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Spearpoint; Teacher in America book. Its author, Sylvia Ashton-Warner, who lived in New Zealand and spent many years teaching Maori children, found that Maoris taught according to British methods were not learning to read. They were passionate, moody children, bred in an ancient legend-haunted tradition; how could she build them a bridge to European TEACHER was first published in 1963 to excited acclaim.
Spearpoint; teacher in America. by. Ashton-Warner, Sylvia.
Sylvia Constance Ashton-Warner MBE (17 December 1908 – 28 April 1984) was a New Zealand writer, poet and educator. Ashton-Warner was born on 17 December 1908, in Stratford, New Zealand. She spent many years teaching Māori children, using stimulating and often pioneering techniques which she wrote about in her 1963 treatise Teacher and in the various volumes of her autobiography.
Speak English, we’re in America. Give me your phone, the teacher, who has not been named in press reports, is heard saying in the clip
Speak English, we’re in America. Give me your phone, the teacher, who has not been named in press reports, is heard saying in the clip. The student featured in the video, 11th grader Carlos Cobian, told a local news outlet that he entered the classroom watching a soccer match on his cellphone, noting that other students were also on their mobile devices at the time.
Writer and educator, Sylvia Ashton-Warner was born in Stratford, New Zealand . Ashton-Warner also taught at an experimental school in the United States and detailed her experiences in Spearpoint: Teacher in America.
Writer and educator, Sylvia Ashton-Warner was born in Stratford, New Zealand, on December 17, 1908. As a teacher of Maori children, she pioneered a pedagogy geared to their culture and interests. The methods were outlined in her autobiography, Teacher (1963). Her novels including Spinster, Incense to Idols, and Bell Call often feature strong women. Ashton-Warner died in 1984. Библиографические данные.
One of my favourite books. Helps that I started school in New Zealand, and that my first teacher was Maori. "What's the time, Mr. Taniwha?") See All.
Spearpoint: Teacher in America (1972) recounted her experiences teaching in an experimental school . Ashton-Warner's novels were written in an exotic, rather florid style and for the most part concern strong, passionate women.
Spearpoint: Teacher in America (1972) recounted her experiences teaching in an experimental school in the United States. They include Spinster (1958), Incense to Idols (1960), Bell Call (1964), Greenstone (1967), and Three (1970). See study by L. Hood (1989).
Author: Ashton-Warner, Sylvia, 1908-; Format: Book; 223 p. ; 23 c.
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