Get It Done!: Writing and Analyzing Informational Texts to Make Things Happen by Jeffrey D Wilhelm - PDF free download eBook

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Informational texts arent just for school Even if the CCSS are not adopted in your state, the theory and instruction we present is devoted to developing not only competence in literacy, but competence in life. -Jeffrey Wilhelm, Michael Smith, and...

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Informational texts arent just for school Even if the CCSS are not adopted in your state, the theory and instruction we present is devoted to developing not only competence in literacy, but competence in life. -Jeffrey Wilhelm, Michael Smith, and James Fredricksen Informational texts arent just for school. They are a real-world tool for making things happen.

Similarly, the Common Core State Standards for writing are designed to help adolescents be prepared for the world outside the classroom. Thats why Jeffrey Wilhelm, Michael Smith, and James Fredricksen wrote Get It Done! So that once kids leave school, theyll have the skills, know-how, and agency to do work that matters by composing nonfiction texts-and so that their teachers have a clear-cut set of strategies for instruction in informational genres.

Naming and listing, summarizing, describing, defining, comparing and contrasting, classifying, identifying cause-effect relationships, exploring problem-solution situations-Get It Done! will both help you teach all these types of informational texts engagingly and effectively, while explicitly connecting your work to the Common Core State Standards. Help your students Get It Done! We think that through effective instruction, the goals of the CCSS and much more can be met, write Wilhelm, Smith, and Fredricksen.

More important we want the work we and our students do to matter.

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Wilhelm is coauthor with Michael Smith and James Fredricksen of Get It Done!; Oh, Yeah?!; and So, Whats the Story?. Jeff has cowritten or coedited four other Heinemann books, Going with the Flow, Reading Dont Fix No Chevys, Strategic Reading, and Imagining to Learn. For Chevys he and coauthor Jeff Wilhelm received the NCTE David H.

Russell Award for Distinguished Research in the Teaching of English. Jeff is an internationally-known teacher, author, and presenter. He is driven by a desside the classroom.

Thats why Jeffrey Wilhelm, Michael Smith, and James Fredricksen wrote Get It Done! So that once kids leave school, theyll have the skills, know-how, and agency to do work that matters by composing nonfiction texts-and so that their teachers have a clear-cut set of strategies for instruction in informational genres. Naming and listing, summarizing, describing, defining, comparing and contrasting, classifying, identifying cause-effect relationships, exploring problem-solution situations-Get It Done! will both help you teach all these types of informational texts engagingly and effectively, while explicitly connecting your work to the Common Core State Standards.

Help your students Get It Done! We think that through effective instruction, the goals of the CCSS and much more can be met, write Wilhelm, Smith, and Fredricksen. More important we want the work we and our students do to matter.

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