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ISBN:0872072746
Author: Leslie McClain-Ruelle,Kathleen Buss
ISBN13: 978-0872072749
Title: Creating a Classroom Newspaper
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Language: English
Category: Education
Publisher: Intl Literacy Assn; 1st edition (July 1, 2000)
Pages: 104

Creating a Classroom Newspaper by Leslie McClain-Ruelle,Kathleen Buss



Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: McClain-Ruelle, Leslie. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Creating a classroom newspaper, Kathleen Buss and Leslie McClain-Ruelle.

Creating a Classroom Newspaper. Author: Kathleen Buss,Leslie McClain-Ruelle. Publisher: International Reading Assn. Based on the premise that students can learn a great deal by reading and writing a newspaper, this book was created by preservice instructors to teach upper elementary students (grades 3-5) newspaper concepts, journalism, and how to write newspaper articles

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Use newspaper concepts to help students integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines as they write about current events and the lives of others in an unbiased and accurate way. This book was created by preservice instructors to teach upper elementary students (grades 3-5) newspaper concepts, journalism, and how to write newspaper articles

Great Deal By Reading And Writing . .by Kathleen Buss, Leslie McClain-Ruelle. Newspaper Concepts, Journalism, And How To Write Newspaper Articles. Exercises Aimed At Developing Different Reading Skills. TYPE : PDF. Download Now.

Creating a Classroom Newspaper Kathleen Buss, Leslie McClain-Ruelle International Reading Association, 2000. com/author/Kathleen Buss. htm last update: 2/16/2019. A newspaper offers an array of teaching opportunities that fall in a variety of viable career fields. From journalism to graphic design, creating a classroom newspaper can help your students learn valuable skills that can be useful in many different career choices. The goal is to have the entire class participate in the creation of a single newspaper. This will be a group effort, not an individual effort. How Long Will It Take? Creating a classroom newspaper that is incorporated as part of your normal lesson plans will take time.

Use newspaper concepts to help students integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines as they write about current events and the lives of others in an unbiased and accurate way. This book was created by preservice instructors to teach upper elementary students (grades 3-5) newspaper concepts, journalism, and how to write newspaper articles. Based on the Newspaper in Education program--a cooperative venture between newspaper publishers and schools that offers newspaper activities to teach reading and contents skills and strategies--the book takes the concept further and incorporates a focus on writing. Your students will learn about the organizational structure of news stories; writing different types of news articles; using quotes and figurative language; interviewing; and revising, editing, and composing a newspaper. As you go through this book, you'll enjoy the "newspaper look" of its pages, the informal tone of its language, and its rich offering of lesson plans, activities, sample worksheets, terms, and resource lists that you and your students can use to create your own classroom newspaper.