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Roderick, Judith A.: Connie the Caterpillar
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Erscheinungsdatum: 20.07.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Connie the Caterpillar, Titelzusatz: Connie Teaches Others a Lesson of True Beauty, Autor: Roderick, Judith A., Verlag: AuthorHouse, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: JUVENILE FICTION // General, Rubrik: Kinder- und Jugendbücher, Seiten: 20, Informationen: Booklet, Gewicht: 82 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Judith and the Holy Fern , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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A servant to men for all her life, Mary Mackenzie is brought to Rome by her latest employer, the elderly Mr Carstairs. In the Babington Tea Rooms, she's introduced to the history of a painting that gives her pause for thought. Judith and Holofernes - The Holy Ferns, as Mary hears them - the story of one woman's battle against a tyrannical man. Is there a lesson there that the weak and submissive Mary can learn? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Saul Reichlin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/001368/bk_howe_001368_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Academic Vocabulary in Middle and High School
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'The definitive primer on how to teach academic vocabulary. Drawing on the latest and best research, the book delves into the subtleties of language without leaving the reader behind. The authors offer numerous lesson plans, strategies, and classroom vignettes that ground their work in the daily teaching and learning of the classroom. Invaluable for teachers and preservice teachers in every content area, the book unlocks the secrets behind successful vocabulary instruction. This book could be the centerpiece of a professional development program on vocabulary development at a middle or high school. It would be a wonderful text in a college teacher preparation course on content-area reading.'--Timothy Dohrer, PhD, Director, Master of Science in Education Program, Northwestern University 'Trusted voices in adolescent literacy provide teachers and school literacy leaders with a much-needed guide. The authors weave current knowledge about vocabulary development into their consideration of how teachers can meet the rigorous vocabulary expectations of the Common Core standards. Especially welcome are chapters that infuse vocabulary practices and strategies into specific disciplines: social studies, math and science, and English language arts instruction. The wealth of online resources highlighted by the authors is extremely useful.'--Doug Buehl, MS, author of Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines 'Understanding and using academic vocabulary is the most essential component in mastering disciplinary knowledge. This book addresses such practical issues as how to select words for instruction, how to help students acquire word-learning strategies, the elements of a successful vocabulary program, and what strategies work for different content areas. Middle and high school teachers will find essential guidance for helping students become more proficient in learning academic language. This would be an excellent 'book study' for teachers and administrators, and a terrific text for undergraduate teacher education courses. I am delighted to see a book on this important topic.'--Judith L. Irvin, PhD, Executive Director, National Literacy Project; Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (Emerita), Florida State University 'This important work focuses on the essential role of words as tools that help students gain access to content and concepts in the classroom. The book not only explores instructional approaches that support older students vocabulary development, but also addresses the various ways that words are used across disciplines. A 'must read' for preservice teachers, those already in the classroom, and instructional leaders.'--Evelyn Ford-Connors, EdD, Associate Director, Donald D. Durrell Reading and Writing Clinic, Boston University School of Education

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Socratic Seminars in High School: Texts and Fil...
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Teach students how to engage in thoughtful discussions about a text. Socratic seminars are highly effective at helping students read closely and think critically about what they’ve read. They also teach students how to participate in authentic discussions. This practical book from bestselling authors Victor and Marc Moeller is your go-to guide for getting started! It will help teachers who are new at Socratic seminars and provide fresh ideas to teachers who are experienced with the format. Part I provides guidelines on how to prepare students for discussion and how to form good discussion questions. Part II includes ready-to-use lesson plans organized by compelling themes to engage students. The lesson plans include unabridged literary and nonfiction reading selections from classic and contemporary authors, as well as suggested film pairings. Authors featured in this book include... C. S. Lewis William Faulkner Abraham Lincoln Mike Royko Isaac Asimov Aldous Huxley Andrew Postman John Updike Gina Berriault Gene Siskel Judith Guest President Obama Anton Chekhov Robert Frost John Cheever And more!

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Socratic Seminars in High School
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Teach students how to engage in thoughtful discussions about a text. Socratic seminars are highly effective at helping students read closely and think critically about what they've read. They also teach students how to participate in authentic discussions. This practical book from bestselling authors Victor and Marc Moeller is your go-to guide for getting started! It will help teachers who are new at Socratic seminars and provide fresh ideas to teachers who are experienced with the format. Part I provides guidelines on how to prepare students for discussion and how to form good discussion questions. Part II includes ready-to-use lesson plans organized by compelling themes to engage students. The lesson plans include unabridged literary and nonfiction reading selections from classic and contemporary authors, as well as suggested film pairings. Authors featured in this book include...C. S. Lewis William Faulkner Abraham Lincoln Mike Royko Isaac Asimov Aldous Huxley Andrew Postman John Updike Gina Berriault Gene Siskel Judith Guest President Obama Anton Chekhov Robert Frost John Cheever And more!

