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MITC VC 1264 A
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TITLE: Developing independent learners. [videorecording]
ADDED TITLE: Exploring literature in third grade. [videorecording]
ADDED TITLE: Conducting research in first grade. [videorecording]
PUBLISHED: Portland, Maine : Stenhouse Publishers ; c2003.
DESCRIPTION: 2 video cassettes : sd., col. , 1/2
NOTES: A reading and writing workshop approach.
NOTES: Tape I: Exploring literature in third grade (30:13 min.); Tape II: Conducting research in first grade (32:16 min.).
NOTES: Produced by Ron Blome Productions.
NOTES: Linda J. Dorn and Carla Soffos.
NOTES: Tape 1: Exploring Literature in Third Grade In the first videotape, Donnie Skinner and third-grade students at Boone Park Elementary in North Little Rock, Arkansas, explore how literature is used to promote deeper comprehension during reading and writing workshops. The first part of the tape demonstrates the components of writing workshop, including a mini-lesson for crafting a good lead, independent practice, and writing conferences. The second part of the tape illustrates the components of reading workshop, including a mini-lesson for teaching a visualization strategy, independent practice, reading conferences, and a literature discussion group. The features of the workshop includes: guided demonstrations and think-aloud; guided practice with teacher assistance; independent practice with teacher and peer conferences and language interactions that promote deeper comprehension.--Tape 2: Conducting Research in First Grade In the second videotape, Vicki Altland and her first graders at Ida Burns Elementary in Conway, Arkansas, use a workshop approach to conduct research with nonfiction texts. Vicki scaffolds her first graders as they apply a ten-step process for conducting research, including choosing a topic, gathering materials, organizing information, and publishing the results. The features of the workshop includes: mini-lesson with guided practice; group work with teacher conferences; and group sharing with teacher assessment.
NOTES: English
NOTES: See MITC SW-0387 for teacher's guide.
ADDED ENTRY: Dorn, Linda J.
ADDED ENTRY: Soffos, Carla
ADDED ENTRY: Blome Productions.
ADDED ENTRY: Stenhouse Publishers

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