"Bridging English is a comprehensive methods textbook featuring precise theory and accessible practice. Through its presentation of theory and practice, you will find this text favors active, student-centered, constructivist, and inquiry-based learning. Useful in a practical, day-to-day sense, the text will retain a prominent place on your bookshelf as a go-to reference when teaching English to your middle and secondary students."--BOOK JACKET.
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Centering on Language
The Study of Language
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African American Alice Walker American analysis approach ask students assessment assignment audience basic begin challenge chapter characters concrete context create creative drama critical culture curriculum dents develop discussion Doublespeak e. e. cummings effective Emily Dickinson encourage English classroom English teachers essay evaluation evaluation strategies example exercise experience explore feel fiction FIGURE film focus found poetry genre grading grammar Harrison Bergeron help students high school Hispanic ideas imagine important individual instruction interpretation interpretive community Invitation journal Karl Shapiro language learning linguistic listening literary literature lives meaning move Native Americans nonfiction novel oral piece play poem poetry present questions reader response readers reading reflect response rock music sense sentence stage strategies structure student writing suggest talk TEACHING ACTIVITY tion topic traditional understanding visual vocabulary whole class words