In the Sixth Edition, Carole Cox demonstrates how to work within a student-and response-centered approach to literature-based teaching in today's culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms.
Renowned for its authoritative, comprehensive coverage of the contemporary language arts classroom, the sixth edition of Teaching Language Arts provides a balance of student-centered and teacher-directed instruction that includes many examples from today's classrooms. The sixth edition stays on the cutting edge with new snapshots of real teachers that bring the content to life for students, and fresh, thought-provoking lesson plans and teaching ideas.
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Renowned for its authoritative, comprehensive coverage of the contemporary language arts classroom, the sixth edition of Teaching Language Arts provides a balance of student-centered and teacher-directed instruction that includes many examples from today's classrooms.
The Sixth Edition Continues to Garner Praise From Your Colleagues:
“I appreciate attention to all of the English Language Arts communication areas, model lessons, and links to standards. It just keeps getting better and better over time, which is a credit to the author.”
-Mary F. Heller, Kansas State University
“It includes information on emergent biliteracy and on ELL in more depth than other textbooks I have previewed. “
-Colleen Walker, Fayette State University
“The textbook does a fine job of emphasizing research-based best practices and an integrated approach to language arts instruction. This text provides practical teaching ideas that students can read today and put to use tomorrow.”
-Adriana L. Medina, University of Miami
“It is well organized and has a greater emphasis on writing, writing across the curriculum, ELL, and technology than any other language arts text I’ve seen recently. I think the author has made a tremendous effort to make the connection between language arts and other areas of curriculum explicit and natural.”
- Wanda L. Calvert, Clemson University
What’s new in the sixth edition?
Carole Cox, Ph.D., teaches at California State University, Long Beach where she was named the Outstanding Professor in 2001. She taught elementary school in Los Angeles and Madison, Wisconsin. Students she taught in 3rd-5th grades in the 1960's and 70's and others who participated in a Shakespeare for Children summer program she created in Madison held a reunion for her in 2005 and the Mayor of Madison declared July 2, 2005 Carole Cox Day. Her publications include a textbook Teaching language arts: A student-centered classroom, 6th ed. (Pearson Teacher Education and Development, 2008), and a new book with co-presenter Paul Boyd-Batstone, Engaging English learners: Exploring literature, developing literacy, and differnetiating instsruction (Pearson Teacher Education and Development , 2009), among others. Her research has focused on children's stance towards literature from a reader-response perspective.
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