Based on a need to teach writing and thinking across the curriculum, Harriet Scarborough worked with a number of her esteemed colleagues and practical thinking middle school and secondary school teachers to create a text for today's diverse classrooms. The author and her text contributors met regularly for a year to identify what was working in the classroom. They offer this book to you as you look to: give voice to the use of writing to mediate learning develop writing contexts for learning in content area classes create writing environments conducive t risk-taking make learning relevant and authentic for ALL studentsPlace poetry, 123-136 aquot;code switching, aquot; 127 Crusin the Boulevard, 127 Good Hotdogs, 132 In the Inner City, 130 music and, 131 ... 8, 148 Reichard, G., 112 Response/remembrance, multicultural education, 75-76 Robinson, Michael, 5, 101 Rose, M., 198, 212 Rosen, H., 19, ... literacy in, 7-15 acrostics, 14 autobiographies, 12-13 Geo Poem, 10 How Mr. Dog Got Tame, 10 aquot;I Understandaquot; poems, 12 journalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing Across the Curriculum in Secondary Classrooms|
|Author||:||Harriet Arzu Scarborough|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2001|