CUES: Choose, Use, Enjoy, Share : a Model for Educational Enrichment Through the School Library Media Center

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Libraries Unlimited, 1998 - Education - 209 pages
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Calling for structured interaction between students and books, Leonard specifies how teachers and media specialists can collaborate to create a library media-centered program that develops the talents of all K-6 students. The ultimate goal is to encourage reading and build reading, comprehension, questioning, and thinking skills. Models, groupings, strategies, and materials are suggested in a grade-appropriate scope and sequence. The latest theories about the process of education, thinking, multiple intelligences, how children learn (individually and cooperatively), as well as effective grouping and teaching strategies for differentiation are discussed. The book also has sample lessons and scenarios drawn from the author's experience. Grades K-6.

 

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Contents

Parnassusinthe School
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REFERENCES
3
The Shaping of Curriculum
5
WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE?
7
THEORIES AND PROPONENTS
8
Differentiating by Curriculum and Instruction
9
Knowledge As Design
10
The Subject of Thinking
11
Primates for Primaries
95
REFERENCES
96
Information? Please But Help Wanted
101
SCOPE AND SEQUENCE FOR FINDING OUT
104
WHATS THE POINT?
106
What Can You Do
107
Upper Starts
108
Erics TShirt
109

Differentiating by Grouping
12
The Revolving Door
13
The Art of Questioning
14
Styles and Tricks of Teaching About Thinking
15
One Size Fits All
18
BIBLIOGRAPHY
19
CUES A Model for a Library Media Centered Curriculum with Books
21
Library Media ProgramsOfficially
23
The Library Media Center Habit
24
THE CUES INTERACTION
25
LITERATURE IS CURRICULUM
27
Literature As Textbook Instruction
28
Literature Skills
29
Location and Arrangements
30
REFERENCES
32
Portraits and Landscapes for Learning
33
LANDSCAPE FOR LEARNING
34
Books About Books for Bibliophiles
35
Megaskills
36
Who Should Teach the Gifted?
37
PORTRAITS OF LEARNERS
39
Quiz Kids
41
REFERENCES
42
BIBLIOGRAPHY
43
Grouping a Set Setting a Group
45
The CPRG a FiveYear Case Study
46
Research Assistants
49
Danny Finds Out
51
Topical Units
52
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SETTING A GROUP
53
Bibliotherapy and Training
54
Affecting a Group a Progression
55
Establishing a Sensitivity to Feelings
57
Toward Global Understanding
59
SPEAKING AND GROUP
60
HUMAN RELATIONS RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
62
BIBLIOGRAPHY
63
Language Arts Unlimited
65
WORDSMITHING
66
Fooling Around with Words
67
Semantic Strategies
68
The Structure of Language
69
Groanless Grammar
70
The Origins of Languageq
71
Painting Pictures with Words
73
From WP
74
From WW
75
Recesstory
76
Storythinking
77
Silent Languages and Hidden Languages
78
Writers Workshops
79
BIBLIOGRAPHY
80
For Young Readers
81
Easy Does It
85
THE EASY COLLECTION
86
Authors
87
Easy Exposition
91
Series
93
And the ABCs with a Possible D
111
ORGANIZING THE SEARCHER
112
Topicana
113
970 Is a History of US
114
Countries and Culturgrams
115
REFERENCES
117
Curious? Read
121
REFERENCES REQUIRED
122
Encyclopedias
123
Almanacs
125
Special Reference Books
126
SERIES BOOKS
127
MISCELLANY MATTERS
128
TO BEE OR NOT TO BEE
129
STEPPINGSTONES
130
Bibliographic Byplay
131
Lists of Books and Books of Lists
132
Periodicals and Potpourris
133
Questions and Quotations
134
Serendipity Searches and Stone Soup
135
Wonderful Sevens of the World
136
REFERENCES
137
Roots and Wings
141
CULTURAL LITERACY REDUX MULTICULTURAL LITERACY
142
As Transition Curriculum
144
CULTURAL LITERACY LITERARY CAPERS
146
Media Uses of Classics
147
WHYS OF THE STORYWRITERS
149
ISSUES ISSUES ISSUES
150
LITERARY SHARINGS
152
Penny Theatres Collages and PopUps
155
Curating an Exhibit
156
THE ARTS SING MANY LANGUAGES
158
REFERENCES
161
BIBLIOGRAPHY
162
Some Roads to Wham
165
Journals and Journeys
166
Immigrants All
168
Bards Pilgrims and Troubadours
170
Arks Towers Castles and Walls
171
EPICS EPOCHS AND ERAS
172
Sweep Across History
173
EXAMINED LIVES
174
Autobiography
175
Collective Biography
177
Side Trips
178
MAMMOTHS MUSEUMS AND RENAISSANCE MEN
180
BIBLIOGRAPHY
186
Mindsets to Mindstorms Through Mindscapes
193
EDUCATIONAL TRENDS
194
Paradigms and Protocols
196
Pendulums
197
Youth in Action
198
Bridging the Centuries
199
REFERENCES
202
Index
203
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