create a well-balanced classroom where children's reading, speaking, and writing can thrive. Great book lists, school-to-home letters, easy-to-manage assessment charts, and well-defined, research-based routines will help new and seasoned teachers create a literacy-rich classroom. If first-grade teachers are going to read only one professional book on literacy this year, this should be the one. - Catherine Kuhns, MEd, National Board Certified Teacher (Early Childhood), Country Hills Elementary School, Coral Springs, Florida This is just the resource new primary teachers are looking for. The teacher-friendly text and authentic examples make research-based practices come alive. From up-to-date information on workshop models and differentiated instruction and assessment, to tried-and-true room arrangements, Teaching Literacy in First Grade has something for everyone! - Nancy Frey, PhD, School of Teacher Education, San Diego State University
Table of contents
Where Do I Begin?: Getting to Know Your Students, Your Classroom, and the Curriculum. Understanding How Children Learn to Read Written Language. Supporting First-Grade Writing. Exciting Day 1: Instruction Begins. Differentiating Instruction: Using Assessment Information Wisely. Grouping for Differentiated Instruction and Classroom Management. Supporting Oral Language Development. Teaching English Language Learners. How Does the Year Continue? You Can't Do This Alone: The Home-School Connection.