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"As teachers, we do indeed live narrative lives, and if you read "Engaging Young Writers, Preschool to Grade 1," Matt Glover will help you live out new kinds of stories with the children you teach. I know he's helped me do just that. I'm a better teacher because of what I've learned from him." - Katie Wood Ray Author of "About the Authors" "We are so fortunate to have this ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 27th 2009 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Laura Moore
Matt Glover is such and expert at primary writing. He often works with Katie Ray. Their approach to the real ways young children can make BIG work through writing workshop is fantastic. It is an easy read and very helpful for those who want to jump in and get started.
Susan Kennedy
This is a wonderful book that reminds us to facilitate writing by helping students get to know writers through their writing. It would be a wonderful book study paired with In Pictures and Words.
Chelsea
Well there were some things i liked and some i didn't. I do wonder where his editor was. Furthermore why are students who aren't specified always she and teachers always he?
Shannon
A great book for teachers of 3-7 year olds. Really simple yet effective ideas to make writing a natural activity in your classroom.
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