Join the Twins on their first Magical Adventure to a land of Friendly Witches and Giant Spiders.A wonderful adventure that children from ages 7 to 10 years will enjoy.
Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire are intelligent children. They are charming, and resourceful, and have pleasant facial features. Unfortunately, they are exceptionally unlucky.
In the early 1930's, rural schools spotted the landscape of Alberta, Canada. Serving children from grades one through nine, these one-roomed country schools traditionally had teachers who had themselves attended a one-roomed school, and were familiar with the one-classroom environment. However in the mid 1930's, city-schooled teachers, who were unfamiliar with the one-classroom environment, began to teach in these rural schools. Frances A. Clark, born in 1920, was one such teacher, and her collection of stories will delight and amuse you. A peek into the past, Frances provides us with a charming yet informative and detailed account of what life and education were like during the time she taught at these schools, from 1939-1945. A invaluable and exceptional resource.
This chapbook is the first collection of poetry from the amazing mind of Ben Arzate.
This accessible how to text is about classroom interaction - how to study it and how to use that knowledge to improve teaching and learning. Actually showing what critical, constructionist, sociocultural perspectives on teaching, learning, and schooling are and what they can do, it makes discourse analysis understandable and useful to teachers and other nonlinguists.
Using Discourse Analysis to Improve Classroom Interaction:
Proceeding from simple illustrations to more complex layering of analytical concepts, short segments of talk, transcribed to highlight important points, are used to explain and illustrate the concepts. By the time readers get to the complicated issues addressed in this text they are ready to deal with some of teaching's toughest challenges and have the tools to build positive relationships among their students so that all can participate equally in the classroom.
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