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Being and Becoming Teachers of Writing

A Meaning-Based Approach to Authentic Writing Instruction

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"Being and Becoming Teachers of Writing is an ambitious and comprehensive examination of the sometimes-daunting complexity that is teaching writing. Teachers from a variety of backgrounds and experiences with writing and teaching writing will benefit from the meticulous detail and consideration Johnson offers, but beginning teachers and teachers outside the field of literacy are sure to treasure this work."

Paul Thomas, EdD, Professor, Furman University

"In a relatable, conversational style, Dr. Johnson presents and discusses the process of learning to write. He emphasizes the importance of encouraging students to use their creativity and their own knowledge, and the fact that there is no one strategy or technique that successfully helps all children learn to write. He outlines, describes, and explains many ways to work with all writers, struggling or not. The format Dr. Johnson uses is consistent throughout the book by providing an overview, thorough and informative discussion, and big ideas to try. The scenarios, examples, and pictures are realistic, interesting, and helpful for understanding the concepts presented. If you work with children who are developing writing skills, or who are struggling and need to improve, this is the book for you. You will appreciate Dr. Johnson's wealth of information and his engaging style."

Karen Eastman PhD, Professor, Minnesota State University

"Dr. Johnson brings together theory and practice in an engaging manner that compels you to continue reading. He intersperses examples to illustrate concepts in memorable ways. Not only does Dr. Johnson value the expertise and creativity of teachers, but he also values the expertise and creativity of students by reminding teachers that student choice is critical for their development as writers at all grade levels. I look forward to sharing Being and Becoming Teachers of Writing: A Meaning-Based Approach to Writing Instruction with teachers and coaches."

Dr. Tracee Farmer, Co-Director Reading Recovery Center for Literacy

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
250
ISBN
9781032355726
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
25 x 18 cm

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"Being and Becoming Teachers of Writing is an ambitious and comprehensive examination of the sometimes-daunting complexity that is teaching writing. Teachers from a variety of backgrounds and experiences with writing and teaching writing will benefit from the meticulous detail and consideration Johnson offers, but beginning teachers and teachers outside the field of literacy are sure to treasure this work."

Paul Thomas, EdD, Professor, Furman University

"In a relatable, conversational style, Dr. Johnson presents and discusses the process of learning to write. He emphasizes the importance of encouraging students to use their creativity and their own knowledge, and the fact that there is no one strategy or technique that successfully helps all children learn to write. He outlines, describes, and explains many ways to work with all writers, struggling or not. The format Dr. Johnson uses is consistent throughout the book by providing an overview, thorough and informative discussion, and big ideas to try. The scenarios, examples, and pictures are realistic, interesting, and helpful for understanding the concepts presented. If you work with children who are developing writing skills, or who are struggling and need to improve, this is the book for you. You will appreciate Dr. Johnson's wealth of information and his engaging style."

Karen Eastman PhD, Professor, Minnesota State University

"Dr. Johnson brings together theory and practice in an engaging manner that compels you to continue reading. He intersperses examples to illustrate concepts in memorable ways. Not only does Dr. Johnson value the expertise and creativity of teachers, but he also values the expertise and creativity of students by reminding teachers that student choice is critical for their development as writers at all grade levels. I look forward to sharing Being and Becoming Teachers of Writing: A Meaning-Based Approach to Writing Instruction with teachers and coaches."

Dr. Tracee Farmer, Co-Director Reading Recovery Center for Literacy

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