"Young children need control over the various types of nonfiction texts. They need to take these into their lives. In these DVDs, we and other master teachers, model powerful ways to achieve this with real children in real classrooms."
-Tony Stead and Linda Hoyt
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Through these instructional DVDs, Tony Stead and Linda Hoyt model the minilessons and extended writing units in their Explorations in Nonfiction Writing series. Live-from-the-classroom video footage lets you eavesdrop on Tony and Linda as they, and other master teachers, teach primary students how to craft informative and engaging nonfiction texts.
In this two DVD set, Linda and Tony:
* demonstrate the planning and the payoffs involved in teaching extended writing units
* illustrate how to use Power Writes to explore subject-specific concepts and academic vocabulary
* model ready-to-use cross-curricular writing strategies
* show ways to support young writers as they work with a range of research and recording techniques
* describe how to guide students through the complete research-to-presentation writing process
* offer craft lessons that lift the quality of student writing.
Offering rich opportunities for group analysis and discussion, these DVDs are ideally suited to support professional learning communities.
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When Linda Hoyt is asked what people should know about her professional career, she is often heard to say, "I'm a teacher. That will always be the heart of my professional work." Though she spent many years as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, curriculum developer, staff developer, and Title I District Coordinator, Linda's passion will always center around vigorous and engaging classrooms where teachers and children learn together. This passion for vigorous and engaged learning has led Linda to create twenty-four professional books and video programs, plus numerous instructional resources for children. A few titles from her multidimensional list of Heinemann publications include Revisit, Reflect, Retell; Make It Real; Interactive Read-Alouds; Solutions for Reading Comprehension; and her newest resources, Explorations in Nonfiction Writing and Crafting Nonfiction. Three of her popular Heinemann video programs include Nonfiction Writing (one for primary and one for intermediate) and Navigating Informational Texts. Linda is a full-time author, consultant, and highly requested speaker at conferences throughout the United States, in Canada, and in Australia. Linda and her husband, Steve, live in the mountains of central Oregon where they enjoy outdoor activities and the high-desert climate. Read more from Linda's most recent blogs here: - Just Do It! Informational Writing in the Primary Grades - Guided Writing, Part 1 - Guided Writing, Part 2 - Reading For Life by Laura Robb - Strategies for Teaching Nonfiction Writing (Grades K - 2 3 - 5) Listen to an interview with Linda Hoyt on Education Talk Radio - 11/09/2011 (35:58) Writing - Explorations in Nonfiction Writing - Crafting Nonfiction - Primary and Intermediate - Nonfiction writing DVDs, K-2, 3-5 - "plus pack" at each grade level Reading - Interactive Read Alouds - K-1, 2-3, 4-5 Professional Books: - Make it Real - Revisit, Reflect, Retell Professional Development Services - Online PD: Strategies for Teaching Nonfiction Writing, grades K-2 and 3-5 - Onsite PD: Making Sense of Informational Texts - Onsite PD: Explorations in Nonfiction Writing - Onsite PD: Time-Tested Strategies for Teaching Comprehension - DVD: Nonfiction Study Staff Development Bundle - DVD: Literacy Mini-lessons staff development bundle
Tony Stead has taught at both the elementary and university level and is the author of several publications on teaching reading and writing, including Is That a Fact?: Teaching Nonfiction Writing K - 3; Reality Checks: Teaching Reading Comprehension with Nonfiction K - 5; Good Choice!: Supporting Independent Reading and Response K - 6; and Should There Be Zoos?: A Persuasive Text. He is also the author of two video series: Time for Nonfiction and Bridges to Independence: Guided Reading with Nonfiction.
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