Classroom Instruction from A to Z: How to Promote Student Learning

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Eye On Education, 2007 - Education - 161 pages
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This book presents strategies you can integrate into everyday instruction in every subject area and across grade levels. It shows teachers how to motivate and engage students with instructional strategies that promote learning. There are 26 chapters in this book, one for each of the letter of the alphabet. The practical examples make it easy to implement these strategies.

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Contents

B Background Knowledge Is the Foundation
7
Choices Add Interest
13
More Than Numbers
19
High Expectations
25
F Focus on Your Purpose
31
H Help Me
42
J Just for Me
53
Adding Rigor to Your Classroom
60
P Perspective and Points of View
89
Q Questioning Strategies
95
R Reflection Adds Depth to Learning
103
S Show Them What You Are Thinking
109
Helping Students Take Responsibility
116
Victory with Vocabulary
126
W Working Together Makes a Difference
134
Y Yawn Reading Aloud Is Boring
146

Literacy for Everyone
67
Making It Real
73
O Options for Successful Homework
83
Z Zoom In and Zoom Out
154
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