Grammar for High School

Filename: grammar-for-high-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325010463
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 162
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Grammar for High School in PDF and EPUB This book gives students the chance to absorb and replicate the grammar used in some of the finest novels. Fourteen grammatical structures are developed as writing tools in accessible, understandable and similar manner through the sentence-composing approach.


Grammar for Middle School

Filename: grammar-for-middle-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325009562
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 109
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Grammar for Middle School in PDF and EPUB Grammar for Middle School: A Sentence-Composing Approach gives your students the chance to absorb and replicate the grammatical structures used by some of the best writers of our times. Included among the over 150 authors, 200 titles, and 400 model sentences in Grammar for Middle School are award-winning young-adult literature such as Cynthia Voigt's Homecoming, popular favorites like J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter, and curricular staples such as John Steinbeck's The Red Pony and The Pearl. Fourteen grammatical structures are developed in the same predictable, understandable manner, using the sentence-composing approach. When students first encounter a tool, it is clearly defined and characterized. Then it's practiced through five activities: matching, unscrambling, combining, imitating, and expanding. Finally, a creative writing activity immerses students in the composition or revision of a paragraph through independent use of the sentence--composing tools they have already learned.


Story Grammar for Elementary School

Filename: story-grammar-for-elementary-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325012466
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 111
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Story Grammar for Elementary School in PDF and EPUB Explores the grammatical structures of a variety of children's stories to help students develop better sentence building skills.


Paragraphs for Middle School

Filename: paragraphs-for-middle-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325042683
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 214
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Paragraphs for Middle School in PDF and EPUB Following the success of their Sentence-Composing series and their Grammar: A Sentence-Composing Approach series, Don and Jenny Killgallon present a new series, Paragraphs: A Sentence-Composing Approach. Paragraphs for Middle School: A Sentence-Composing Approach gives students new tools to write mature and varied sentences through imitating models by authors like Louis Sachar, Suzanne Collins, Gary Paulsen, J. R. R. Tolkien, Carl Hiassen, Rick Riordan, J. K. Rowling, and many others. Now, in this worktext, the Killgallons take the approach a step further by teaching students tools authors use to build paragraphs. Using power tools in four places to build better sentences-the opener, the S-V split, the closer, and the mix-and four techniques for building better paragraphs-expanding paragraphs, imitating paragraphs, unscrambling paragraphs, and building paragraphs-students achieve a goal of good writing: elaboration. Through the activities in this book, students: imitate how their favorite authors build sentences and paragraphs eliminate common sentence boundary problems--fragments, run-ons, comma splices learn, practice, and use the tools that foster elaboration in paragraphs. With recognizable authors as their mentors, students build confidence as their writing becomes more meaningful and masterful. Download the Teacher's Booklet SAVE $19.50 when you buy in a 10 Pack! Click here for more details.


Grammar for College Writing

Filename: grammar-for-college-writing.pdf
ISBN: 0867096020
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 229
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Boynton/Cook

Download and read online Grammar for College Writing in PDF and EPUB Across America, in thousands of classrooms, from elementary school to high school, the time-tested sentence-composing approach has given students tools to become better writers. Now the Killgallons present a much anticipated sentence-composing grammar worktext for college writing. GRAMMAR FOR COLLEGE WRITING: A Sentence-Composing Approach presents a new and easier way to understand grammar: NOUN GROUP: The Naming Tools VERB GROUP: The Narrating Tools ADJECTIVE GROUP: The Describing Tools ADVERB GROUP: The Explaining Tools Within each group, using model sentences by authors, students learn and practice words, phrases, and clauses that share the group's function. The Killgallons' accessible approach develops students' use of twenty-one grammatical tools to build sentences like those of recognizable authors. All tools are practiced through the Killgallons' signature methods: matching, unscrambling, combining, imitating, exchanging, expanding. Each tool is introduced with a clear definition and characteristics; practiced through six varied sentence-composing activities; then applied in an academic or creative composition that spotlights the tool. Students learn from model sentences chosen for two reasons: their grammatical structure (the sentence in the story) and their interesting content (the story in the sentence). GRAMMAR FOR COLLEGE WRITING gives students the chance to absorb and replicate the grammatical tools used by John Steinbeck, J. K. Rowling, Ernest Hemingway, Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Truman Capote, Stephen King, and hundreds more. This worktext works beyond preparing first-year college students for college writing. It is well suited for many contexts: Before College- Students in honors or AP classes Students in grammar or creative writing electives. During College- Students in required first-year writing courses, or electives in grammar, rhetoric, style, linguistics, literary language, or creative writing Prospective English teachers in methods, grammar, or linguistics courses. After College- Teachers participating in curriculum or in-service workshops Teachers wanting a self-study approach to learning grammar to improve their own or their students' writing. An online instructor's manual includes background information, advice, tips, resources, and the original professional sentences used for activities. GRAMMAR FOR COLLEGE WRITING: A Sentence-Composing Approach is the most comprehensive worktext yet from the originators of that approach: the Killgallons. Guide your students toward mastery of the "grammar of the greats" by inviting hundreds of great authors to serve as their mentors-and the Killgallons as their guides. To request this title as a Desk/Exam copy, click here. To view the PRINTABLE Instructor's Manual, click here. FREE TEACHER'S BOOKLET (DOWNLOAD) FREE TEACHER'S BOOKLET (MAILED PRINT COPY)


