Study Driven: A Framework For Planning Units Of Study In The Writing Workshop by Katie Wood RayStudy Driven: A Framework For Planning Units Of Study In The Writing Workshop by Katie Wood Ray

Study Driven: A Framework For Planning Units Of Study In The Writing Workshop

byKatie Wood Ray

Paperback | August 3, 2006

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No matter what grade you teach, what state your school is in, and what level of diversity is present in your classroom, students have the right to be shown real-world examples of the kinds of writing they’re asked to produce. For Katie Wood Ray, this foundational idea is also the beginning of an important way of approaching rigorous writing instruction.

 

In Study Driven Ray shows you that encouraging students to read closely can improve the effectiveness of your writing instruction. Detailing her own method for utilizing the popular mentor-texts approach, Ray helps you immerse children in a close study of published texts that supports their learning, leads them to a better understanding of the traits of good writing, and motivates them to become more accomplished writers.

 

Study Driven also gives you the ideas and resources for thirty units of study, ranging from genres to punctuation and appropriate across grade levels.

Title:Study Driven: A Framework For Planning Units Of Study In The Writing WorkshopFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 11.05 × 8.6 × 0.65 inPublished:August 3, 2006Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0325007500

ISBN - 13:9780325007502

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Table of Contents

Section I: Grounded Understandings
1. Two Snapshots of Studies in Action
2. Making a Case for Study
3. Before Revision, Vision: What Have You Read That Is Like What You’re Trying to Write?
4. Understanding the Difference Between Mode and Genre
5. The World is Full of Writing: Finding Texts for Teaching
6. Deciding What to Study From a World of Possibilities
7. Selecting Texts to Anchor Close Study
Section II: Informed Practice
8. Setting the Stage
9. Reading Immersion and Close Study
10. Turning Talk Into Text: The Language of Specific Curriculum
11. Writing Under the Influence in All Phases of Study
12. The Predictable Rhythm of Process Studies in Writing Workshop
13. The Tension of Time, the Promise of Depth
Section III: Resource Sections: Study Possibilities
Appendix A
Works Cited
Index