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Aukerman, Robert C. This book is intended to help prospective teachers, students in teacher training schools, and in-service teachers to improve high school and junior high school students' reading in their various subject-content classes.
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Many of us teach in schools with diverse populations and those students deserve to see themselves reflected in. .
Many of us teach in schools with diverse populations and those students deserve to see themselves reflected in our classrooms and the books we read. Many of us also teach in schools. The Literary Maven: 14 Novels With Diverse Characters to Recommend to Your Secondary Students. It's a balancing act! How do you balance independent reading and whole novels? ELA teachers often must do both. Here is how ELA Today presents variations and ideas.
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2 right direction, reading in the secondary schools needs a fresh outlook, a silver bullet calling card. Overcoming Teachers' Bias Experience shows that most secondary teachers do not want to be reading teachers. In colleges where secondary reading courses are taught, the same questions should be ad dressed. The answer surely requires examin ing the current texts used for each subject and applying thinking operations to those texts. Their Present and Future ROBERT C. HUTCHINS LOURING the 60's a growing number of educators, especially those in the urban setting, became aware that their schools were.
reading in secondary classrooms over such a long period, or in such a.Each child tests into a book by reading a list of. 20 words from the story. the important lesson for the secondary school student is that text material has to. be organised so that the overall structure is clear.
reading in secondary classrooms over such a long period, or in such a qualitative. way, using a participant observation approach. If the child knows more than 15 words, the book. Since much text material at high school is expository, that is, not stories
By secondary school I mean middle schools, junior high schools, high schools, grades six or seven through .
By secondary school I mean middle schools, junior high schools, high schools, grades six or seven through 12 - that aspect of education. The students I discuss in these pages are in early and late adolescence and the teachers I refer to are those who work with people of this age. These essays deal with topics such as instructional methods, curriculum, evaluation, motivation, discipline, student attitudes and skills, and teaching as a career. I would like you to see this book as a conversation between you and me. I hope you listen carefully to what I have to say. Know what anything I tell you means to me and where it fits into my overall perspective on schools and on life.