Published January 2003
by Authorhouse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
out of 5 stars Classics in the Classroom Reviewed in the United States on April 2, As a classroom teacher of all levels (honors, gifted, and Advanced Placement Language and Literature courses during the past thirty three years, I feel this book was a Cited by: 5. Thompson writes: " Classics in the Classroom is an extended discussion of the value of classic literature at a time when school systems everywhere are deleting classics as politically incorrect. It is a defense of classics. No one ever learned to love to read books by reading anthologies; you learn to love books by reading books. Our second set of classic read-alongs includes the 5 kits shown, each with 4 copies of a paperback book, plus a read-along CD. Students just follow along as the CD reads the story. Each kit also available separately below. Classroom Classics are ET CASES’ compilation (compiled from various sources) of articles, books, movies, and historical musings of each of the subjects in management discipline. Highly recommended and widely used, these materials can enliven the case discussions and analyses in classrooms if the intended rigour is intently followed.
From pre-reading to during reading to post reading, this revitalizing book offers creative and inspiring activities to enhance students' relationship with the dusty contents of the literary canon. As each activity is designed for multiple intelligences, the multitude of student learning levels and abilities can be simultaneously by: 2. The hook: Sure, they may have seen the movie already, but even so, this seven-book series — which deftly combines the supernatural and reality — is a classic that has influenced children’s literature for a half century. The protagonists, children from the real world, are magically transported to Narnia, where under the wise guidance of the lion Aslan, they play essential roles in shaping. Teaching and learning resources for primary, KS3, GCSE. IGCSE and A level. Revision, practise and exam preparation for all levels. Including Letts revision and home learning, books for Scottish education from Leckie, and Keen Kite resources for primary schools. 8 Modern YA Novels to Pair With Classroom Classics 06/09/ pm ET Updated The school year is winding down, which means that teens (young people of any age, really) can finally give the classics a rest and dive instead into the young .
In Classics in the Classroom Carol Jago provides practical ideas for making these challenging texts come alive for contemporary students. Continuing in the tradition of her popular book With Rigor for All, Jago argues that all students, not just those enrolled in honors classes, deserve to read great literature. Classroom Books & Materials By aligning class materials to what students are reading, you can transform your classroom into a learning environment that meets curriculum standards. From classic literature to reference materials to book bundles and beyond, Follett has everything you need to equip your classroom for success. The book covers all the bases of Lightroom Classic (there is also an online version of Lightroom software, but this book covers only the computer-based version). The book takes you step by step through the menus. There are also downloadable online files for use with the practical exercises presented in the s: Classics In the Classroom has two parts. The first contains the author's approach to classic literature and how it should be taught. The second part contains a list of 1, titles for readers in kindergarten through graduate school.