Nonfiction for Middle School

Filename: nonfiction-for-middle-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325062897
Release Date: 2016-04-07
Number of pages: 224
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Nonfiction for Middle School in PDF and EPUB Don and Jenny Killgallon's sentence-composing approach helps students all across America develop into more proficient and sophisticated writers. Now in this powerful worktext, the Killgallons use their highly effective method to help students become better readers and writers of nonfiction. Nonfiction for Middle School: A Sentence Composing Approach offers varied practice in building better sentences and paragraphs by modeling the sentence structures of well-known authors, including Diane Ackerman, David McCullough, Gary Paulsen, John Krakauer, Tracy Kidder, Erik Larson, Anna Quindlen, Laura Hillenbrand, Phillip Hoose, Rebecca Skloot, and many others. Using the activities in the worktext, students- - learn the meanings of words in the context of nonfiction selections, promoting deep reading skills - learn and apply valuable tools for writing-the identifier, the describer and the elaborator-for variety in sentence structure - imitate the sentence and paragraph structure of mentor authors from a wide variety of short nonfiction pieces. The Killgallons provide the scaffolding students need to build strong sentences and paragraphs, as well as to interpret challenging nonfiction texts. With recognizable nonfiction authors as their mentors, students learn skills and build confidence as their reading and writing become more meaningful and masterful.


Paragraphs for High School

Filename: paragraphs-for-high-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325042535
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 248
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Paragraphs for High School in PDF and EPUB This guide gives students new tools to write mature and varied sentences through imitating models by such authors as John Steinbeck, Harper Lee, Maya Angelou, J.D. Salinger, Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, and many others.


Nonfiction for Elementary School

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ISBN: 0325081123
Release Date: 2017-02-23
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Author: Don Killgallon
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Nonfiction for High School

Filename: nonfiction-for-high-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325053782
Release Date: 2015-03-13
Number of pages: 256
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Nonfiction for High School in PDF and EPUB Don and Jenny Killgallon's sentence-composing approach helps students all across America develop into more proficient and sophisticated writers. Now in this powerful worktext, the Killgallons use their highly effective method to help students become better readers and writers of nonfiction. Nonfiction for High School: A Sentence Composing Approach offers varied practice in building better sentences and paragraphs by modeling the sentence structures of well-known authors, including Diane Ackerman, Maya Angelou, Bruce Catton, Annie Dillard, Tracy Kidder, Erik Larson, Anna Quindlen, Jeannette Walls, Tom Wolfe, Richard Wright, and many others. Using the activities in the worktext, students- learn the meanings of words in the context of nonfiction selections, promoting deep reading skills learn and apply valuable tools for writing-the identifier, the describer and the elaborator-for variety in sentence structure imitate the sentence and paragraph structure of mentor authors from a wide variety of short nonfiction pieces. The Killgallons provide the scaffolding students need to build strong sentences and paragraphs, as well as to interpret challenging nonfiction texts. With recognizable nonfiction authors as their mentors, students learn skills and build confidence as their reading and writing become more meaningful and masterful. FREE TEACHER'S BOOKLET (DOWNLOAD)


Paragraphs for Elementary School

Filename: paragraphs-for-elementary-school.pdf
ISBN: 0325047944
Release Date: 2014-03-04
Number of pages: 169
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Paragraphs for Elementary School in PDF and EPUB Don and Jenny Killgallons' bestselling sentence-composing approach has successfully taught upper-elementary students to write mature and varied sentences through imitating C.S. Lewis, Jerry Spinelli, Suzanne Collins, Gary Paulsen, J. R. R. Tolkien, Christopher Paolini, Rick Riordan, J. K. Rowling, and many others. Now, in this worktext, the Killgallons take the approach a step further by teaching upper-elementary students to build paragraphs. Using subjects, predicates, and sentence composing tools, students learn and practice what good sentences look like before moving on to imitate strong paragraphs written by established authors -their "fitness trainers in writing." The activities in this worktext help students: learn and use the sentence-composing tools that foster elaboration in paragraphs recognize and imitate how their favorite authors build sentences and paragraphs practice composing paragraphs for different purposes. With well-known and well-loved authors as their mentors, students build confidence as their writing becomes more meaningful and mature. FREE TEACHER'S BOOKLET (DOWNLOAD) FREE TEACHER'S BOOKLET (MAILED PRINT COPY)


Sentence Composing for Elementary School

Filename: sentence-composing-for-elementary-school.pdf
ISBN: UVA:X004421740
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 134
Author: Don Killgallon
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

Download and read online Sentence Composing for Elementary School in PDF and EPUB Don Killgallon's signature sentence composing approach to writing is rapidly becoming a part of every effective teacher's repertoire, in middle schools, high schools, and colleges across the country. Thousands of teachers have achieved astonishing results - with students readily writing sentences remarkably similar to those of professional writers. What's more they've discovered that this approach is easy to teach and easy to learn. Now, Don and Jenny Killgallon make these techniques available to elementary teachers with the first-ever worktext in which children learn to write sentences like their favorite authors. Using sentences from more than one hundred popular stories and novels as models, Sentence Composing for Elementary School offers extensive practice in four sentence-manipulating techniques: sentence unscrambling, sentence imitating, sentence combining, and sentence expanding. By playing with hundreds of sentences from selections like Charlotte's Web and the Harry Potter series, children learn to write their own sentences in more effective and interesting ways. At the same time, they improve their reading skills by discovering the story in the sentence. Teachers and students will find this textbook an innovative, creative, and enjoyable alternative to traditional grammar texts aimed at dissecting sentences. Instead, Sentence Composing for Elementary School engages children in learning how to build better sentences.


