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Experiment with Fiction

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The reading and writing processes have historically been kept apart, but with this series you can explore their richness for yourself and your students in ways that unite the processes meaningfully and productively. Experiment with Fiction
Fiction is a natural genre for children. In this volume, experiment with ten-minute fictional occasions, write with your children, and
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Paperback, 74 pages
Published February 17th 1989 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Susan
I continue to go back to this one particular book when I am putting together presentations, whether it be G/T workshops or Abydos recertifications. I always find a gem that I had either forgotten or just didn't notice in the same way before. I picked it up again tonight. I first read it in 1998, and I have read it again several times. It is a good 'un!
Audrey
This is a good first primer on some of the concepts guiding Reader's and Writer's Workshop when Donald Graves was first teaching the idea of ELA being taught in a 'workshop' format.It's a very easy read, and has some good suggestions for teachers of writing.
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Donald Graves was one of the greatest voices of his generation, a plain spoken, thoughtful genius. He was an educator, a writer, an outspoken advocate for educational best practices. His death was a loss too great to put into words for people the world over, whether they were aware of it or not. A Professor Emeritus at the University of New Hampshire, Donald Graves, with the help of mentor Donald ...more
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