Collaborative Units That Work

Collaborative Units That Work : Teams Award Winners

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Learn from collaboration masters! Read all about award-winning, standards-based collaboration projects that you can reproduce in your school setting. * Offers award-winning collaborative lessons that are easily adaptable to your classroom * Provides sample documents, i.e., a knowledge survey, interactive test, writing challenge, and parent permission letter * Figures present important data and information, including standards for the 21st-century learner, and NCTE/IRA standards for the English language arts * Presents a bibliography of works citedshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 147.32 x 220.98 x 10.16mm | 181.44g
  • ABC-CLIO
  • Linworth Publishing, Incorporated
  • Worthington, United States
  • English
  • 1586833499
  • 9781586833497

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"For school media specialists looking for innovative ideas on how to collaborate with teachers to create a buzz around learning and literacy, this book is a must have." - ARBAonline "The collaborative lesson plans and units compiled here have been classroom-tested by elementary through secondary media specialists and teachers who are winners of the Gale Library Media Connection TEAMS Award. Projects are presented in a consistent format, with a project overview, timeline, notes on the roles of the teacher and the media specialist, and advice on measuring success, funding the project, materials and resources, and sustaining the project. Projects range from an author's night for elementary grades, through high school units on using graphic novels with ESL students and advanced academic literacies. Numerous examples of surveys, parent letters, rubrics, student self-assessments, and other materials are provided." - Reference & Research Book News "This is a useful selection, especially for someone wanting to try a new collaboration, but coming up a little short on ideas. Recommended." - Library Media Connectionshow more

About Kate Vande Brake

Kate Vande Brake is a former journalist with several years' experience working in K-12 public education as a communications specialist.show more