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Product Description: Stories surround us, support us, and sustain us. We see and hear them when walking down the street, on our digital newsfeeds, in our interactions with one another, in the ways our students play, and in literature, poetry, music, images, multimedia, and dramatic works...read more
By Katie Egan Cunningham and Linda Rief (foreword by)

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9781625310248 | Stenhouse Pub, October 28, 2015, cover price $21.00 | About this edition: Stories surround us, support us, and sustain us.

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Product Description: Veteran teacher and author Linda Rief has inspired thousands of practitioners across the nation to lead adolescent students on a journey to becoming lifelong readers and writers. In ReadWriteTeach, Linda offers the what, how, and why of a year's worth of reading and writing for middle and high school students with a framework that is as flexible as it is comprehensive...read more

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9780325053608 | Heinemann, April 21, 2014, cover price $37.50 | About this edition: Veteran teacher and author Linda Rief has inspired thousands of practitioners across the nation to lead adolescent students on a journey to becoming lifelong readers and writers.

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The reading that we value in school is becoming further and further distanced from the literacy students experience in their outside lives. Inside the classroom, we ask our students to immerse themselves in print texts and write purposefully. Once out the door, they are text-messaging, blogging, engaging in online multi-player games, and expertly integrating words, images, and music to create original texts. Can we import these textual spaces and literacies into English class to help re-connect students who don't see themselves as readers and writers? English educator Sara Kajder's answer is an emphatic “yes,” and in Bringing the Outside In she demonstrates myriad ways to employ students' outside talents in the classroom. Drawing on multiple examples of student work, she shows how she adapts the curriculum to incorporate an expanded definition of literacy and literacy tools. Sara offers teachers guidance on how to extend their repertoire of teaching strategies, and help kids connect their natural curiosity and skills as readers and writers of both print and electronic texts, while keeping reading and writing at the center of the curriculum. Keying in on the visual aspects of literacy, and building upon students' growing interest in using words and images from their lives to read and write for authentic reasons and authentic audiences—integrating such strategies as digital storytelling, visual think-alouds, visual literature circles, and others into English class—Sara and her kids redefine what it means to be literate in today's world. By adding visual components to class activities and projects integrating tools ranging from pencils and paper to “weblogs” and “wikis,” even reluctant students can become engaged and see themselves as readers and writers for the first time.
By Sara B. Kajder and Linda Rief (foreword by)

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9781571104014 | Stenhouse Pub, May 30, 2006, cover price $20.00 | About this edition: The reading that we value in school is becoming further and further distanced from the literacy students experience in their outside lives.

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9781439552780 | Reprint edition (Paw Prints, September 18, 2008), cover price $27.50

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Hardcover:

9780030368783, titled "Holt Elements of Literature: Third Course" | Student edition (Holt Rinehart & Winston, June 30, 2008), cover price $105.05

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Product Description: With the generosity, thoughtfulness, and practicality we have come to appreciate from this extraordinary classroom teacher, Linda gives us the structures and models we need to invite every student we teach to think and act as a reader, writer, and artist...read more

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9780325012353 | Spiral-bound edition (Heinemann, September 4, 2007), cover price $36.25 | About this edition: With the generosity, thoughtfulness, and practicality we have come to appreciate from this extraordinary classroom teacher, Linda gives us the structures and models we need to invite every student we teach to think and act as a reader, writer, and artist.
9780325011905 | Heinemann, August 31, 2007, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: Many teachers wonder how to juggle aswriter's notebook and asreader's response log.

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Product Description: The Writer's-Reader's Notebook is essential to everything Linda Rief's students do in her workshop classroom as literate young men and women. Far more than a place where students merely practice writing, this is where they do the work of learning...read more

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9780325012346 | Ppk spi edition (Heinemann, June 21, 2007), cover price $58.13 | About this edition: The Writer's-Reader's Notebook is essential to everything Linda Rief's students do in her workshop classroom as literate young men and women.
9780325011899 | Csm spi edition (Heinemann, June 14, 2007), cover price $13.75 | About this edition: With the generosity, thoughtfulness, and practicality we have come to appreciate from this extraordinary classroom teacher, Linda gives us the structures and models we need to invite every student we teach to think and act as a reader, writer, and artist.

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Product Description: A rich collection of poems and short passages, perfect for middle school. Teachers read one of the powerful pieces aloud and invite students to respond to one of the freewriting suggestions. Teachers will be amazed at what students can write in 2-3 minutes! A quick and effective way to share models of strong writing and to get students writing and thinking ...read more

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9780439458771 | Scholastic Prof Book Div, September 1, 2003, cover price $18.99 | About this edition: A rich collection of poems and short passages, perfect for middle school.

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Product Description: Vision & Voice is based on the premise that art slows us down, forcing us to stop and consider a wondrous world that we too often rush past. Extending our notions of the literacy spectrum to include the visual and oral arts in the reading and writing classroom encourages students to develop their imaginations as they envision possibilities for their lives and their worlds...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780325000978 | Pap/com edition (Heinemann, November 24, 1998), cover price $33.00 | About this edition: Vision & Voice is based on the premise that art slows us down, forcing us to stop and consider a wondrous world that we too often rush past.

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Product Description: A testament to the belief that teachers should be writers, Workshop 6 invites readers into the classrooms and minds of teachers who write. Barbieri and Rief celebrate the power of writing and invite teachers to become more seriously involved in writing for themselves.
By Linda Rief (editor)

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9780435088163 | Heinemann, July 5, 1994, cover price $29.57 | About this edition: A testament to the belief that teachers should be writers, Workshop 6 invites readers into the classrooms and minds of teachers who write.

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Seeking Diversity is the result of watching, listening to, and learning from adolescents. It is also about a teacher, a learner engaged in the process of coming to know herself as a reader and writer in her own classroom. It is a chronicle of apprenticeship, where the students do astonishing things as readers and writers because their teacher believes they can, because she expects them to, and because she is right there beside them-reading, writing, questioning, thinking, learning, and growing. Linda Rief takes the philosophies and ideas of Atwell, Romano, Graves, Murray, Calkins, and the Goodmans and makes them her own. She adapts them to her classroom, her students, her style, her constraints and invites other teachers to do the same- stretch the ideas, make them theirs, but above all, trust the students. Seeking Diversity is organized chronologically, following Linda and her students from September through June. Teachers will find especially helpful: organization techniques-materials, the room, and expectations ways of using life experiences and literature to immerse the students in meaningful writing and reading evaluation beliefs and techniques that focus on process as well as product and on self-evaluation over outside assessment portfolios from a range of students-what's in them, who chooses, and what they show us a new look at art as an integral part of students' literacy an appendix filled with handouts for both students and parents numerous lists of best-liked books for individualized reading, reading aloud, and reading together.

Hardcover:

9780435087241 | Heinemann, March 1, 1992, cover price $37.00

Paperback:

9780435085988 | Heinemann, December 2, 1991, cover price $39.38 | About this edition: Seeking Diversity is the result of watching, listening to, and learning from adolescents.

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