Oh, Yeah?!



Because everything is an argument In this book, we ll argue that you can teach the writing of argument so that students will not only exceed the Common Core State Standards, but also be prepared for a future as students and citizens Michael Smith, Jeffrey Wilhelm, and James Fredricksen The Common Core State Standards are an argument that students ability to write sound arguments on substantive topics and issues is critical to college and career readiness This book is an argument Oh, Yeah will persuade you that it is an ideal resource for helping you teach argument writing to adolescents And not just any arguments, but the kinds of substantive ones the real world demands We believe, write Michael Smith, Jeffrey Wilhelm, and James Fredricksen, that instruction directed to improve student performance on standards based assessments MUST be the most powerful and engaging instruction we can possibly offer To that end they fill Oh, Yeah with proven lessons for writing, reading, and discussing arguments that you can use right now In addition, they provide ideas for how to create instructional contexts that maximize the power of those lessons through a compelling framework that will help you create your own lessons and units in the future Life may be a series of arguments, but your decision about how to teach argument writing needn t be complicated Trust Smith, Wilhelm, and Fredricksen, use Oh, Yeah in your classroom, and give students an argument for meeting and exceeding the Common Core standards. Best Read Oh, Yeah?! [ author ] Michael W. Smith [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – tiffanydaniels.co.ukOh, Yeah?!

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  • Paperback
  • 163 pages
  • Oh, Yeah?!
  • Michael W. Smith
  • English
  • 24 January 2018
  • 032504290X

10 thoughts on “Oh, Yeah?!

  1. says:

    This may be one of the worst book titles out there, but it s a fantastic book When paired with Hillocks book Teaching Argument, I think there is no better way for English teachers today to start thinking about what...

  2. says:

    Only had the chance to read parts of this, so I can t give a complete review, but generally was not impressed enough to buy it for myself It is very good for helping people rethink what argument is, but didn t give me enough practical application ideas for me to have patience with it.

  3. says:

    Claim Oh Yeah is a valuable tool for teachers of any content area who want to improve their teaching of argument.Data What Makes You Say So The authors are education research rock stars Chapters of explanation and chapters of practical, class ready activities Wide margins that welcome notes and ideas Strong, explicit ties to the CCSS After implementing ideas from this book, my students argumentation skills improved It s a lot of information in a little space no fluffWarrant So Wh Claim Oh Yeah is a valuable tool for teachers of any content area who want to improve their teaching of argument.Data What Makes You Say So The authors are education research rock stars Chapters of explanation and chapters of practical, class ready activities Wide margins that welcome notes and ideas Strong, explicit ties to the CCSS After implementing ideas from this ...

  4. says:

    Jeff is one of my favorite authors and presenters for secondary language arts teachers and the common core This is one of his latest books on argument and it does not disappoint I am a true fan of his wo...

  5. says:

    As a standalone piece, this book would be amazing However, having read and extensively used Get It Done from this series, the amount of repeat information felt a little underwhelming Still a great tool for teaching.

  6. says:

    I think I d rate this a 4.5 if that option were there Lots of really good information about teaching argument effectively in here Sometimes almost too much I felt a little rushed, pressured, pushed hmmm Maybe that was the argument

  7. says:

    Wow, great book to help teachers think about the value of argument and how to teach it Excellent teacher read Great job Jim, Michael and Jeff

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