Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
Workshop 6: Responding to Writing: Teacher to Student
Note: For more resources related to conferencing and responding, consult "Additional Resources" for Workshop 7: "Responding to Writing: Peer to Peer."
Anderson, Carl. How's It Going? A Practical Guide to Conferring With Student Writers. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2000. ISBN: 032500224X.
Atwell, Nancie. In the Middle: New Understanding About Writing, Reading, and Learning. 2nd Edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1998. ISBN: 0867093749.
Bardine, Bryan A. et al. "Beyond the Red Pen: Clarifying Our Role in the Response Process." English Journal 90.1 (September 2000): 94-101.
Bissex, Glenda L. "Writing Conferences: Alternatives to the Red
Pencil." Learning (November 1982): 74-77.
Crone-Blevins, Deborah. "The Art of Response." English Journal 91.6 (July 2002): 93-98.
Elbow, Peter. "High Stakes and Low States in Assigning and Responding to Writing." New Directions for Teaching and Learning (Spring 1997): 5.
Ferris, Dana R. Response to Student Writing: Implications for Second Language Students. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003.
Freedman, Sarah, with Cynthia Greenleaf. Response to Student Writing. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1987. ISBN: 080583656X.
Gilbert, Mike. "Responding to Writers: What I Value." English Journal 79.5 (September 1990): 49-52.
Glasswell, Kathryn, Judy M. Parr, and Stuart McNaughton. "Four Ways To Work Against Yourself When Conferencing With Struggling Writers." Language Arts 80.4 (March 2003): 291-298.
Graves, Donald. "Six Guideposts to a Successful Writing Conference." Learning (November 1982): 76-77.
Graves, Donald. Writing: Teachers and Children at Work: 20th Anniversary Edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2003. ISBN: 0325005257.
Hansen, Jane. "Authors Respond to Authors." Language Arts, 60 (November/December 1983): 970-976.
Hodges, Elizabeth. "Negotiating the Margins: Some Principles for Responding to Our Students' Writing, Some Strategies for Helping Students Read Our Comments." New Directions for Teaching and Learning (Spring 1997): 77.
Jago, Carol. "Responding to Student Writing: Keep Pedaling." Voices From the Middle 9.1 (September 2001): 56-58.
Kaufman, Douglas. Conferences & Conversations: Listening to the Literate Classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2000. ISBN: 0325002711.
King, Thomas and Mary Flynn, eds. Dynamics of the Writing Conference: Social and Cognitive Interaction. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1993. ISBN: 9993876623.
Kirby, Dan, Tom Liner, and Ruth Vinz. Inside Out: Developmental Strategies for Teaching Writing. 2nd Edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988. ISBN: 0867092254.
Murray, Donald. A Writer Teaches Writing. 2nd Edition. Boston, MA: Houghton-Mifflin, 1985. ASIN: 0395354412.
Ray, Katie Wood and Lester L. Laminack. The Writing Workshop: Working Through the Hard Parts (And They're All Hard Parts). Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2001. ISBN: 0814113176.
Rief, Linda. Seeking Diversity: Language Arts With Adolescents. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1992. ISBN: 0435085980.
Romano, Tom. Clearing the Way: Working With Teenage Writers. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1987. ISBN: 0435084399.
Russell, Connie. "Putting Research Into Practice: Conferring With Young Writers." Language Arts 60.3 (March 1983): 333-340.
Thomason, Tommy. Writer to Writer: How To Conference Young Writers. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon, 1998. ISBN: 092684279X.
Wilde, Jack. A Door Opens: Writing in Fifth Grade. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1993.ISBN: 0435087614.
Zemelman, Steve and Harvey Daniels. A Community of Writers: Teaching Writing in the Junior and Senior High School. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988. ISBN: 0435084631.