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The Resource Science the "write" way, edited by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen, (electronic resource)

Science the "write" way, edited by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen, (electronic resource)

Label
Science the "write" way
Title
Science the "write" way
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen
Title variation
Science the write way
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
507.1/2
LC call number
LB1585
LC item number
.S395 2011
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Wheeler-Toppen, Jodi
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  • Science
  • Science
  • Technical writing
  • Technical writing
  • Diaries
  • Diaries
  • Language arts
Label
Science the "write" way, edited by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
On writing in science / by Sandra K. Abell -- Science the "write" way: nonfiction writing activities help students learn science / by Valarie L. Akerson and Terrell A. Young -- Unlocking reading comprehension with key science inquiry skills / by Roxanne Greitz Miller -- 14 writing strategies / by Thomas Turner and Amy Broemmel -- This isn't English class!: using writing as an assessment tool in science / by Michael Rockow -- Making thinking visible: a method to encourage science writing in upper elementary grades / by Roxanne Greitz Miller and Robert C. Calfee -- Writing to learn / by Brian Hand, Vaughan Prain, and Keith Vance -- Helping students write about science without plagiarizing / by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen -- Learning to write and writing to learn in science: refutational texts and analytical rubrics / by Amy Singletary and Victor Sampson -- Peanut butter and jelly science / by Donna Farland -- Write it, do it / by Erin Peters -- Comments on students' writing / by Inez Fugate Liftig -- From speaking to writing in the structured English immersion science classroom / by Conrado Laborin Gómez and Margarita Jimenez-Silva -- Integrated assessments for ELL: students-and teachers-benefit from incorporating writing and drawing in science / by Joan Armon and Linda J. Morris -- What writing represents what scientists actually do? / by William C. Robertson -- Writing through inquiry / by Paul Jablon -- Getting students to become successful, independent investigators / by Jeffrey D. Thomas -- Kinesthetic writing, of sorts / by Kirstin Bittel and Darrek Hernandez -- Multigenre lab reports: connecting literacy and science / by Leonora Rochwerger, Shelley Stagg Peterson, and Theresa Calovini -- Lab report blues / by Andrew Diaz -- The nature of haiku: students use haiku to learn about the natural world and improve their observational skills / by Peter Rillero, Joann V. Cleland, and Karen A. Conzelman -- Keeping science current / by Barbara Timmerman -- Extra! extra! learn all about it / by Kristen Curry, Jerilou Moore, and William J. Sumrall -- Science newsletters / by Melissa Nail -- Scientific journals: a creative assessment tool / by Larissa Beckstead -- A natural integration: student-created field guides seamlessly combine science and writing / by Tracy Coskie, Michelle Hornof, and Heidi Trudel -- Nature detectives: first graders study yearlong changes in nature and create a school yard field guide / by Natalie Harr and Richard E. Lee Jr. -- Students as authors: illustrated science information books created during integrated units are windows into student understanding / by Maria Varelas ... [et al.] -- Mystery box writing / by William Straits -- Nature's advice book: third-grade students examine their knowledge of life science by considering the lessons learned from nature / by Kathryn Mahlin and Amy Robertson -- Ecosystem journalism: allow your students to display their understanding of life science concepts by creating an imaginative newspaper / by Amy Robertson and Kathryn Mahlin -- Linking science and writing with two bad ants: a trade book inspires two teachers to connect their curricula in a creative way / by Ingrid Hekman Fournier and Leslie Dryer Edison -- Partners in crime: integrating forensic science and writing / by Erik Hein -- A reason to write / by Peggy Ashbrook -- A key to science: a simple writing technique helps students communicate understanding of important science concepts / by Jo Ann Yockey -- Taking a look at the moon / by Craig R. Leager -- Creative writing and the water cycle / by Rich Young, Jyotika Virmani, and Kristen M. Kusek -- Volcano résumés / by Sandra Rutherford and Cindy Corlett -- Reading and writing nonfiction with children: using biographies to learn about science and scientists / by Rebecca Monhardt -- Journals of discovery: incorporating art and creative writing into science journals leads to meaningful reflections on learning for both students and teachers / by Cathy Livingston -- Science interactive notebooks in the classroom / by Jocelyn Young -- Using science journals to encourage all students to write / by Joan C. Fingon and Shallon D. Fingon -- Learning logs: writing to learn, reading to assess / by Daniel Heuser -- Using web logs in the science classroom / by Staycle C. Duplichan -- Interactive reflective logs: opening up science notebooks to peer and teacher feedback / by Cynthia Minchew Deaton, Benjamin E. Deaton, and Katina Leland -- A laboratory of words: using science notebook entries as preassessment creates opportunities to adapt teaching / by Jeanne Clidas -- The art of reviewing science journals: questions to consider when planning and assessing students' journal entries / by Daniel P. Shepardson and Susan Jane Britsch -- The P.O.E.T.R.Y. of science: a flexible tool for assessing elementary student science journals / by Jennifer C. Mesa, Michelle L. Klosterman, and Linda L. Cronin-Jones
