Read, Write, and Talk (Video)

A Practice to Enhance Comprehension

Reading is a social act. We all love to talk about what we read, whether sharing the latest novel with a friend, reacting to an outrageous editorial with a colleague, or exploring a picture book with a child. Kids are no different—when they have opportunities to think and talk about their reading, they explode with thoughts, questions, and ideas. Read, Write, and Talk provides a framework for reading, merging thinking with the information, recording thoughts, and talking about what has been read.

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Reading is a social act. We all love to talk about what we read, whether sharing the latest novel with a friend, reacting to an outrageous editorial with a colleague, or exploring a picture book with a child. Kids are no different—when they have opportunities to think and talk about their reading, they explode with thoughts, questions, and ideas. Read, Write, and Talk provides a framework for reading, merging thinking with the information, recording thoughts, and talking about what h...read more

About the Author(s)

Stephanie Harvey is a regular presenter and keynote speaker at conferences. She speaks on reading comprehension; active literacy; nonfiction reading; writing and research; inquiry based learning; reading and writing workshop; and the role of passion, wonder, and engagement in teaching and learning. 

Anne Goudvis has been a classroom teacher, staff developer, and adjunct professor of reading and social studies. For the past ten years, she has worked at the Denver-based Public Education and Business Coalition as a staff developer and co-director of the Library Power project, a national initiative to improve teaching and learning in libraries and classrooms.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Summary
  • Segment 1: Setting the Stage: Engage the Kids 2:45-7:45 (4:55)
  • Segment 2: Modeling: Make Thinking Visible 7:45-13:30 (5:50)
  • Segment 3: Guided Practice: Respond in Writing 13:30-19:25 (5:54)
  • Segment 4: Wrapping Up: Share Thinking 19:25-22:45 (3:20)
  • Segment 5: Independent Practice: Choose Text and Respond 22:45-28:25 (5:40)
  • Segment 6: Whole-Group Share 28:25-31:31 (3:06)
  • Segment 7: A Conversation with Colleagues 31:31-37:23 (6:01)
  • Read, Write, and Talk- What’s Next
  • Bibliography
  • Double Entry Observation Form
  • Kids’ Work Samples

Product Details

Grade Range: 2-8
Media: 30 minutes, 1 disc + viewing guide
Year: 2004
Item No: 0460
ISBN: 978-157110-460-1

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