Written as a springboard to teaching grammar, this book is designed to help teachers of grades 4a8 teach students to use the sixteen essential grammatical elements (seven parts of speech, six phrases, and three clauses) in their writing. Exercises, strategies, and examples provide a guide for the teacher about how students can learn, expand, and transfer the grammar skills acquired to their own writing. The book is organized so that teachers can either pick and choose lessons that are tailored to meet their students' specific needs, or they can teach the material in a clear and effective scope and sequence from beginning to end.. Teachers Rave about Keith Poletteas New Way to Teach Writing! aI like the writing exercises that are incorporated right from the start and the interesting approach to getting students to develop their understanding in their own words. I also would recommend the book to other teachers because it has universal appeal for any teacher trying to improve their own understanding of grammar and writing or who is looking for another good resource for their students.a aLona Garrison, Gwinnett County Public Schools, GA aI think this book is done very well. Teachers could use this book as a reference tool in the classroom.a aDeedra Murray, Edyth J. Hayes Middle School, KY Take a look inside: Focuses on one grammatical element at a time to assist teachers in building on students' prior knowledge. Addresses such topics as sentence building, combining, and imitation, writer's voice, word play, poetry, editing, and guided or process writing.APPENDIX B Writing in Response to a Prompt: What Is a Hero? ... sentence that states the idea the paragraph is going to develop b. a restriction (definition) sentence that limits the discussion c. an example of the idea in the topic sentence d. aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Grammar Through Writing|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2007-01|