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000658550
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781936137404
Isbn Type
(print)
Lccn
2011030758
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000658550
Label
Science the "write" way, edited by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
On writing in science / by Sandra K. Abell -- Science the "write" way: nonfiction writing activities help students learn science / by Valarie L. Akerson and Terrell A. Young -- Unlocking reading comprehension with key science inquiry skills / by Roxanne Greitz Miller -- 14 writing strategies / by Thomas Turner and Amy Broemmel -- This isn't English class!: using writing as an assessment tool in science / by Michael Rockow -- Making thinking visible: a method to encourage science writing in upper elementary grades / by Roxanne Greitz Miller and Robert C. Calfee -- Writing to learn / by Brian Hand, Vaughan Prain, and Keith Vance -- Helping students write about science without plagiarizing / by Jodi Wheeler-Toppen -- Learning to write and writing to learn in science: refutational texts and analytical rubrics / by Amy Singletary and Victor Sampson -- Peanut butter and jelly science / by Donna Farland -- Write it, do it / by Erin Peters -- Comments on students' writing / by Inez Fugate Liftig -- From speaking to writing in the structured English immersion science classroom / by Conrado Laborin Gómez and Margarita Jimenez-Silva -- Integrated assessments for ELL: students-and teachers-benefit from incorporating writing and drawing in science / by Joan Armon and Linda J. Morris -- What writing represents what scientists actually do? / by William C. Robertson -- Writing through inquiry / by Paul Jablon -- Getting students to become successful, independent investigators / by Jeffrey D. Thomas -- Kinesthetic writing, of sorts / by Kirstin Bittel and Darrek Hernandez -- Multigenre lab reports: connecting literacy and science / by Leonora Rochwerger, Shelley Stagg Peterson, and Theresa Calovini -- Lab report blues / by Andrew Diaz -- The nature of haiku: students use haiku to learn about the natural world and improve their observational skills / by Peter Rillero, Joann V. Cleland, and Karen A. Conzelman -- Keeping science current / by Barbara Timmerman -- Extra! extra! learn all about it / by Kristen Curry, Jerilou Moore, and William J. Sumrall -- Science newsletters / by Melissa Nail -- Scientific journals: a creative assessment tool / by Larissa Beckstead -- A natural integration: student-created field guides seamlessly combine science and writing / by Tracy Coskie, Michelle Hornof, and Heidi Trudel -- Nature detectives: first graders study yearlong changes in nature and create a school yard field guide / by Natalie Harr and Richard E. Lee Jr. -- Students as authors: illustrated science information books created during integrated units are windows into student understanding / by Maria Varelas ... [et al.] -- Mystery box writing / by William Straits -- Nature's advice book: third-grade students examine their knowledge of life science by considering the lessons learned from nature / by Kathryn Mahlin and Amy Robertson -- Ecosystem journalism: allow your students to display their understanding of life science concepts by creating an imaginative newspaper / by Amy Robertson and Kathryn Mahlin -- Linking science and writing with two bad ants: a trade book inspires two teachers to connect their curricula in a creative way / by Ingrid Hekman Fournier and Leslie Dryer Edison -- Partners in crime: integrating forensic science and writing / by Erik Hein -- A reason to write / by Peggy Ashbrook -- A key to science: a simple writing technique helps students communicate understanding of important science concepts / by Jo Ann Yockey -- Taking a look at the moon / by Craig R. Leager -- Creative writing and the water cycle / by Rich Young, Jyotika Virmani, and Kristen M. Kusek -- Volcano résumés / by Sandra Rutherford and Cindy Corlett -- Reading and writing nonfiction with children: using biographies to learn about science and scientists / by Rebecca Monhardt -- Journals of discovery: incorporating art and creative writing into science journals leads to meaningful reflections on learning for both students and teachers / by Cathy Livingston -- Science interactive notebooks in the classroom / by Jocelyn Young -- Using science journals to encourage all students to write / by Joan C. Fingon and Shallon D. Fingon -- Learning logs: writing to learn, reading to assess / by Daniel Heuser -- Using web logs in the science classroom / by Staycle C. Duplichan -- Interactive reflective logs: opening up science notebooks to peer and teacher feedback / by Cynthia Minchew Deaton, Benjamin E. Deaton, and Katina Leland -- A laboratory of words: using science notebook entries as preassessment creates opportunities to adapt teaching / by Jeanne Clidas -- The art of reviewing science journals: questions to consider when planning and assessing students' journal entries / by Daniel P. Shepardson and Susan Jane Britsch -- The P.O.E.T.R.Y. of science: a flexible tool for assessing elementary student science journals / by Jennifer C. Mesa, Michelle L. Klosterman, and Linda L. Cronin-Jones
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000658550
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781936137404
Isbn Type
(print)
Lccn
2011030758
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000658550

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