Good Books for Writing Teachers

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					Good Books for Writing Teachers Compiled by Barb Tarrant, Language Arts Consultant 2006

Buckner, A. (2005). Notebook know-how. Portland, Maine: Stenhouse. Culham, R. (2003). 6 + 1 traits of writing. Toronto: Scholastic. Fletcher, R. (1993). What a Writer Needs. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). Fletcher, R., & Portalupi, J. (1998). Craft Lessons: Teaching Writing K-8. Markham, Ontario: Pembroke Publishers. Fletcher, R., & Portalupi, J. (2001). Writing Workshop: The Essential Guide. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). Graves, D. (1994). A Fresh look at Writing. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). Lane, B. (1993). After the End: Teaching and Learning Creative Revision. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). Portalupi, J., & Fletcher, R. (2001). Nonfiction Craft Lessons: Teaching Information Writing K-8. Markham, Ontario: Pembroke Publishers. Rhodes, L. K., & Dudley-Marling, C. (1988). Readers and Writers with a Difference: A holistic approach to teaching learning disabled and remedial students. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). Snowball, D., & Bolton, F. (1999). Spelling K-8: Planning and Teaching. York, Maine: Stenhouse Publishers (Scholastic). Strickland, D., Ganske, K., & Monroe, J. (2002). Supporting Struggling Readers and Writers. Newark, Delaware: International Reading Association. Wilde, J. (1993). A Door Opens: Writing in Fifth Grade. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (Pearson Education). {Woodray, 1999 #3}

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