5 edition of Writing instruction for verbally talented youth found in the catalog.
Writing instruction for verbally talented youth
by Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||203|
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The book by Ben Reynolds contains specific lesson plans, student assignments, and criteria and suggestions for evaluation of student work. The book contains the complete content of the first writing courses for verbally talented youth designed by the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University in the early 's.
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The book contains the complete content of the first writing courses for verbally talented youth designed by the Center for Talented. Writing Instruction for Verbally Talented Youth is different. Authors Reynolds, Kopelke, and Durden assume that highly verbal youngsters already have ideas and some experience in expressing them in writing.
What they offergoesbeyond this elemen tary level to the real work of writing, critique, and revision. The book describes the method and. Ben Reynolds is a Senior Program Manager of CTYOnline at The Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth (CTY). An award-winning fictionist, he began CTY's face-to-face writing program in and launched CTYOnline's writing program in He began administrating CTYOnline's writing & language arts division in Johns Hopkins distance-learning courses of writing instruction for verbally talented youth include an Expository Writing Tutorial-by-mail, (8thth grades); Young Students Writing Tutorial, (6th-7th grades); and resources for parents and teachers.
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In today’s world, proficiency requires developing skills in both traditional forms of. The outdated instruction in language is unlikely to provide verbally gifted children with the challenge they need. These children need to do more than memorize traditional parts of speech because they have a deeper interest in language usage, beyond simple grammar, than their non-gifted peers.
ReynoldsB., KapelkeK. Verbally gifted children tend to learn to read quickly and often quite early. They may be fluent readers by the time they are five years old, having begun to read at age three.
Most importantly, they often learn to read almost like they learned a language — without instruction. These early readers are known as self-taught readers. 3 . Key Literacy Component: Writing By: National Institute for Literacy. Students who don’t write well aren’t able to learn and communicate effectively.
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Quite simply, I can layer all kinds of fantastic writing instruction on top of all these core writing skills.Learn how to use literature to teach your students the six traits that characterize effective writing: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
This practical text gives you a variety of ideas and strategies for developing and integrating the traits into students' writing, bibliographies of recommended.Effective writing instruction will consistently remind students of the stages of the writing process and will engage students in modeled.
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