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Author(s): Michael W. Schwartz
Whether we are aware of it or not, every utterance we produce is an expression of who we are as individuals and what we believe.
When we begin the process of learning an additional language, we are not only learning a new linguistic code (basic vocabulary and structures) that allow us to ask for directions, to shop for clothes, or to interact with a teacher, we are having to relearn how to be.
Author(s): Diane Bosco, Janice L Buchner
Reading to Learn: Developing College Content Literacy addresses the need for college students to learn as they read a variety of text materials. It provides explicit instruction in reading strategies, a broader knowledge base and critical reading skills. This text places concise reading instruction within the context of specific disciplines. It gives students the opportunity to develop and enhance their knowledge base through discussion and application of reading strategies that can be applied to any content area.
Author(s): Barry Kanpol
Foundations of Culture Wars in Education opens up dialogue and
debates over crucial political concerns. It touches on vital educational issues
including race, class, gender, philosophical, historical, multicultural and