She remembers spending all day in the woods as a second grader, and running around foreign city streets as a 10 year old, with no one worried about her whereabouts.
Her latest novel is Quaking Philomel Karen lives in Bethesda, MD with her husband and three children. Sheilah Egan became a school librarian indelighting in sharing her own love of reading with students in preK through 7th grade. Click here or on the book cover above to access and print this complimentary PDF lesson.
Some of her other writing and musings can be found at Culturebean. Now, as the media specialist she collaborates with classroom teachers on literacy, research, and computer skills for her students. This material may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.
She is also a proponent of multicultural literature, particularly relating to Spanish language materials. Michael Chabin writes stories, articles, and interactive animations to help kids explore the fantastic worlds of math and science.
In translation, it has won several international awards and has been placed on the official Recommended Books List of the government of France. Carlee has taken courses in poetry and in writing for children.
Her love of reading and writing extends to all types of books for children. She lives with her husband and three children in southern Virginia.
She did further graduate study in English and Philosophy at Indiana University. OR, if the text is nonfiction, can the child interpret what a few of the nonfiction text features show? Carolyn Briles holds a B. Braverman loves to curl up with a good book and to read with her own kids! I did not write those wonderful blurbs of what advanced students look like at each grade level.
Her book recommendation blog, www. Because students must learn to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively in a variety of content areas, the standards promote the literacy skills and concepts required for college and career readiness in multiple disciplines.
Katie Engen is a lifelong educator M. You may also include possible implications of your research and future work you see connected with your findings. The incorporation of the framework into leader development processes is discussed as well as how the framework can be presented in doctrine.
She facilitated and created an After-School Book Club for her students that was a great success.Nonfiction DRA2 options are available for Levels 16, 28, 38, 40, **40 is listed 3x and 50 is listed 2x. The goal is to become a stronger/higher scorer at each assessment point, and to also give the student an opportunity to be assessed in fiction and nonfiction at the 40 and/or Big picture overview of 6 +1 Traits of Writing 2.
Model learning/teaching of the 6+1 Traits 3. How to get started 4. Having fun! AgendaAgenda Agenda 6+1 Traits Of Writing. 6 +1 Writing Assessment Traits and the Writing Process •convention •presentation •purpose •audience •form •Ideas •Organization.
Education Northwest developed the 6+1 Trait Writing Model of Instruction & Assessment to help educators provide clear, consistent, and evidence-based feedback on student writing. Many schools and districts are beginning to emphasize students’ writing skills across the curriculum.
The 6+1 traits within the model are: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation. For each trait, there's a scale with descriptors for scoring. Much more information about 6+1 Trait® Writing can be found within Education Northwest's site, including information about the Beginning Writer's continuum.
Common Core State Standards and the 6+1 Trait® Writing Model of Instruction & Assessment includes documents that correlate the CCSS standards and elements of the 6+1 Trait model: The Crosswalk (PDF, KB, 3 pgs.) links traits and standards for argumentative, informational/ explanatory, and narrative writing.Download