Vygotsky and Literacy Research

Filename: vygotsky-and-literacy-research.pdf
ISBN: 9789460916960
Release Date: 2012-01-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Peter Smagorinsky
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Vygotsky and Literacy Research in PDF and EPUB In this book Peter Smagorinsky reconsiders his many publications employing Vygotsky’s theory of culturally-mediated human development and applies them, through a unified and coherent series of chapters, to literacy research. This exploration takes previously-published work and incorporates it into a new and sustained argument regarding the application of Vygotsky’s ideas to current questions regarding the nature of literacy and how to investigate it as a cultural phenomenon that contributes to human growth in social context. To conduct this inquiry, Smagorinsky first provides an overview that contextualizes Vygotsky both in his own time and in efforts to extrapolate from his Soviet origins to the 21st Century world. This consideration includes attention to the current context for literacy studies. He then reviews current conceptions of literacy in the realms of reading, writing, and additional tool use, grounding each in a Vygotskian perspective. The book’s final chapters take a critical look at both research method and the writing of research reports, taking into account both research and research reports as social constructions based in disciplinary practices. On the whole, this volume makes an important contribution to Vygotskian studies and literacy research through the author’s careful alignment between theory and practice.


From Texting to Teaching

Filename: from-texting-to-teaching.pdf
ISBN: 9781317363286
Release Date: 2017-05-08
Number of pages: 152
Author: Jeremy Hyler
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online From Texting to Teaching in PDF and EPUB Don’t blame technology for poor student grammar; instead, use technology intentionally to reach students and actually improve their writing! In this practical book, bestselling authors Jeremy Hyler and Troy Hicks reveal how digital tools and social media – a natural part of students’ lives – can make grammar instruction more authentic, relevant, and effective in today’s world. Topics Covered: Teaching students to code switch and differentiate between formal and informal sentence styles Using flipped lessons to teach the parts of speech and help students build their own grammar guides Enlivening vocabulary instruction with student-produced video Helping students master capitalization and punctuation in different digital contexts Each chapter contains examples, screenshots, and instructions to help you implement the ideas. With the strategies in this book, you can empower students to become better writers with the tools they already love and use daily. Additional resources and links are available on the book’s companion wiki site: textingtoteaching.wikispaces.com


Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosophische Untersuchungen

Filename: ludwig-wittgenstein-philosophische-untersuchungen.pdf
ISBN: 9783050050393
Release Date: 1998-01-01
Number of pages: 287
Author: Eike von Savigny
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

Download and read online Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosophische Untersuchungen in PDF and EPUB Wittgensteins 'Philosophische Untersuchungen' sind mit ihrem philosophiekritischen Feuer, ihrer aphoristischen Brillanz, ihren griffigen Bildern, ihrer argumentativen Verbissenheit zum mehrdeutig verwendbaren Kultbuch geworden, das unterschiedliche Bekenntnisse zu Aufgabe und rechtem Stil der Philosophie eint. Darüber wird leicht vergessen, dass die klare Sprache, die manifeste Ernsthaftigkeit und die gedankliche Strenge dem Leser die Aufgabe stellen, sich um ein begründetes Textverständnis zu bemühen. Die Beiträge dieses Bandes zeigen, wie sehr es sich lohnt, die großen sprachphilosophischen und anthropologischen Themen des Werkes methodisch diszipliniert zu erschließen.


Freak

Filename: freak.pdf
ISBN: 9783473477203
Release Date: 2015-11-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Rodman Philbrick
Publisher: Ravensburger Buchverlag Otto Maier GmbH

Download and read online Freak in PDF and EPUB "Ich hatte nie ein Gehirn, bis Freak auftauchte und mir seins für eine Weile überließ, und das ist die Wahrheit, die volle Wahrheit. Die unbezwungene Wahrheit, wie Freak das genannt hätte, und eine Zeit lang hat er das Reden für mich übernommen. Ich selbst hatte bis dahin eigentlich nur mit Fäusten und Füßen geredet, bevor wir dann Freak der Starke wurden, Drachen und Narren töteten und hoch zu Ross ritten." Sie sind eigentlich ein merkwürdiges Gespann: der ungeschlachte Max, den ein dunkles Geheimnis quält, und Kevin, der geniale Zwerg voller Neugier und Fantasie, dessen gebrechlicher Körper nicht mehr wächst. Zusammen werden sie zu einem unschlagbaren Team.