Thursday, June 19, 2014

Stenhouse resources

"Teaching grammar has been the thorn in the writing workshop side since its inception. It seems to be the one part of grammar we can quite get right---possibly because we still think of grammar as a separate subject."

This excerpt above comes from a post by Amy Buckner at the Stenhouse Summer Blogstitute 2014. To read more, click here. 

While this blog is certainly an advertising opportunity for Stenhouse, it's also a chance to learn.
Teaching grammar has been the thorn in the writing workshop side since its inception. It seems to be the one part of writing we can’t quite get right—possibly because we still think of grammar as a separate subject. Many teachers have writing workshop and grammar scheduled at two different times during the day. Other teachers have a day where they teach grammar instead of writing workshop. And then there are those who think that if kids are writing, they’ll pick up the grammar naturally. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf
Welcome to the first post of our 2014 Summer Blogstitute! We kick off our series with a post by Aimee Buckner on teaching grammar. Aimee is working on a book about the topic (yay!) and here she shares her thoughts on where, how, and when to approach this important topic. Aimee’s most recent book is Nonfiction Notebooks. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win a package of free Stenhouse books from our Blogstitute contributors. That’s eight free books! You can also head over the the Stenhouse website and use code BLOG to receive 20% off and free shipping on your order. - See more at: http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/06/16/blogstitute-post-1-aimee-buckner-on-grammar/#sthash.MIdZLcNo.dpuf

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