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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeffrey D Wilhelm; Michael W Smith; James E Fredricksen
|Description:||xiv, 253 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Laying the foundation --
Thinking about the structures behind informational and explanatory texts --
Five kinds of knowledge: the foundation of understanding and expertise --
Five kinds of composing: making informational texts and making them matter --
The process and practical context of inquiry --
Naming and listing: prerequisites for problem solving and performing the possible --
Getting to the point: the process and promise of summary --
Getting oriented and directed: description and process description/explanation --
Divining and defining: what's the big definition? --
Comparing and contrasting: but what's the difference? --
Classification: the most powerful thought pattern in the world? --
Problem-solution and cause-effect: so what's the problem? --
Bringing it all together: working toward opportunity and possibility.
|Series Title:||Exceeding the common core state standards|
|Responsibility:||Jeffrey D. Wilhelm, Michael W. Smith, James E. Fredricksen.|
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