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A Class Of Their Own

Author : Dennie Briggs
ISBN : 0897895630
Genre : Education
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An advocate for peer teaching outlines how children become direct teachers of other children, citing examples of the benefits of peer teaching for both tutor and tutored.
Category: Education

A Class Of Their Own

Author : Adam Fairclough
ISBN : 0674023072
Genre : Education
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In this major undertaking, civil rights historian Adam Fairclough chronicles the odyssey of black teachers in the South from emancipation in 1865 to integration one hundred years later. A Class of Their Own is indispensable for understanding how blacks and whites interacted after the abolition of slavery, and how black communities coped with the challenges of freedom and oppression.
Category: Education

Literacy With An Attitude Second Edition

Author : Patrick J. Finn
ISBN : 9781438428048
Genre : Education
File Size : 40.89 MB
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A comprehensive update of the classic study that delivers both a passionate plea and strategies for teachers, parents, and community organizers to give working-class children the same type of empowering education and powerful literacy skills that the children of upper- and middle-class people receive.
Category: Education

Preparing For Teaching

Author : Robert J. Carbines
ISBN : 0333501314
Genre : Education
File Size : 28.64 MB
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Aimed at teachers in training and in the early stages of practice. It covers points such as how to apply for a teaching job, accountability, dealing with parents, and designing a classroom. It also contains information for the casual teacher and for those teaching children with special needs. Although written for Australian teachers, it contains valuable information for teachers anywhere.
Category: Education

Talk Box

Author : Lyn Dawes
ISBN : 9781136607097
Genre : Education
File Size : 88.90 MB
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This practical book is based on the influential Thinking Together approach - a special method for developing speaking, listening and thinking skills. It is based on classroom research carried out in schools by the Open University, which has now been integrated into the National Primary Strategy. Included are twelve lesson plans for whole class and small group work. These have been built around specific learning objectives for speaking and listening, with activities related to literacy, numeracy, science and citizenship. At the heart of the lesson plans is the ‘talk box’ - a collection of interesting objects which provide a focus for class discussion. The 'talk box' helps children learn to share information, articulate ideas, reason and solve problems together. In this way, teachers can promote the development of children's language and thinking skills throughout the whole of the Key Stage 1 curriculum.
Category: Education

Teaching Drama To Young Children

Author : Mem Fox
ISBN : UOM:49015000297276
Genre : Drama
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Most teachers are well aware that they ought to incorporate all four elements of language in their curricula: reading, writing, speaking, and listening. But it is reading and writing that they concentrate on. Listening and speaking are more difficult to structure. Drama can provide the perfect opportunity for students to practice listening and speaking in a context that is real for them.
Category: Drama

Improving Children S Learning

Author : Joan Dean
ISBN : 9781134702138
Genre : Education
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How can teachers improve what they do in the primary classroom? Which teaching methods will help you and your pupils to perform effectively? These are the questions that every teacher will be asking him or herself in today's climate of targets and tables. Much research over recent years has focused on the role of the teacher and how effective classroom practice is achieved. The book discusses many areas of topical importance including: teaching methods motivating learners and matching work to children how to structure children's learning classroom control and organisation teaching literacy teaching children with special education needs working with parents. It also looks at the increasing role of the teacher as a researcher and how colloborative practices are providing a way for teaches to appraise both their own progress and that of their colleagues. This book should be of particular interest to the classroom teacher who is looking for ways to develop his or her teaching but has limited time to explore the research. It sets out to translate the findings of research into practical terms which teachers can easily use.
Category: Education


Author : Jodi Hoch
ISBN : 0781440823
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Faith-building activities for toddlers and twos. Includes reproducibles for creating Bible story books children can safely handle and take-home papers to help parents understand their developing children.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Class Full Of Children

Author : Xenia A. Demes-Zevounou
ISBN : 9781622876938
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Classroom fun! Children have their own adventures in Mrs. Teacher’s classroom. This book is a nice, funny, and creative book for children. It's short, sweet, and to the point. The perfect type of book to read to your child when you're trying to teach them that reading can beneficial, in a variety of ways. Keywords: Funny, Colorful, Rhyme, Short, Cute, Diverse, Age 4-7, School, Classroom, Mischief
Category: Juvenile Fiction