Teaching Reading 3-5: A Library of Classroom Practices; Fostering Book Discussions
Show #10 Fostering Book Discussions Maria Ruiz-Blanco, Chicago, Il Protectiion Master-Work for hire Copyright Annenberg Media 2006
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- Teaching Reading 3-5: A Library of Classroom Practices
- Fostering Book Discussions
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Completed in 2005 This video workshop with auxiliary classroom videos will show intermediate elementary teachers how to help their students transition from “learning to read” to “reading to learn.” The entire classroom lessons are included in eight additional video programs for optional further exploration of each topic. Series release date: 2005
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Third-grade teacher Maria Ruiz-Blanco is piloting the use of book club in her bilingual classroom. The class is starting a new book, My Name Is Maria Isabel, in their year-long unit on immigration. Working in groups, students discuss what they read, ask questions, and make connections to their own lives. (Optional classroom program)
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- Browne, John (Series Producer)
- Lawman, Kelly (Series Producer)
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