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by Mellissa Alonso,Susan Nations


Susan Nations is an author, national literacy consultant, conference presenter and intervention teacher in the Sarasota County Public Schools.

Susan Nations is an author, national literacy consultant, conference presenter and intervention teacher in the Sarasota County Public Schools. She is the co-author of Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing STICK!, More Primary Literacy Centers, Intermediate Literacy Stations and So Much Stuff, So Little Space: Creating and Managing the Learner Centered Classroom. She has also written many teacher's guides for various educational publishers

More Primary Literacy Centers book. Published January 1st 2013 by Maupin House Publishing (first published October 1st 2006).

More Primary Literacy Centers book. More Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing Stick! by. Susan Nations, Mellissa Alonso. More Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing Stick! ISBN. 0929895762 (ISBN13: 9780929895765).

Nations, Susan and Alonso, Melissa. Primary Literacy Center: Making Reading and Writing Stick. Mary Browning and Payne, Carleen Dacruz. Gainesville:Maupin house publishing Inc. Ninda, Elsa Meifira. Guided Reading: Making It Work. Walpole, Sharon e. l 2010. She has also written many teacher's guides for various educational publishers

Alonso, Mellissa; Nations, Susan Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing STICK! (Maupin House). ISBN 13: 9780929895468. Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing STICK! (Maupin House). Alonso, Mellissa; Nations, Susan.

Seven easy-to-maintain centers help you work smarter, not harder, as you connect standards-based reading and writing instruction with student application of skills and strategies. Primary Literacy Centers (Making reading and writing stick!) Visit.

Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading. Primary literacy centers: Making reading and writing STICK! Gainesville, FL: Maupin House. and Writing STICK! (Nations & Alonso, 2001) is. another helpful resource for those looking for ways. to implement learning centers with ease. 40 Graphic organizers that build compre-hension during independent reading.

Entries resemble written conversations Reading Logs- Students respond in reading logs to stories, poems, and informational books . Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing Stick! Gainesville: Maupin House.

Entries resemble written conversations Reading Logs- Students respond in reading logs to stories, poems, and informational books they are reading. Students write and draw entries after reading, record key vocabulary words, and write other important information Double-Entry Journals – Students divide each page of their journals into two columns and write different types of information in each column.

What others are saying. Whether its to do homework, read a book, or even participate in a family discussion, scheduling sensory play that focuses on "Heavy work" can increase your child's ability to focus on the activity you need them to complete. Brain Power Boy - Raising Boys Who Love To Learn. So, I was BEYOND excited when my friend Christie from MamaOT, a pediatric occupationa. atie Yeh.

Nations, Susan, and Mellissa Alonso. Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing STICK. Gainesville, FL: Maupin House. Middle School Literacy Centers: Connecting Struggling Readers to Literature.

More Primary Literacy Centers provides all the information you need to easily implement literacy centers in your classroom or build upon an established, balanced literacy program that will generate more meaningful reading and writing experiences. For those just beginning to use literacy centers, this guide offers clear yet comprehensive instructions, ready-to-use lesson plans and center activities, reproducible charts, and time-saving tips for seamlessly building centers into your language arts curriculum. Susan and Mellissa show you how to set up literature-based centers for reading, literature response, writing, poetry, listening, and word work that are effective and easily maintained. If you are a literacy center veteran who needs to revive and transform your centers into focused places of learning where students of all levels apply, practice, and master standards-based skills and strategies, this follow-up companion to Primary Literacy Centers is the perfect refresher course, complete with all-new lessons and activities. More Primary Literacy Centers includes whole-class lesson plans, suggested center materials and templates, organizational strategies, and other classroom-tested ideas that will save you time and help both emergent and fluent readers experience success.

More Primary Literacy Centers: Making Reading and Writing Stick! (Maupin House) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0929895765

ISBN: 0929895762

Author: Mellissa Alonso,Susan Nations

Category: Teaching and Education

Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Language: English

Publisher: Maupin House (January 1, 2013)

