Literacy Consultant, Professional Development Provider, and Writer.

Publications

Publication of Doctoral Dissertation

“Boys will be boys…” An investigation into the multiple literacies and literacy clubs third grade boys negotiate in their classroom communities.  Doctoral dissertation successfully defended on February 10, 2003 and accepted as complete on March 7th, 2003 by the Reading, Language, and Cognition Department, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY. Dissertation Database.

Boys Will Be Boys? Bridging the Great Gendered Literacy Divide - Written by Linda S BauschBooks

Bausch, L. (2014). Boys will be boys? Bridging the Great Gendered Literacy Divide. Sense Publishers, Netherlands.

Bausch, L. (2014). Reading Fundamentals 7th & 8th Grade Units of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., New York, NY.

Bausch, L. (2013). Writing Fundamentals 6-8 Units of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., New York, NY.

Bausch, L. (2009). Writing Fundamentals 6-8 Units of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., New York, NY.

Bausch, L. (2007). Writing Fundamentals 2-3 Units of Study. In Schoolwide Inc: New York,
NY.

Unit of Study in Books

Bausch, L. (2014). Reading Fundamentals, 6/8 Fiction Unit of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., Writing Fundamentals, NY: New York.

  • Non-Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 6)
  • Non-Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 7)
  • Non-Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 8)

Bausch, L. (2014). Reading Fundamentals, 6/8 Fiction Unit of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., Writing Fundamentals, NY: New York.

  • Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 6)
  • Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 7)
  • Fiction Unit of Study (Grade 8)

Bausch, L. (2009). Writing Fundamentals, 6/8 Unit of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc., Writing Fundamentals, NY: New York.

  • How Writers Work (Grade 6)
  • How Writers Work (Grade 7)
  • How Writers Work (Grade 8)
  • Feature Article Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Personal Narrative Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Memoir Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Literary Essay (Narrative) Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Persuasive Essay Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Revision Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Multi-Genre Memoir Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Photo Essay Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)
  • Book Review Unit of Study (Grade 6-8)

Bausch, L. (2008). Writing Fundamentals, 2/3 Unit of Study. In Schoolwide, Inc. Writing Fundamentals, NY: New York.

  • How Writers Work (Grade 2)
  • How Writers Work (Grade 3)
  • Multi-Genre Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Poetry Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Personal Narrative Unit of Study
  • Literary Nonfiction Unit of Study
  • Author Study: Patricia Polacco Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Author Study: Gail Gibbons Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Letter Writing Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Folktales, Fables and Fairy Tales Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Biography Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)
  • Touchstone Texts Unit of Study (Grades 2 & 3)

High-School-Students-Studying-600pixEssay in Book(s)

Bausch, L. (2003). Just words: Terry’s story. In J. Parks (Ed.) Antidote – The Handbook of Emotional Literacy. (pp. 9-10) United Kingdom: David Fulton.

Journal Article Publications (Referred)

Bausch, L. (2012). Without a Word: An examination of third grade boys’ Insider and Outsider participatory negotiation of multiple literacy clubs. The Journal of Language and Literacy Education 8(2). GA: University of Georgia.

Bausch, L. (2010). To Read or Not to Read … Pediatrics for Parents: The children’s medical Journal for parents. 25 (11 & 12). Scientific American Online.

Bausch, L. (2010). The Power of Teachers’ Writing Stories: Exploring multiple layers of reflective inquiry in writing process education. The Journal of Language and Literacy Education 6 (1), GA: University of Georgia.

Bausch, L., & Voorhees, S. (2008). Retrospective discourse discussions: How teacher talk enables one novice literacy teacher to make sense of complex teaching problems. The Teacher Educator. 43(2). N.Y: Routledge, Taylor Francis Group.

Bausch, L. (2007) Boy Talk Around Texts: Considering how a 3rd grade boy transforms the
shape of literacy in book talk discussions. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy.. 7 (2), 199-218,) U.K., Sage Publications.

Voorhees, S., Bausch, L., & Inserra, A. (2007). The validation of the literacy representations survey: A tool for assessing reading and writing affect. Journal of Reading Education. 32(3) 28-35. International Reading Association

Bausch, L., Voorhees, S., & Inserra A.,(2006). Examining the role of the literacy practicum in transforming literacy representations: A symbolic interaction perspective. Journal of Reading Education, V32, (1), International Reading Association.

Bausch, L. (2003). Just words: Living and learning the literacies of our students’ lives. Language Arts, 8, 215-22. National Council of Teachers of English

Bausch, L. (2001). The story of their lives: Understanding our students’ literacy practices and events. Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice. 14 (3) 16-24.

Bausch, L. (2000). The Perfect Reading Classroom: A dream of the ideal literacy environment. The Reading Teacher. 53, 511. International Reading Association

College Students StudyingJournal Article (Referred) Under Review

Bausch, L. & Voorhees, S. (2014). Creating a Professional Habit of Mind Through Collaborative, Professional Inquiry. Teaching & Teacher Education: An international journal of research and studies. Elsevier Publishers: Amsterdam.

Journal Articles (Non-referred-Invited) 2009

Bausch, L. (2009) Expert Advice for Emerging Readers. Education.com http: www.Education.com (retrieved 3/12/09)

Book Reviews

Bausch, L. (2007) Becoming Literate in the City: The Baltimore Early Childhood Project. Mind Culture & Activity: An international journal. 14(4). Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, NJ.

Bausch, L. (2003) Literacy as a Moral Imperative: Facing the challenges of a pluralistic society. Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice. 16 (2) 60-61.

Bausch, L. (1999). Critical Pedagogy: Notes from the Real World. Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice. 12 (3) 73-75.

Invited Book Prospectus Review

Bausch, L. (2011). Conducting Teacher Research with Families and in Communities, (Compton-Lilly, C., Flessner, R., Crowley, C., Peck, S.) Teachers College Press, New York, NY.

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