6 edition of A sourcebook for responding to student writing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219).
|Statement||edited by Richard Straub.|
|LC Classifications||PE1404 .S683 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||99039341|
3. They use another quote from the text to highlight why the topic/response was important. (If the response is found on the same page of the textbook (Ibid) is placed in parenthesis after the quote. 4. Students end their response by stating “In . Nancy Sommers, "Responding To Student Writing" Sometimes, we inadvertently give students conflicting messages. In "Responding to Student Writing" (CCC , May , pp. ), Nancy Sommers reviews the purposes and effects of teachers' comments on papers. Although the article is more than a few years old now, it continues to offer a useful.
A Sourcebook for Teachers. It's no wonder that students resist the conventional research paper and that teachers burn out on its routines; its formal, stodgy, and rigidly academic boundaries allow for little deviation or creative expression. Make copies for all students of the Literature Response Prompts for Jan Brett Books templates. For suggestions, see Sample Prompts for Literature Response in Primary Classrooms. Make sure all students have access to crayons and/or colored pencils in a wide variety of colors.
Now in its fourth edition, this widely acclaimed sourcebook remains one of the most up-to-date and inclusive works on teaching writing today. In this edition, the editors have added twelve new essays and deleted several from the previous edition, making the content as timely as possible. Encourage students to use the Literature Response Prompts worksheet to respond to a chapter or book of their choice. Have students write a three-paragraph essay in response to a text using the Literature Response Prompts worksheet as a pre-writing activity.
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A Sourcebook for Responding to Student Writing. by Richard Straub (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 5/5(2). A Sourcebook for Responding to Student Writing is a resource for writing teachers. It provides a range of teacher comments on a sampling of college student papers and an anthology of.
A practical guide that is predicated on the belief that there is no single best way of teaching writing and no single best way of responding to student writing.
The models of teacher comments and discussions about response aim to help teachers develop their own responding styles/5(14). A Sourcebook for Responding to Student Writing by Richard Straub “ there is no single best way of teaching writing and no single best way of responding to student writing.
Different teachers, in different settings, with different students, different kinds of writing, different course goals, and alas.
with different time constraints may do different things with their comments, and do them well.”. A two-time Braddock Award winner, Sommers is well known for her research and publications on student writing.
Her articles Revision Strategies of Student and Experienced Writers and Responding to Student Writing are two of the most widely Cited by: 7. Written from one teacher to another, Nancy Sommers’ Responding to Student Writers offers a model for thinking about response as a dialogue between students and teachers — and for thinking about the benefits of responding to writers as well as to their writing/5.
Straub Responding-Really Responding-to Other Students' Writing RICHARD STRAUB () Responding-Really Responding to Other Students' Writing CONSIDER THIS: Richard Straub, from Dunmore, Pennsylvania, earned his Ph.D.
at Ohio State. He taught courses in writing, composition and rhetoric, and literature at Florida StateFile Size: KB. Improving students’ writing skills helps them succeed inside and outside the classroom. Effective writing is a vital component of students’ literacy achievement, and writing is a critical communication tool for students to convey thoughts and opinions, describe ideas and events, and analyze information.
For a response paper, you still need to write a formal assessment of the work you're observing (this could be anything created, such as a film, a work of art, a piece of music, a speech, a marketing campaign, or a written work), but you will also add your own personal reaction and impressions to the : Grace Fleming.
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For s~dents who do not share their writing with oth-ers-and ~apprehenslves fear negative responses from their peers as well as their tors-the writing teacher is likely their only potential. More than any other enterprise in the teaching of writing, responding to and commenting on student writing consumes the largest proportion of our time.
Most teachers estimate that it takes them at least 20 to 40 minutes to com- ment on an individual student paper, and those 20 to 40 minutes times 20 students per class, times 8 papers, more or less, during the course of a semes. 3, 2, 1 Response. This “countdown” response focuses on the basics.
Using this half-page sheet, students provide information about their reading, touching on summarizing, sequencing, vocabulary skills, and the asking questions/wondering comprehension strategy we work on in reading.
Click the image below to download the 3, 2, 1. Hodges, E. "Negotiating the margins: some principles for responding to our students' writing, some strategies for helping students read our comments." In M.D.
Sorcinelli & P. Elbow (Eds.), Writing to learn: strategies for assigning and responding to writing across the disciplines; pp. New Directions for Teaching and Learning Search for books, ebooks, and physical a A sourcebook for responding to student writing / |c edited by Richard Straub.
t Post-Structural Literary Criticism and the Response to Student Writing / |r Edward M. White -- |t Responding to Student Writing / |r Nancy Sommers -- |t. 91 Ways to Respond to a Book THE STORY IN THE BOOK FROM A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW.
Take an entire story (or part of it) and write a version as someone else would tell it. THE DIARY A MAIN CHARACTER MIGHT HAVE WRITTEN. Imagine you are the person in your book.
Write a diary for a few days or weeks as she or he would have done. Teacher question: My students talk about the stories through collaborative conversations and class discussions, but I hardly allow time for students to write written responses.
How often should I have students write a written response and should students be taking notes on the story. Shanahan's response: Writing about text or talking about text I used to consider that to be an impossible.
The benefits of students integrating journal writing across the curriculum are amply documented. From a teacher's perspective, there are few activities that can trump journal writing for understanding and supporting the development of student thinking.
Journaling turbo-charges curiosity. The legendary Toby Fulwiler, author of The Journal Book. Writing in journals can be a powerful strategy for students to respond to literature, gain writing fluency, dialogue in writing with another student or the teacher, or write in the content areas.
While journaling is a form of writing in its own right, students can also freely generate ideas for other types of writing as they rs can use literature that takes the form of a journal.
To write a journal response to a book, start by writing a summary of the book to explain the author’s main points, and provide 1 to 2 quotes from the text to support your analysis. Then, give your commentary on the book, explaining why you agree or disagree with what the author says%(46).
SAMPLE RESPONSE PAPERS. Below is a collection of strong (and exceptionally strong) response papers from students. All received high grades. They are good examples of insightful thinking and strong writing.
I would especially encourage you to notice that most of them don’t have obvious organization; most of them let their ideas develop and wander.
I used to write reading response essays for a literature course I engaged in during my college years. I enjoy writing and analyzing my response to the things I read.
It was quite fun in those days because the professor obviously chose books that where especially thought provoking and that made it much more interesting and easy s: Provide a paragraph frame for students to use as they write their reading response letters. Intermediate.
Pair up students who work well together and have them complete the graphic organizer (planning) and the checklist on a book they have both read. Provide more examples of reading response letters to students.Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore.
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