Author: Lola M. Schaefer
Publisher: Heinemann-Raintree Library
ISBN: 9781403450494
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Squirrels. A brief introduction to squirrels, including what they look like, where they live, what they eat, and something interesting about them.

Making Facts Matter

Author: Margaret Mallett
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446231760
Size: 28.57 MB
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Making Facts Matter. There is little doubt that this is a book to which I shall return many times. It genuinely does enrich its readers' understanding' -"Times Educational Supplement " 'Warmly recommended for teachers and essential for the primary school library or staffroom' - "School Librarian "'This is an illuminated and wise book, providing a convincing picture of the nature of primary school children and their work' - "International Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship " This book provides a sound theoretical base, as well as practical examples, on the use and enjoyment of non-fiction books in the classroom. Drawing on research studies from psychology and linguistics, the author brings together what is known about how children learn to read. She relates this specifically to how young readers become able to meet the demands of different kinds of non-fiction texts. She then shows how teachers can support children in becoming readers of non-fiction.

The Sad Squirrel

Author: Jenna Laffin
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1632905507
Size: 60.24 MB
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The Sad Squirrel. Squirrel is sad that summer in ending and all the flowers are going away. But with Crow's help, he learns to enjoy the changing seasons and to understand his feelings of sadness. Learn about emotions as you read and sing-along. This hardcover book comes with CD and online music access.

Squirrel Inc

Author: Stephen Denning
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0787975397
Size: 71.47 MB
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Squirrel Inc . Take a satirical scamper through organizational life in the midst of changing times, brought to you by master storyteller and former World Bank executive Steve Denning. With wisdom and a healthy dose of wit, Denning introduces a cast of furry characters who together learn the fine art of change through storytelling in their quest to overcome obstacles, generate enthusiasm and teamwork, share knowledge, and ultimately lead their company into a new era of success and significance. Through the stories of Squirrel Inc., readers will learn that the ability to tell the right story at the right time can determine the outcome of any major change effort. In each chapter Denning's squirrels learn to use storytelling to address leadership challenges: How to bring about change How to communicate who you are How to transmit values How to foster collaboration How to stop rumors How to share knowledge How to lead your organization into the future

Using Story To Enrich Learning And Teaching

Author: Jennifer A. Moon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136943226
Size: 75.73 MB
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Using Story To Enrich Learning And Teaching. Story is everywhere in human lives and cultures and it features strongly in the processes of teaching and learning. Story can be called narrative, case study, critical incident, life history, anecdote, scenario, illustration or example, creative writing, storytelling; it is a unit of communication, it is in the products of the media industries, in therapy and in our daily acts of reflecting. Stories are 'told' in many ways - they are spoken, written, filmed, mimed or acted, presented as cartoons and in new media formats and through all these, they are associated with both teaching and learning processes but in different ways and at different levels. As a result of growing interest and simultaneous confusion about story, it is timely to untangle the various meanings of story so that we can draw out and extend its value and use. Using Story aims to clarify what we mean by story, to seek out where story occurs in education and life and to explore the processes by which we learn from story. In this way the book intends to ‘bring story into the open’ and improve its use. Building on her wealth of experience in the field, Jenny Moon explores the theory of story and demonstrates both its current uses and new ways in which to enrich and enliven teaching, learning and research processes. Ideal for anyone involved in education, personal or professional development or with a more general interest in story, the book begins by considering the range of what is meant by story, and then considers the theory behind the meanings. In the large final part of the book, Jenny provides a rich patchwork of different uses of story in education that cut across forms of story, story activities, disciplines and applications all of which will aid the use of story.

What Can Dig

Author: Patricia Whitehouse
Publisher: Heinemann Read & Learn
ISBN: 9781403443762
Size: 66.67 MB
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What Can Dig . From flying squirrels to jumping grasshoppers, this series features animals in action. Readers will meet each animal, learn the dynamics behind its action, and find out how and if machines and people can perform the same action.

Elementary Literacy Lessons

Author: Janet C. Richards
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113649975X
Size: 72.68 MB
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Elementary Literacy Lessons. Innovative and practical, this text helps prepare teachers to support the literacy learning needs of all children in grades K-6, including academically, linguistically, and culturally diverse students. It features original teaching cases written by preservice teachers enrolled in field-based reading/language arts methods courses, accompanied by commentaries written by experienced teacher educators and skilled classroom teachers. High-interest content and a reader-friendly format encourage critical and reflective thinking about topics important to effective literacy instruction. By promoting reflection about case issues, the text helps prepare future teachers to respond to teaching narratives presented on the practical applications section of the PRAXIS II, an examination required in most states for teacher licensure. The authentic cases candidly and poignantly describe preservice teachers' plans, problems, hopes, disappointments, dilemmas, and reflective thinking as they address the multilayered complexities and ambiguities associated with learning to teach reading and language arts in elementary classrooms. These teaching stories reveal glimpses of literacy instruction and allow us to enter real classrooms and experience the wide varieties of situations that reading/language arts teachers encounter daily. Although the cases are grouped according to specific dimensions of literacy theory and pedagogy, just as in real classrooms, other issues are woven through each case as well. The commentaries provide scholarly, and sometimes contrasting, perspectives and approaches through which readers might consider the issues presented in the cases. The commentaries represent only particular perspectives, but readers are encouraged to explore and consider as many perspectives and issues as possible regarding each case. Each chapter includes helpfulpedagogical features: * New or critical concepts and terms listed at the beginning of each chapter alert readers to what might be unfamiliar vocabulary. * Applications and Reflections pages help readers take an active part in analyzing, documenting, and talking about the particular issues portrayed in the case narratives. Using the questions on these pages, the cases and accompanying commentaries can be read and discussed as a whole class activity, in small collaborative groups, or by individuals. The questions can also be used by readers to guide their own case writing initiatives. * Margin References direct readers to correlated readings for the strategies and parallel concepts mentioned in the cases and commentaries. Suggested readings can be discussed within the format of literacy study groups. * Annotated Bibliographies at the end of each chapter help readers construct more in-depth knowledge for the instructional strategies and activities discussed in the teaching cases. The cases, commentaries, and pedagogical features in this distinctive text provide rich opportunities for readers to discover what they need to know and how they need to think in order to teach reading and language arts effectively and successfully.

The Strategic Use Of Stories In Organizational Communication And Learning

Author: Terrence L. Gargiulo
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131745443X
Size: 68.81 MB
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The Strategic Use Of Stories In Organizational Communication And Learning. Designed for students and practitioners in the fields of organizational behavior and human resource training and development, this groundbreaking book presents a cutting edge approach to improving organizational communication. Drawing on his extensive experience as an organizational development consultant and group process facilitator, Terrence Gargiulo shows how the use of storytelling is the key to effective communication and learning.

Take 5 For Language Arts Grades K 2

Author: Kaye Hagler
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1496608089
Size: 57.51 MB
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Take 5 For Language Arts Grades K 2. "This resource will help you introduce students to the writing process through daily mini-lessons. Writing prompts support writing and drawing exercises in engaging ways that relate to content and are within the framework of the Common Core State Standards"--