Using Literature To Enhance Writing Instruction: A Guide For K-5 Teachers
-find good ideas and details,
-express personality through voice,
-choose the right words,
-apprehend fluency and rhythm, and
-edit for conventions.
The chapters also provide assessments, sample lesson plans, and annotated bibliographies of children's literature to guide your instruction. As you teach your students to recognize the six traits in the children's literature they read, you'll help them infuse the traits into their own writing. Use this book to immerse your students in reading and writing and, ultimately, help them become better writers.
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