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Year in Review: The Heinemann Professional Books of 2016, Part 1



reading-science_3h6a8068Reading Science: Practical Strategies for Integrating Instruction

By Jennifer Altieri

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Roz Linder's Big Book of DetailsThe Big Book of Details: 46 Moves for Teaching Writers to Elaborate

by Rozlyn Linder

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3CommonCoreWritingBook_SM_H6A9589The Common Core Writing Book: Lessons for a Range of Tasks, Purposes, and Audiences

by Gretchen Owocki

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esl-teaching_sm_6105ESL Teaching: Principles for Success

by Yvonne S. Freeman and David E. Freeman, Mary Soto, Ann Ebe

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More about Authors_SM_6108More About the Authors: Authors and Illustrators Mentor Our Youngest Writers

by Lisa B. Cleaveland

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nonfiction4ms_sm_mg5d3642Nonfiction for Middle School: A Sentence-Composing Approach

by Don and Jenny Killgallon

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Purposeful Play_MG5D3767Purposeful Play: A Teacher's Guide to Igniting Deep & Joyful Play Across the Day

By Kristine Mraz, Alison Porcelli, and Cheryl Tyler

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from-inquiry-to-action_sm_mg5d3722From Inquiry to Action: Civic Engagement with Project-Based Learning in All Content Areas

By Steven Zemelman

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diy-lit-6-8DIY Literacy: Teaching Tools for Differentiation, Rigor, and Independence

by Kate Roberts and Maggie Beattie Roberts

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TextandLessons_MG5D6561Texts and Lessons for Content-Area Writing

by Nancy Steineke and Harvey "Smokey" Daniels

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mathematical-thinking_sm_mg5d3808Mathematical Thinking and Communication: Access for English Learners

by Mark Driscoll, Johannah Nikula, Jill Neumayer DePiper

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flipyour-writing-workshop_mg5d9869Flip Your Writing Workshop: A Blended Learning Approach

by Dana Johansen and Sonja Cherry-Paul

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JourneyIsEverything_1The Journey is Everything: Teaching Essays That Students Want to Write for People Who Want to Read Them

by Katherine Bomer

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celebrating-diversity_sm_mg5d9706Celebrating Diversity Through Language Study: A New Approach to Grammar Lessons

by Jen McCreight

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readingtolearnforels_mg5d6599Reading to Learn for ELs: Motivation Practices and Comprehension Strategies for Informational Texts

by Ana M. Taboada Barber

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NNTBT_NoMoreReading4Junk_1No More Reading for Junk: Best Practices for Motivating Readers (a Not This But That series book)

by Barbara A. Marinak and Linda B. Gambrell

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NTBT_NoMoreReading_2No More Reading Instruction without Differentiation (a Not This But That series book) by Lynn Geronemus Bigelman and Debra S. Peterson


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