Will your students' writing reflect the depth, complexity, and rigor demanded by the Common Core? With "Writing Strategies for the Common Core," you can support students with diverse reading levels by integrating writing instruction with reading comprehension skills. Learn how this unique strategy will let you capitalize on your language arts instructional time by connecting reading and writing in integrated, cross-curricular units. Hands-on and practical, this resource will scaffold the writing process and maintain high expectation levels for your students. With plenty of support for intervention and language learners, your students will become successful writers.

About Hillary Wolfe, M.A.
Hillary Wolfe's background as a writer informed her curriculum as a literacy teacher, and led to the integration of reading and writing instruction in a format that resulted in high pass rates for her students on state tests. Her educational background includes intervention coordinator, ELA instructional coach, and teacher. She has published articles for local and national newspapers and magazines. As an editor and curriculum writer, Hillary's work earned Distinguished Achievement Awards from the AEP. Hillary has provided professional development and program implementation services on the Common Core State Standards, and has presented at national conferences. Hillary earned her Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and currently works as a coordinator for academic intervention supports. Hillary lives in Pasadena, California.

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