92 pages, soft cover

This book includes practical strategies, graphic organizers, and templates for teaching paragraphs and basic essays, and it is appropriate for educators of grades 5-12.

Designed for teachers who work with students who have difficulty with writing and expressive language skills, Writing provides practical strategies for teaching writing by scaffolding the five-step writing process. It also includes chapters on writing across the curriculum, peer learning, and portfolio assessment.

Original text funded by the State Street Foundation.

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About the Author

Jean Gudaitis Tarricone

Jean Gudaitis Tarricone, M.Ed., was a teacher and department head at the Landmark School. In her time at Landmark, she served as the language arts department head on the high school campus and the co-director of the expressive language program. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bates College, and a master’s degree in moderate special needs from Boston College. Jean lectures nationally on the topics of expository writing and study skills, and she has consulted in the development of remedial programs for other schools.

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