Organizing for literacy [electronic resource] / by Linda J. Dorn
- Dorn, Linda J.
- Portland, ME : Stenhouse Publishers, 1999.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (117 min.)
- Additional Creators:
- Blome, Ron, Soffos, Carla, and Treat, Teresa A.
- Language Note:
- "Organizing for Literacy" is a professional development series for implementing a balanced early literacy program based on apprenticeship theory. When used in conjunction with the book Apprenticeship in Literacy, the series presents a complete early literacy resource, with the option of using individual videos to focus on a specific area of need. The programs illustrate the reciprocal nature of teaching and learning across a range of reading and writing events. Each program is designed to allow you to view it in its entirety or to focus on specific literacy components. The accompanying Viewing Guide is structured to promote the analysis of teaching and learning interactions during these components. The videos can also be cross-referenced for evidence of how the same children are applying their knowledge, skills, and strategies across a range of reading, writing, and word-building activities. Since this is an important principle of apprenticeship literacy, a chart for cross-referencing teaching segments across the four programs is included at the end of the viewing guide.
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- Audience Notes:
- For teachers of Primary students.
- Originally released as DVD.
Title from resource description page (viewed Apr. 29, 2011).
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