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by Christine Landaker,Janet Allen

Download Reading History: A Practical Guide to Improving Literacy eBook
ISBN:
0195165950
Author:
Christine Landaker,Janet Allen
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 27, 2005)
Pages:
176 pages
EPUB book:
1576 kb
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1636 kb
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1390 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Nationally known literacy advocate Janet Allen discusses strategies for teaching nonfiction reading using Joy Hakim's award winning A History of US series as the center of a blossoming campaign among educators to integrate literacy and history.

Nationally known literacy advocate Janet Allen discusses strategies for teaching nonfiction reading using Joy Hakim's award winning A History of US series as the center of a blossoming campaign among educators to integrate literacy and history. Classroom tested at a variety of grade levels, real student samples are interspersed throughout the book providing clearer understanding of the strategies in action.

Reading History is a great idea-Janet Allen's strategies have won her a very large audience. Christine Landaker has been teaching for the last ten years; her first nine were in urban and suburban schools in Orlando, Florida. I highly recommend this book. Dennis Denenberg, Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Millersville University. Her first love is history and the social studies, followed closely by her love of reading and English. She has seemlessly combined the two in her classroom. Christine is currently an 8th grade English teacher at Pierce Middle School in Milton, Massachusetts.

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A Practical Guide to Improving Literacy. Janet Allen with Christine Landaker. Having trouble interesting your students in history or the history textbook? Concerned about the ability of your students to actually read the textbook? Learn ways to tie reading strategies to the learning of history and sources that will help history come alive for your students. Having trouble interesting your students in history or the history textbook? Concerned about the ability of your students to actually read the textbook?

Janet Allen, Christine Landaker. Having trouble interesting your students in history or the history textbook? Concerned about the ability of your students to actually read the textbook? Learn ways to tie reading strategies to the learning of history, and discover sources that will help history come alive for your students.

Having trouble interesting your students in history or the history textbook? Concerned about the ability of your students to actually read the textbook? Learn ways to tie reading strategies to the learning of history, and discover sources that will help history come alive for your students.Nationally known literacy advocate Janet Allen discusses strategies for teaching nonfiction reading using Joy Hakim's award winning A History of US series as the center of a blossoming campaign among educators to integrate literacy and history. Classroom tested at a variety of grade levels, real student samples are interspersed throughout the book providing clearer understanding of the strategies in action.
  • anneli
Book was needed for graduate school. One of Resources for dissertation.
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purchased by teachers
  • Lonesome Orange Kid
The book was very informative. It also gave many practical tips on how to improve comprehension in social studies at the secondary level. Great read.