Reading and writing across the curriculum is sparking more interest than ever among teachers and school leaders. Here are the resources you need to build more writing into your math curriculum, more reading and talk into your science program, and especially, how to infuse more nonfiction texts into your teaching throughout the school day.
Literary nonfiction is emerging as a popular genre. In this booklist, Franki Sibberson shares mentor texts for writing literary nonfiction.
In this six-minute video, Franki Sibberson demonstrates how she helps her 3rd and 4th grade students make connections between writing workshop and math problem solving.
In this video of a 3rd grade team meeting, literacy coaches Janet Scott and Gail Boushey help third-grade teachers think through what is going well with test preparation, and what might be adapted before the tests begin in a few weeks.
In this whole-class lesson, 5th grade teacher Karen Terlecky and her students consider how main ideas work in nonfiction texts.
Franki Sibberson finds sports writing is a powerful motivator for boys in her grades 3-4 classroom.
Word study and nonfiction reading are combined in Franki Sibberson's nonfiction word hunt activity.
Franki Sibberson explains the value of the nonfiction word hunt activity.
Question It – Know It – Show It are the keys to test preparation in Andrea Smith's 4th grade classroom.
Andrea Smith’s 4th graders debrief together after a test preparation workshop.
Mark Levine has many students who haven’t traveled much more than 100 miles from home. He makes history come to life for them by bringing artifacts into his middle school classroom.
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