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From Texting to Teaching : Grammar Instruction in a Digital Age

Hyler, Jeremy   Hicks, Troy   Kolb, Liz (FRW)

Routledge 2017/05
134 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138949270
装丁違いISBN: 1138949280
KCN: 1027096388
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KDC: C312 教育工学・遠隔教育
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Full Description

Don't blame technology for poor student grammar; instead, use technology intentionally to reach students and actually improve their writing! In this practical book, bestselling authors Jeremy Hyler and Troy Hicks reveal how digital tools and social media - a natural part of students' lives - can make grammar instruction more authentic, relevant, and effective in today's world. Topics Covered: Teaching students to code switch and differentiate between formal and informal sentence styles Using flipped lessons to teach the parts of speech and help students build their own grammar guides Enlivening vocabulary instruction with student-produced video Helping students master capitalization and punctuation in different digital contexts Each chapter contains examples, screenshots, and instructions to help you implement the ideas. With the strategies in this book, you can empower students to become better writers with the tools they already love and use daily. Additional resources and links are available on the book's companion wiki site: textingtoteaching.wikispaces.com

Table of Contents

Notes on the Book Dedication Acknowledgements Meet the Authors Foreword by Liz Kolb Chapter 1 - What's the Matter with the Teaching of Grammar? The Great Grammar Debate, Part 1: 1890s to 1990s The Great Grammar Debate, Part 2: 100 Years and Counting The Great Grammar Debate, Part 3: Here Comes the Common Core Rethinking Grammar Instruction in a Single Year: A Guide to the Rest of the Book Chapter 2: An Approach to Teaching Grammar with Digital Tools What the Research Says: The (Non) Effects of Text Speak Redefining Grammar Instruction in a Digital Age Triple E Framework: Engage, Enhance, Extend Tools of the Trade: Technologies for Digital Grammar Instruction Beginner: Getting Started with Screen Capture, Screencasting, and Annotation Intermediate: Sharing Media and Assessing Students' Understanding Expert: Producing and Publishing More Enriched Media And...We're Off... Ready, Tech, Go! Chapter 3: Learning the Parts of Speech with Flipped Lessons What is Flipping the Classroom, Exactly? Critiques of the Flipped Model Digital Tools for Flipping Grammar Building a Flipped Video Lesson Working Through the Video: Steps for Student Using Flipped Videos from Other Sources Breaking it Down: Pronouns of the Personal Type Before the Flipped Lesson During the Flipped Lesson After the Flipped Lesson Building a Personal Grammar Guide Adverbs and Adjectives Final Thoughts and What's Next Chapter 4: Learning Sentence Style with Formal and Informal Writing Code Switching Compound, Complex, and Complete: Making Sentences Matter Sentence Combining with Lino I Tawt I Taw a Tweet Sentence Sentence Hacking Putting Lexile Leveling to Use for Writers What's Next Chapter 5: Enlivening Vocabulary The Struggle is Real Building Vocabulary with Quizlet Building "Study Sets" in Quizlet Building Toward Assessment with Quizlet Extensions for Quizlet Breathing Life into Vocabulary with Video The Vocabulary Video Assignment Extensions and Adaptations Student Vocabulary Growth Over Time Final Thoughts Chapter 6 - Mastering Mechanics: Capitalization and Punctuation Capitalization The Dreaded Pronoun: "i" Capitalization Extensions The Paradox of Punctuation Taking Time to Pause with a Comma Is it a Period? Is it a Comma? No, it's a Semicolon! Extensions and Adaptations Final Thoughts Chapter 7 - Assessing Grammar in a Digital Age From Texting to Teaching: Four Tips Dealing with Assessments Summative Assessment through Portfolios Student Reflections Students Raise Their Voices: Asking For and Implementing Their Feedback Afterword: Navigating Your Own Grammatical Journey References