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Pump It Up : Literacy Activities for the Classroom / edited by Kilgour Dowdy Joanne, gao yang

データ種別 電子ブック
1st ed. 2016.
出版者 (Rotterdam : SensePublishers : Imprint: SensePublishers)
出版年 2016
大きさ XII, 164 p : online resource
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一般注記 Introduction -- Section I: Exploring the Scientific World (Science).-Promoting Creativity through Writing in Science -- Creating Characters through the Use of Vocabulary Words -- Key Steps to a Scientific Method: An Exploration through Drama -- Section II: Becoming an Artist (Arts) -- Analyze This! -- We Wear the Mask -- Finding Your Poem: Found Poetry as a Way of Engaging Literature -- Media Activism in Secondary Classrooms through Art and Drama -- Section III: Appreciating the Beauty of Languages (Literacy/Language Arts) -- Using Word Association to Uncover Hidden Beliefs -- Using Photographs to Inspire Voice -- Poetry in the Art Room: Creating Blackout Poems Using Preexisting Text -- Speech Video Lesson -- Maga(Zine) Moguls: Students as Engaged, Motivated Readers and Writers -- Section IV: Embodying Social Justice (Social Studies/Politics/History) -- Drawing in a Community College Classroom? Using Picture Books and Sketch-to-Stretch with Adult Learners -- What Does It Feel Like to Be Excluded? -- “Were You Afraid of the Bomb?” Constructing Family Narratives of Lived Cold War Experiences -- “I” Witness News: Using the Intergroup Contact Theory to Create Counter-Stereotypes -- Section V: Developing a Healthy Mind and Body (Health/Physical Education) -- Including Language Awareness Activities in Physical Education -- Exploring Social Identities and Social Inequalities in Physical Education -- Section VI: Playing with Numbers (Mathematics) -- Writing to Learn Mathematics through Formulating Problems -- Going beyond Numbers to Complicate the Given Information: Elementary Children’s Mathematical Writing -- How Will Electronic Journaling Influence Children’s Mathematical Reasoning and Communication? -- Section VII: Teaching in a Multicultural World (ESL/EFL/ELL) -- A Game of Copy Change: Using Reading Logs to Develop Students’ Reading and Writing Skills -- Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and Cultural Scaffolding in Literacy Education: The Ethnobiography.-This Is Me: Using “I” Statements and Narrative Writing to Introduce Students to Each Other; A Picture Is Worth a Million Words: A 21st Century Learning Experience -- Using ESL Fiction Texts to Increase Motivation and Comprehension -- Children’s Books + Extensive Reading = Improved Reading Skills and Enjoyment for Reading and Writing -- About the Contributors
The book contributes to improving teaching and learning in a few ways: first, it provides in-service teachers with step-by-step, ready-to-use strategies that facilitate their students’ comprehension and use of content area reading material; second, it aims to help pre-service teachers learn to implement hands-on lessons for their content area; third, apart from strategies offered to the content area teachers in the mainstream, the book also provides teachers of English language learners with strategies that address the literacy needs of their diverse students. “The authors in this collection offer teachers ways to deepen students’ reading and writing engagement within particular content areas. These thoughtful lessons are ready to be implemented immediately in the classroom.” – Denise N. Morgan, Ph.D., Kent State University “This book was created for teachers by teachers. It is filled with creative and engaging strategies, each having a step-by-step guide for implementation to promote student learning. Many of the strategies designed for specific content instruction can be modified for use across the curriculum. It is a refreshing compilation of instructional approaches and a valuable resource for both novice and veteran teachers.” – Maria G. Dove, Ed.D., Molloy College “The book is not only a useful teaching manual for teachers in the USA, but also a helpful instructional guide for teachers from other cultures. Particularly for the last section on ESL/EFL learners, it provides teachers in the field with inspirational activities.” – Haihua Wang, Ph.D., Dalian Maritime University
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-612-5
著者標目 Joanne, Kilgour Dowdy editor
yang, gao editor
SpringerLink (Online service)
件 名 LCSH:Education
FREE:Education, general
分 類 LCC:L1-991
DC23:370
書誌ID 8000279359
ISBN 9789463006125

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