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Sketching stories, stretching minds

responding visually to literature

by Phyllis Whitin

  • 183 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Heinemann in Portsmouth, NH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Drawing -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Reader-response criticism.,
  • English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Elementary)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-137).

    StatementPhyllis Whitin ; [foreword by Jerome C. Harste].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1576 .W486283 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 137 p. :
    Number of Pages137
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL803655M
    ISBN 10043508870X
    LC Control Number95040134
    OCLC/WorldCa33244264

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Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds focuses primarily on Whitin's experiences with an academically talented class of seventh graders. Whitin adds that students of all abilities and varying grade levels have responded well to her by: The written descriptions are quite eloquent and detailed, successfully making the case that sketching is a method that works in the teaching of literature.

Whitin's book should be included on every educator's bookshelf. —Language Arts. Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds captures the power of young people's visual responses to literature.

Working in a community of learners, Phyllis Whitin encouraged her students to respond to their readings through sketched interpretations. Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds captures the power of young people's visual responses to literature.

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Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds: Responding Visually to Literature. Whitin, Phyllis This book captures the power of young people's visual responses to by: Sketching Sketching stories, Stretching Minds captures the power of young people's visual responses to literature.

Working in a community of learners, Phyllis Whitin encouraged her students to respond to their readings through sketched interpretations. Stretching Stories, Stretching Minds. Phyllis Whitin. Portsmouth: Heinemann (), Illus., pp., softcover, $ This book could assist in encouraging Sketching stories use and in emphasizing the learning that occurs from the process of drawing.

Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds: Responding Visually to Literature: : Phyllis Whitin: Books4/5(1). because the traditional sketching techniques often go way beyond the tool itself and into the mind and body of the artist. To me, this is the only way to learn and to master pencil sketching.

Pencil sketching is the door to all other drawing media, and good pencil sketching skills lay the foundation for a good Size: 6MB.

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Amazon reviews out of 5 stars ( customer reviews) Amazon UK reviews out Reviews: Summary: Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds captures the power of young people's visual responses to literature. Working in a community of learners, Phyllis Whitin encouraged her students to respond to their readings through sketched interpretations.

Sketching and Drawing 35 Drawing from internal reality includes drawing from memories. It could be a past event activity. The other type is to draw from imagination. Many verbal or non-verbal ideas keep coming to our mind.

Sometimes such ideas are highly creative in quality and we can see them very vividly before our mind’s eye. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds: Responding Visually to Literature at Read honest and /5.

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If you’ve got kids ages 6–9, I hope you’ll give it a read and I’d love to hear what you : Jason Zimdars. This time be sure to show the illustrations as you read the book aloud. Your students will be, “OOOOOH-ing" and “AHHHH-ing" as they compare their mental pictures to the illustrations in the book.

Rereading the story while showing the illustrations is sure to spark new conversations. Lauren Stringer's illustrations are really beautiful. Practice Sketch-To-Stretch during a whole-class read aloud or Guided Reading lesson by having students choose to draw a scene or passage, a “most important moment” from the text, or by asking students to choose a character and portray him/her non-representationally (e.g., using color, shape, and visual symbols).

The Dynamic Bible book signed with an original sketch by Peter Han. In this limited Tier you will also receive a 8"x10" print, and an original drawing of my choice on a piece of "x11" piece of cover stock paper. In this upper tier, you will get to work Missing: stretching minds. Ethan has stretched his ideas into over children’s books and a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award, an Emmy-nominated animated TV series, his most epic children’s book series to date coming in Springa high-profile (and secret!) project with PBS KIDS launching in Januaryand a consistently high-paying career as a visual artist.

The tale of her work is told in a book entitled Sketching Stories, Stretching Minds () and documents the significant growth students made in her class relative to reading. I’ve also seen Sketch to Stretch used much less effectively.

In this video, I will show you my daily sketching routine, as well as give you ideas and drawing tips for any beginner! As part of my goal to becoming a better artist, I do this sketching routine.As a pre-reading activity, Sketch-to-Stretch is a strategy that helps students connect with prior knowledge.

Students sketch ideas that show what they know about a topic featured in an upcoming selection. 2. Invite students to write captions (words. It is often well to have several standard sizes for sketch sheets, one small enough to slip into the pocket, and one or two larger sizes.

Drawing paper of the Imperial size of 22 in. x 30 in. can be cut without waste to several convenient proportions, such as 15 in. x 22 in., 11 in. x 15 in. and 7½ in. x 11 in.5/5(1).