Literacy Projects for Student-Centered Classrooms: Tips and Lessons to Engage Students
Meets NCTE and IRA standards, offers guidelines for using the student-centered approach to literacy instruction, and presents four long-term research projects that encourage teamwork and creativity.
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The author here tries to center classroom projects in the larger responsibility to meet standards. Chapters on more theoretical concerns are followed by sample units of instruction that are described and contain various organizational helps. We wish that authors like this would really get a grasp of collaborative work with the teacher librarian. Instead, the entire load rests on the shoulders of the teacher with supplemental help from a library visit or two. We are still looking for that kind of idea from the general education presses. Will we ever live that long? Recommended if you really need more unit ideas.
Working Toward a StudentCentered Classroom
How to Create a Project
Standards SCANS and HighStakes Testing
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