Pages: 208 pages

ePUB size: 1224 kb

FB2 size: 1447 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 568

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Vut
I learned of this book from a kindergarten teacher who really impressed me. This gives great ideas for combining literature, procedural knowledge, and literature for cross-curriculum learning.
Vut
I learned of this book from a kindergarten teacher who really impressed me. This gives great ideas for combining literature, procedural knowledge, and literature for cross-curriculum learning.
Rocksmith
If you have no clue how to get yourself started with center, then you need to get this book. Very helpful and even for the veteran teacher new ideas and ways to get organized. Quick and easy read. Lots of information at your finger-tips w/o too much reading time invested.
Rocksmith
If you have no clue how to get yourself started with center, then you need to get this book. Very helpful and even for the veteran teacher new ideas and ways to get organized. Quick and easy read. Lots of information at your finger-tips w/o too much reading time invested.
Vojar
Great reference gook.
Vojar
Great reference gook.
Jozrone
If you ever wanted to know why, how, and what to get when setting up this valuable part of any classroom, THIS BOOK GIVES YOU THE ANSWERS! I have used this book for 2 years in teacher workshops and consider it a valuable resource. BUY IT!
Jozrone
If you ever wanted to know why, how, and what to get when setting up this valuable part of any classroom, THIS BOOK GIVES YOU THE ANSWERS! I have used this book for 2 years in teacher workshops and consider it a valuable resource. BUY IT!
kolos
I thought it might have more picture of centers, but had more explanations of why & how they may work.
kolos
I thought it might have more picture of centers, but had more explanations of why & how they may work.
tref
This is a valuable teaching resource for teachers who use literacy centres or the Daily 5 in their classrooms, to go along with other books that discuss the same topic. The lessons that connect to the various centres are often open-ended enough that they could be used again in various ways by the students to engage in effective literacy practice. Many of the "reading" lessons also fit very nicely with "The Sisters" CAFE strategies for reading, which is good for group instruction time. I enjoyed the parts about accountability during centre time, and the open-ended literature response matrix. I will be using parts of these in my classroom this year.

This book's one weakness is that it doesn't give you ideas of how to actually set up the centres - although the centres it suggests seem to be good ones. If you want a better book for that choose Debbie Diller's "Literacy Work Stations" or "The Daily Five." Overall however, this is a resource I will be consulting to add in new ideas and activities to my "centres."
tref
This is a valuable teaching resource for teachers who use literacy centres or the Daily 5 in their classrooms, to go along with other books that discuss the same topic. The lessons that connect to the various centres are often open-ended enough that they could be used again in various ways by the students to engage in effective literacy practice. Many of the "reading" lessons also fit very nicely with "The Sisters" CAFE strategies for reading, which is good for group instruction time. I enjoyed the parts about accountability during centre time, and the open-ended literature response matrix. I will be using parts of these in my classroom this year.

This book's one weakness is that it doesn't give you ideas of how to actually set up the centres - although the centres it suggests seem to be good ones. If you want a better book for that choose Debbie Diller's "Literacy Work Stations" or "The Daily Five." Overall however, this is a resource I will be consulting to add in new ideas and activities to my "centres."
Innadril
This book was teacher friendly and a great resource. It shows how to easily set up and maintain literacy centers. The actual reading is only about 45 pages, the rest of the book has resources for teachers to set up the centers.
Innadril
This book was teacher friendly and a great resource. It shows how to easily set up and maintain literacy centers. The actual reading is only about 45 pages, the rest of the book has resources for teachers to set up the centers.
I have read the reviews on this product. I noticed that the reviews were few and dated far in between. I have ordered several books on Literacy Centers and found them to be much too wordy in their explanation and short on ideas for students who come with no prior education experiences (from home or a pre-school program). I am a visual learner( Pictures with simple directions work best for me) and as a Kindergarten teacher ,I am often exhausted trying to make/prepare and laminate useful Centers THEN teach 26 4-5 year olds the Center activities(use and routines). What would be helpful : to read reviews from teachers who have used this book and others across a 10 month school year,ideas from those who may have had to adapt an idea to make it more successful, to find a resource where most of the ideas are doable and can benefit each child( isn't this why we do what we do ?) no matter what the State standards/Reading Writing/Literacy programs are.I've spent a lot of money on books and then had to give them away because 10% of the ideas in a book were actually doable. I don't want to order a book and not be able to use it effectively.
I have read the reviews on this product. I noticed that the reviews were few and dated far in between. I have ordered several books on Literacy Centers and found them to be much too wordy in their explanation and short on ideas for students who come with no prior education experiences (from home or a pre-school program). I am a visual learner( Pictures with simple directions work best for me) and as a Kindergarten teacher ,I am often exhausted trying to make/prepare and laminate useful Centers THEN teach 26 4-5 year olds the Center activities(use and routines). What would be helpful : to read reviews from teachers who have used this book and others across a 10 month school year,ideas from those who may have had to adapt an idea to make it more successful, to find a resource where most of the ideas are doable and can benefit each child( isn't this why we do what we do ?) no matter what the State standards/Reading Writing/Literacy programs are.I've spent a lot of money on books and then had to give them away because 10% of the ideas in a book were actually doable. I don't want to order a book and not be able to use it effectively.