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RIGHT TO LITERACY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
describes the importance of literacy skills for adolescents in secondary schools, discusses how literacy affects the other core content areas--math, science, social studies, and language arts--and offers advice and strategies for education professionals to encourage students to achieve higher levels of success.

includes bibliographical references (p. 187-192) and index.;the right to think: giving adolescents the skills to make sense of the world / baynard woods -- metacognition: how thinking about their thinking empowers students / jennifer swinehart -- not my enemy, but my friend: how literacy serves content-area goals / angela zehner -- access and power right now: from school to world / marjorie larner -- mathematics teaching for understanding: reasoning, reading, and formative assessment / paula miller and dagmar koesling -- the scientist in the classroom: the place of literacy within scientific i

nquiry / moker klaus-quinlan and jeff cazier -- argument and advocacy: rigorous talk about culturally relevant text in social studies / joanna leeds -- self-assessment of standardized test data: empowering students to plan and own their learning in language arts / lesli cochran -- engaging classroom communities: belonging, rigor, and support as three pillars of a thinking classroom / michelle morris jones -- thinking, not shuffling: expecting all students to use their minds well / wendy ward hoffer -- independence is the greatest gift i can give: using the gradual release of responsibility fra

mework / jennifer kirmes -- time to think: using the workshop structure so students think and teachers listen / samantha bennett.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
TEACHERS COLLEGE PRESS
Copyright
2009
Catalog ID
3160484
ISBN-10
0807749184
ISBN-13
9780807749180
Language
English
 




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