6 edition of Classroom interviews found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-150).
|Series||Teacher to teacher, Teacher to teacher series.|
|LC Classifications||LB1537 .R58 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||98010079|
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Great book. Written by a teacher at the Manhattan New School, shows that substantive classroom interviews and investigations can be done with first graders who are just learning how to write. I find many teacher books not written by classroom teachers to be technical, dry, or overly procedure-oriented/5.
The Teacher's Guide to Creative Classroom Management, K - 3 (Heinemann, ), The Research Workshop: Bringing the World into Your Classroom (Heinemann ), and Classroom Interviews: A World of Learning (Heinemann, ).Cited by: I start by asking the question, what are the questions you ask yourself before you decide to read a book.
Below, is a student generated question list created before the interviews began. Then I let the kids create a bank of questions for independent reading : Simone Larson. Video book trailers for the best children's books and Classroom interviews book, plus educational videos on reading, science, and seasonal topics teachers can use in the classroom.
This book is a fusion of middle schoolers notebooks drawings, secretly passed notes, internal dialogues, and one-on-one interviews with the documentary crew trying to capture the average middle schoolers and average days/5(13). THE CLASSROOM CORNER. This list is NOT exhaustive—our pages are full of short fiction, flash fiction, critical essays, interviews, book reviews and annotations, roundups of all things literary, and more.
This is a handy place to Classroom interviews book. We will continually update this list, so check back when making those syllabi, and for quick inspiration. A book talk is a short presentation about a book with the goal of convincing other people to read it.
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About This Book Teacher quality is the school-related factor that most affects student learning, so selecting the best candidate for open teaching positions has enormous implications. In Effective Teacher Interviews, Jennifer L. Hindman provides practical advice on how to conduct hiring interviews that reliably predict a teacher's success.
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Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs. Interviews. The reading experience often begins before you open a book, and doesn't end when you close the book. In our Interviews section, authors and illustrators of our award-winning fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books share their worlds with you.
A: Without an effective approach to classroom management, teachers may encounter an increase in problem behavior and a decrease in instructional time, which can lead to insufficient academic progress and social-emotional growth.
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Home › Classroom Resources › Lesson Plans. Lesson Plan Lights, Camera, Action: Interviewing a Book Character. the student answering the questions should act as if he or she is the actual character from the book and the host should act as if he or she is a real television show host.
Questions from the "audience" could be used as well. The best way to illustrate your classroom management style is to describe specific examples from your past experience.
Even if this interview is for your first teaching position, you probably have experience as a student teacher. Back up your examples by explaining how they are developmentally appropriate for the age group you will be teaching.
For year-old Liesel Meminger, books keep her going. Living with her foster parents, Hans and Rosa Hubermann, outside of Munich inLiesel sees the horrors of the Nazi regime firsthand. She steals books that the Nazis want to destroy.
Her foster father has taught her to read, and she shares the books with Max Vanderberg, a Jewish refugee the family is hiding in the. The book includes qualitative and quantitative research studies, empirical and case studies, statistical analyses, descriptive surveys, and interviews.
Part I flows seamlessly as the contributing authors discuss historical perspectives, student perspectives, budget planning, needs assessment, models of the flipped classroom, cross-country. ASCD Customer Service.
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A Guided Reading Pack aimed at Y6m readers in the form of an interview with the Maltese Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat, about the recent collapse of the Azure Window arch in Gozo. A map, yarn, and color copies of book covers come together to provide beautiful reading inspiration.
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