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  • By Guest on July 29, 2012

    It was a great book for a class and a way to understand how different techniques work to get student involvement and get the students thinking.

  • By Anne on November 11, 2010

    This book is a collection of case studies in middle school and high school classes in all subjects. Each chapter includes experiences interviews in the teacher's own words, and artifacts from their classroom. The authors have also included critical consciousness tools for the reader and questions at the beginning and end of each chapter for the teacher to help get the most out of the book.The first 127 pages are divided into chapters of the case studies. The first chapter is an introduction on the purpose of the book and how to use it. The next 7 chapters are case studies in specific classrooms and subjects, including world history, integrated civics and English, biology, high school math, and English as a second language. The last 43 pages contains a collection of content literacy tools and strategies as discussed in the studies.Each case study starts with a background on the teacher, then a closer look at their classroom, instruction, and content, and finally a section on literacy and writing methods. These sections are all supplemented with pictures of the teachers, the classroom, and examples of student work.The strategies section in the back of the book contains more detailed instructions on the procedure of each strategy, instructional diagrams, and options for the teacher to implement depending on the students. The last twenty pages or so contain a list of national standards, additional resources, and an index.This book could be useful if you teach in one of these specific content areas, and are looking for a certain strategy or set of strategies to be used in the classroom, or if you want to see what literacy would look like in all different classrooms, but the book is less than 200 pages cover to cover. In my opinion, it's not worth spending $36 on, but it could be useful if you're able to check it out from the library.


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