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Domesticity in Colonial India
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Domesticity in Colonial India offers a trenchant analysis of the impact of imperialism on the personal, familial, and daily structures of colonized people's lives. Exploring the 'intimacies of empire,' Judith E. Walsh traces changing Indian gender relations and the social reconstructions of the late nineteenth century. She sets both in the global context of a transnationally defined discourse on domesticity and in the Indian context of changing family relations and redefinitions of daily and domestic life. By the 1880s, Hindu domestic life and its most intimate relationships had become contested ground. For urban, middle-class Indians, the Hindu woman was at the center of a debate over colonial modernity and traditional home and family life. This book sets this debate within the context of a nineteenth-century world where bourgeois, European ideas on the home had become part of a transnational, hegemonic domestic discourse, a 'global domesticity.' But Walsh's interest is more in hybridity than hegemony as she explores what women themselves learned when men sought to teach them through the Indian advice literature of the time. As a younger generation of Indian nationalists and reformers attempted to undercut the authority of family elders and create a 'new patriarchy' of more nuclear and exclusive relations with their wives, elderly women in extended Hindu families learned that their authority in family life (however contingent) was coming to an end. But young women learned a different lesson. The author draws on an important advice manual by a woman poet from Bengal and women's life stories from other regions of India to show us how young women used competing patriarchies to launch their own explorations of agency and self-identity. The practices of family, home, and daily life that resulted would define the Hindu woman of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and the domestic worlds in which she was embedded. The accompanying Rowman & Littlefield includes a full array of the authorOs translations of never-before-studied Bengali-language domestic manuals.

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Socratic Seminars in High School
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Teach students how to engage in thoughtful discussions about a text. Socratic seminars are highly effective at helping students read closely and think critically about what they've read. They also teach students how to participate in authentic discussions. This practical book from bestselling authors Victor and Marc Moeller is your go-to guide for getting started! It will help teachers who are new at Socratic seminars and provide fresh ideas to teachers who are experienced with the format. Part I provides guidelines on how to prepare students for discussion and how to form good discussion questions. Part II includes ready-to-use lesson plans organized by compelling themes to engage students. The lesson plans include unabridged literary and nonfiction reading selections from classic and contemporary authors, as well as suggested film pairings. Authors featured in this book include... C. S. Lewis William Faulkner Abraham Lincoln Mike Royko Isaac Asimov Aldous Huxley Andrew Postman John Updike Gina Berriault Gene Siskel Judith Guest President Obama Anton Chekhov Robert Frost John Cheever And more!

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Socratic Seminars in High School
35,90 CHF *
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Teach students how to engage in thoughtful discussions about a text. Socratic seminars are highly effective at helping students read closely and think critically about what they've read. They also teach students how to participate in authentic discussions. This practical book from bestselling authors Victor and Marc Moeller is your go-to guide for getting started! It will help teachers who are new at Socratic seminars and provide fresh ideas to teachers who are experienced with the format. Part I provides guidelines on how to prepare students for discussion and how to form good discussion questions. Part II includes ready-to-use lesson plans organized by compelling themes to engage students. The lesson plans include unabridged literary and nonfiction reading selections from classic and contemporary authors, as well as suggested film pairings.Authors featured in this book include...C. S. LewisWilliam FaulknerAbraham Lincoln Mike RoykoIsaac AsimovAldous Huxley Andrew Postman John Updike Gina BerriaultGene Siskel Judith Guest President ObamaAnton Chekhov Robert FrostJohn CheeverAnd more!

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Do You Remember Me?
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In her award-winning Harmful to Minors, Judith Levine radically disturbed our fixed ideas about childhood. Now, the poignantly personal Do You Remember Me? tackles the other end of life. The book is both the memoir of a daughter coming to terms with a difficult father who is sinking into dementia and an insightful exploration of the ways we think about disability, aging, and the self as it resides in the body and the world. In prose that is unsentimental yet moving, serious yet darkly funny, complex in emotion and ideas yet spare in diction, Levine reassembles her father's personal and professional history even as he is losing track of it. She unpeels the layers of his complicated personality and uncovers information that surprises even her mother, to whom her father has been married for more than sixty years. As her father deteriorates, the family consensus about who he was and is and how best to care for him constantly threatens to collapse. Levine recounts the painful discussions, mad outbursts, and gingerly negotiations, and dissects the shifting alliances among family, friends, and a changing guard of hired caretakers. Spending more and more time with her father, she confronts a relationship that has long felt bereft of love. By caring for his needs, she learns to care about and, slowly, to love him. While Levine chronicles these developments, she looks outside her family for the sources of their perceptions and expectations, deftly weaving politics, science, history, and philosophy into their personal story. A memoir opens up to become a critique of our culture's attitudes toward the old and demented. A claustrophobic account of Alzheimer's is transformed into a complex lesson about love, duty, and community. What creates a self and keeps it whole? Levine insists that only the collaboration of others can safeguard her father's self against the riddling of his brain. Embracing interdependence and vulnerability, not autonomy and productivity, as the seminal elements of our humanity, Levine challenges herself and her readers to find new meaning, even hope, in one man's mortality and our own.

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