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Improving Writing: Resources, Strategies, and Assessments, by well-known and trusted authors Susan Davis Lenski and Jerry L. Johns, provides teachers with all the background they need to help students improve their writing skills.
A variety of strategies, assessment ideas, and resources will meet diverse student needs. A quick reference guide helps educators choose a goal and identify possible strategies to teach. Each goal gives background information, multiple instructional strategies and resources.
Reading Strategies for Spanish Speakers by Susan Davis Lenski and Fabiola Ehlers-Zavala, provides strategies for classroom teachers, bilingual teachers, and paraprofessionals who have Spanish-speaking students to teach reading strategies in both English and Spanish. This book was developed on the premise that children need to internalize reading strategies to become self-regulated readers. It presents 25 highly usable reading strategies with examples in both languages.
Author(s): Wisconsin Fast Plants Program
is an "idea book," full of ways you can use recyclable containers to
learn about science and the environment. The projects in this book promote
science as a tool everyone can use to explore the world. These explorations can
be integrated with history, art, music and other creative endeavors. For more
information go to www.bottlebiology.org.
Author(s): C Randall Powell
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Career Planning Strategies is designed to be used by anyone looking to enter into a new career or job field. This text will help students discover career happiness and job satisfaction. The approach of this text goes beyond the one-shot job hunt. It shows students how to be continuously in charge of their career.
Author(s): Barbara Heuberger
Cultural Diversity is written to assist students in developing skills in diversity and multiculturalism that can be applied to many contexts. This text was selected to emphasize mastering developmental framework for becoming aware of, understanding, and applying diversity-related concepts to a wide variety of situations.
Author(s): Karl E Rohnke
The material in Funn `n Games represents a compilation and embellishment of notes that Karl has collected over the years about games, initiative problems, trust activities, and adventure stunts that he creates, collects, finds, shares, tweaks, and occasionally purloins. The goal has always been to seek curricular adventure where function is an extension of fun.